The department says it wants to start a community discussion about use-of-force tactics and what is appropriate under CMPD policies.
CMPD holds use-of-force demonstration after recent criticisms
With an eye on growth, Gantt Center announces $10 million endowment campaign
The campaign started quietly about a year ago and has gotten more than $6 million in pledges, payable over multiple years.
The 411 on Breakin’ Convention, this weekend in Charlotte
This celebration of hip-hop culture features dancers from around the globe performing at Knight Theatre.
CIAA Week will feature new events, including a charity basketball game
The annual basketball tournament, which attracts large crowds to uptown Charlotte, is scheduled for Feb. 27-March 3.
2 killed in separate Sunday shootings
Sunday In separate incidents on Sunday, two people were shot and killed in Charlotte’s latest homicides. The first was reported […]
5 Things to do this week in Charlotte (Oct. 9-13)
We’ve got an event for every day of your workweek — theatre, free performance, a jobs fair and more.
Cam Newton catches heat for sexist remark made to woman reporter
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is catching heat over remarks he made during Wednesday’s media availability. While fielding a question about […]
One on one with Shirley Hughes
The JCSU trustees chair talks about the school’s incoming president and the process it took to find him.
CIAA tournament tickets are on sale, fans are welcomed “Home”
All-access tickets and discounted hotel rates are available for this year’s tournament.
Clarence Armbrister, a lawyer with a long career in education, is named JCSU’s next president
Armbrister, currently president of a Philadelphia prep school, will begin his new job at Johnson C. Smith University on Jan. 1, 2018
‘For one night, that was my family:’ Cabin sleepover brings slave experience to life
A Charlotte-area group hoping to deepen its understanding on the plight of enslaved people in America’s past spent a night sleeping on the floor of a crude cabin at the President James L. Polk Historic Site in Pineville.
Man killed in Church’s Chicken parking lot
The shooting happened during what is normally the busy lunch hour.
5 Things to do this week in Charlotte (Oct. 2-6)
An intimate conversation with Alvin C. Jacobs at the Levine Museum, the Charlotte Community Engagement Series kicks off, and a free chamber orchestra performance on Friday
Kym Jackson learns lesson from grandmother: Pay it forward
American Airlines employee earns company award and $10,000, then donates money to program that helped her sister build a new life.
Charlotte woman charged with killing her mother
Nakonia Nicholson, 36, was arrested Saturday in the death of 60-year-old Annie Nicholson.