CMPD: No more electronic monitors for homicide suspects
This article was first published in our Morning Brew newsletter. Sign up today. Suspects charged with homicide no longer will […]
By Glenn Burkins | December 9, 2019
Police charge two children, 11 and 12, with involuntary manslaughter
Police said three children were fighting near a roadway just before an 11-year-old boy entered the roadway and was struck by a car.
By Glenn Burkins | December 7, 2019
CATS gives free rides on holiday buses
Charlotte Area Transit System is providing free rides to passengers on its holiday buses Dec. 9-31.
By Qcitymetro Staff | December 6, 2019
Ron Rivera out as Panthers head coach
Panthers owner David Tepper said removing Rivera was the best decision for the team's long-term success.
By Qcitymetro Staff | December 3, 2019
Homecoming at North Carolina Central brought record donations
A version of this article was first published in our Morning Brew newsletter. Sign up today. North Carolina Central University received a record […]
By Qcitymetro Staff | December 2, 2019
Q&A with J.C. Watts Jr., co-founder of Black News Channel
The former congressman and star athlete discusses the network's delayed launch and the intersection of sports and social consciousness.
By Kallan Louis | December 2, 2019
Police make arrest following Friday night killing in southeast Charlotte
A 32-year-old man was in custody Saturday, charged in a deadly shooting in southeast Charlotte. Authorities identified the victim as […]
By Qcitymetro Staff | December 1, 2019
Qcitymetro launches news initiative for Historic West End
Powered by a grant from the Knight Foundation, we will work with westside residents and stakeholders to expand media coverage in one of Charlotte's most rapidly changing communities.
By Glenn Burkins | December 1, 2019
Woman charged with killing daughter Thanksgiving night
The suspect, Elvira Elizabeth Alexander, was charged with second-degree murder and possession of stolen property.
By Glenn Burkins | November 29, 2019
Kerr Putney: To reduce crime in Charlotte, invest more in the lives of young people
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg police chief said local nonprofits working to guide the lives of young people need sustained support from Charlotte's public and private sectors.
By Glenn Burkins | November 27, 2019