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 QCity Metro Staff | December 3, 2019
Bail Project partners with Carolina Panthers to post bail for inmates before Thanksgiving
Player Impact Committee and the David Tepper Charitable Foundation donate nearly $100K to reunite families for Thanksgiving.
By Katrina Louis | November 24, 2019
Black News Channel launches Nov. 15
Black News Channel will be the nation’s only 24-hour news network aimed at Black viewers.
By Katrina Louis | October 30, 2019
CIAA to host spades tournament during 2020 basketball championship in Charlotte
The winner-takes-all competition will carry a cash prize of $2,000.
By Glenn Burkins | September 27, 2019
It’s HBCU Homecoming season, here are the schedules for NC schools
It's time for football, marching bands, reunions, greek events and all the things we love about HBCU homecomings.
By QCity Metro Staff | September 25, 2019
JCSU and Carolina Panthers talk diversity, talent pipeline
Stride, the Carolina Panthers' Black employee resource group, held a panel discussion about the importance of diversity in sports and opportunities for students.
By Katrina Louis | September 20, 2019
These N.C. schools make list of top HBCU bands
Five Carolina HBCU marching bands make the third annual ESPN/The Undefeated HBCU Band Rankings.
By QCity Metro Staff | September 16, 2019
Michael Jordan announces pending additions to Hornets ownership
Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan plans to sell part of team, adding two partners to team's ownership group. Jordan will remain as team decision-maker.
By QCity Metro Staff | September 15, 2019
HBCU TV show to feature Charlotte hip-hop artist
HBCU Gameday will feature Charlotte native Jabari "Mayor Talib" Bodrick in theme song for its "No Huddle" TV show.
By Jonathan Limehouse | September 3, 2019
Charlotte Amateur Tennis Championship honors Charleston shooting victim
The Charlotte Amateur Tennis Championship will be held Aug. 16-18 and benefits the Cynthia Graham Hurd Foundation for Literacy and Civic Engagement.
By Katrina Louis | July 30, 2019