One year ago, a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police officer shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott, and Charlotte erupted. Today, CMPD and the citizens it’s supposed to serve peer at each other across a gulf of distrust that some members of both sides are trying harder than ever to cross
And why we can't wait to fix them
Healthy Home Market, under one name or another, has sold local, organic food in Charlotte since 1979. Now, under financial pressure from larger competitors, it’s put itself on the market.
From the perspective of photographer Logan Cyrus
A week of trying to balance golf in one hand, and the news of the world in the other
After Charlottesville, can anyone deny it?
On the trail of one of the sport's most legendary and flamboyant characters
Scenes from the first day of play at Quail Hollow
The Citizens Review Board didn’t rule against police in the Keith Scott case—but for the first time, it didn’t endorse the officer’s actions, either.
And why he’ll be back
Charlotte’s mayor has the authority to assign council members to key committees. On Friday, Jennifer Roberts switched Ed Driggs’ assignment—and the GOP saw red.
After avoiding golf for years, a skeptic turns to the game to answer life’s bigger questions
In 1937, an unconventional woman moved to Charlotte and began working on her best-selling novel. Eighty years later, it’s hard not to wonder whether she’d be accepted here today