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3 Best Bets to Celebrate Fourth of July in Charlotte

Why Police ‘Get Away With It’

Nearly 33 years ago, Charlotte police injured a man they incorrectly suspected of robbery. The law that emerged from that case helps explain why cops who hurt and kill people while on duty escape conviction.

Inside A Medical Mission from Charlotte to Cuba

This spring, dozens of volunteers went to Cuba to perform pro bono joint replacements. Their rare collaboration helped 44 hopeful Cubans take their first steps on new legs

22 Hours Between Press Conferences, Three Dead

After another round of murders in an increasingly violent year in Charlotte, CMPD and chief Kerr Putney search for answers in an 11-year-old task force report

Editor's Note (July 2017): One Lesson From Atlanta

Life Lessons: Cheryl Pletcher of Carolina Comfort Coalition

The founder of Serenity House tries to bring dignity to dying

Charlotte’s Latino Food Scene Focus of SFA Symposium

A Cheat Sheet for Father's Day Weekend 2017

Opinion: Dan Bishop, Atwitter

Dan Bishop, famous as the co-sponsor of HB2, had a busy Thursday on a certain social medium.

YMCA Locations Offer Teens Free Access on Weekends

A Momentous Gerrymandering Decision, for Republicans and Democrats

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that North Carolina’s legislative district lines are unconstitutionally gerrymandered by race. We check in with a Republican and a Democrat who have argued against gerrymandering.

Envision Charlotte on Paris Pullout: ‘Baffling’

The United States’ withdrawal from the Paris climate accord means cities and states will go it alone on sustainability, says Envision Charlotte’s Amy Aussieker.

Designer Arms Community with Pop Up Produce

Perspective: Six Months Down

Taking stock of the year, with six months to go

How to Plan a Wedding in Charleston

The best time of year for a party, where to stay, activities and more.

A Refugee Family's Journey from Syria to Charlotte

After four years of tests and screenings and near-death experiences, a Syrian family was approved to move to the United States. But they were stranded at the airport in January while a network of refugees in Charlotte anxiously awaited their arrival

Roundup: City Council Dodges the Cameras

Given the last eight months, you can understand why the Charlotte City Council would want to turn off the cameras during the citizens’ forum. But they shouldn’t.

Opinion: Trusting a Divided School Board

Rallying families after a controversial CMS student assignment vote

Last Call With Ron Stodghill: Tiffany's Table

What a friend taught me about life through mashed potatoes and asparagus

How to Get Your Grass Through Summer

Life Lessons: Malcolm Graham

The longtime public official and businessman assesses his life, and the nation’s, two years after his sister’s murder in a Charleston church

Brooklyn Decker Wants to Organize Your Closet

The Charlotte native on college hoops, staying busy, and pictures from a Five Guys bathroom

Opinion: On Redistricting Ruling, Temper Your Excitement

SCOTUS’ ruling Monday in a key gerrymandering challenge is good news—but not the biggest and most important prize out there.