On Tuesday, we saw two heads of law enforcement handling two situations in tellingly different ways.
In a sense, the Rowan County man at the gun's end of ‘Pizzagate’ is a victim, too.
After Keith Scott, some tough questions for Charlotte
Two years ago, city leaders set out on a mission to end chronic homelessness by the end of 2016. It was an ambitious goal—one very few cities in the country have even considered. So, how close are we?
For a holiday treat that requires no wrapping, park your family in uptown
The courts have issued huge corrective rulings on North Carolina's gerrymandering before. This is the most important one.
The DA’s decision to not press charges against the officer who shot Keith Scott doesn’t bring closure to the problems that surround it
The District Attorney's decision not to charge a police officer in the September 20 shooting death of Keith Scott was the proper one. Charlotte now has other choices to make about its immediate and long-term future.
Mecklenburg County prosecutor says CMPD officer 'acted lawfully'
The mayor pro tem helped craft a new agenda for Charlotte after the Keith Scott shooting in September. Will it help?
A bond that started at one of Charlotte’s segregated drugstore lunch counters
Holiday display is a tradition with a purpose
Biggest development in 20 years wins approval from City Council. Complex for homeless? Nah.
A brewery co-owner, a father of a newborn, a little brother to a sister who is battling cancer, and a reservist who just got called to serve overseas
The rising chef talks turkey.
A day in the life of the husband-and-wife restaurant team that helped bring national attention to Charlotte’s restaurant scene— and had several more important accomplishments in their own house
Our oldest music venue will close its doors at the start of 2017, but first it showed everybody how to go out gracefully
A federal court in Wisconsin issued a ruling Monday that could have massive consequences for several states, including North Carolina.
'Captain Mike' was the face protesters could trust during the Keith Scott protests. A few weeks later he was promoted to major, raising the obvious question: What do we call him now?