Second Amendment extremists have a slogan: 'Come and get them,' meaning guns. It has a horrible double edge this morning.
As the city worried about protesters in the wake of the Kerrick trial this weekend, the Myers Park football team made a goal line stand
North Carolina’s two largest cities have grown up and become peers now. Cohorts! Friends! But sometimes old rivalries rise again
We all wanted resolution from the Randall Kerrick trial. We didn't get it, and we probably never will.
A white police officer shot and killed an unarmed black man, and each of us saw the case through our own lens
Randall Kerrick's manslaughter trial has been, from start to finish, a tale about the destructive effects of panic.
Studies show bias can affect even well-meaning police officers
It's risky for defendants in criminal trials to testify on their own behalf. Here's why the risk was worth it for Randall Kerrick in his manslaughter trial.
The Earl's Grocery chef shares some of his favorite things
Park Road Baptist Church sits just one mile from where the world’s most famous Southern Baptist grew up. But this isn’t your usual Baptist church, and husband-and-wife duo Russ and Amy Jacks Dean aren’t your usual Baptist ministers
Charlotte is sometimes criticized for being too corporate. But those critics haven't taken the time to get to know the people who work in our largest industry. Meet eight Charlotte-area residents who are people first and bankers second
He was a fast-rising young businessman when he moved to Charlotte in 2005. Over the past 10 years, he’s changed alongside the banking industry
A guide to local services
A father learns that even after moving to the South, the next generation’s regional identity is somewhere inside its electronic devices
One farming family watched Interstate 485 creep closer to them from both sides for nearly three decades, until their land was the last link in the loop. They never protested. They never tried to stop it. But when they saw the road open in early June, a piece of their family was lost
How Charlotte created the third-largest LGBTQ pride event in the South
A look at the deliberations that led to manslaughter charge
One woman’s search for Charlotte’s laziest yoga class
Charlotte-born author discusses his first novel
Why the family that built Lance crackers is now on a mission to help people with traumatic brain injuries on a farm in Huntersville
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