One new report confirms the absence of widespread voter fraud. Another alleges potential criminal conduct on behalf of a defeated Pat McCrory in trying to prove it.
A GOP legislator from Winston-Salem filed a bill that would expand Medicaid for about 200,000 North Carolinians who would benefit from it. Hard to believe, I know.
A look back at those disorganized, wild years
When it comes to CSAs, vegetables are only one option
Two Charlotte developers are about to embark on the city’s biggest development in decades, on the last large piece of undeveloped land in Mecklenburg County. Who and what’s been out here all this time, and will it disappear for good?
House Bill 142 as a replacement for HB2 might have been the best compromise under the circumstances. But we're all still under the legislature's thumb.
How North Carolina turned into Ground Zero for the nation's most pressing civil rights battle.
In Matthews, an African-American cemetery, an apartment complex, and a test of trust
A blue bungalow, a big backyard, and a future that was all too short
Taught by some of the biggest names in television history, WFAE’s president and CEO is driving Charlotte’s NPR radio station toward a bright future
The definitive, unbiased, statistical ranking of the top places to live and visit around Charlotte
On and off the ballroom floor, he loves the classics
It's been a year since House Bill 2 passed. It seems like longer. It was just the beginning.
Will the Tar Heels win another national title?
With all the arrows pointed at Jennifer Roberts and the introduction this week of a pooping pug, we could be in for a weird 2017 Charlotte mayor’s race.
N.C. Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger got caught changing headlines in violation of Facebook policy. His response? Accuse Facebook of censorship. Via Facebook.