Lt. Gov. Dan Forest has been outspoken in his belief that House Bill 2 kept women and children safe from sexual predators. Recently, one of his key volunteers from the 2012 campaign was sent to prison for possession of child porn.
Chief, his handler, and a mad chase through uptown Charlotte
Between Plaza Midwood and Elizabeth, a little suburb in the city
Once again, the courts slap aside a fundamental argument of the N.C. General Assembly, this time on HB2.
Leader reflects on nearly 24 years of growth, influence, and making Charlotte home
Charlotte has plenty of artists and institutions to support them. What's keeping them from connecting?
2015 Charlottean of the Year Shaun Corbett and CMPD teaming up for annual drive.
A television host, a rape survivor, a mother
A federal appeals court ruling that laid out how the GOP-controlled legislature discriminated against black people with its voter ID law only inspired Republican leaders to discriminate at the county elections board level.
Hundreds ran screaming for the exits. Police and paramedics responded en masse. Everyone prepared for another mass shooting. It was nothing.
If a federal court's ruling Thursday holds, Democrats will have a fighting chance to break Republicans' vise grip on the General Assembly.
If the ongoing N.C. DEQ flap over drinking water tests is just a 'disagreement,' as Pat McCrory says, why did the state's epidemiologist quit the job she loved?
What Katie Meili’s bronze-medal performance looked like to the Charlotte family that gave her a home
I'm not saying all these facts add up to anything. But all this talk of election rigging is putting me in a conspiratorial frame of mind.
Lawyers for Governor McCrory asked a federal court to put a hold on its order striking down North Carolina's voter ID law. Replied the court: Er, no.
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