Local groups advocate for children, house the homeless, and feed the hungry
Panthers' quarterback Cam Newton fed and entertained hundreds of children Monday night.
Pat McCrory asked Roy Cooper over the weekend to pick a side in a Virginia school system's legal dispute with a transgender teenager. Here's what it means and why it matters.
There are ways to effectively and legally fight crime. Creating “public safety zones” isn't one of them.
His favorite restaurant? An app.
One of the most generous donors in North Carolina talks about what he's learned about leadership, philanthropy, and helping the needy
In a 23-year career, the NASCAR legend not only gained acceptance, he’s become one of our city’s most prominent citizens, helping raise millions for children’s cancer research
What do all of our Charlotteans of the Year have in common? They'll never give up
The retiring Levine Museum historian answers a few questions about the value of history and its meaning to Charlotte, and to him
Half of our schools are segregated by race. Nelson, a researcher and CMS graduate, uses a passion for children and powerful data to show why that needs to change
See why the Carolina Panthers linebacker is the reigning NFL Man of the Year.
At his Davidson College speech and in his writing, Ta-Nehisi Coates urges us to drop the delusion on race in America.
Pat McCrory's rationale for rejecting Syrian refugees to North Carolina is political, not practical.
Panthers offensive guard Trai Turner is this week's subject in our "Four Downs" series.
CMS' decision to use a school building it had leased to a charter school got charter advocates and headline writers riled up.
Inspirational fan makes impromptu appearance.
Take a journey with a special Christmas destination
The flareup over SouthPark Mall's Christmas tree and the Starbucks cup kerfuffle involve the sale of an intoxicating drug: assumed victimhood.
Panthers linebacker and the NFL's 2014 Walter Payton Man of the Year Thomas Davis is this week's subject in our "Four Downs" series.
One student goes to Winthrop, the other attends The Art Institute of Charlotte
Jennifer Roberts went from long shot to contender to favorite to eking out a win in Charlotte's mayoral race. Here's what she did right, did wrong, and still needs to do.