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Justin Harlow, the Charlotte City Council’s youngest member, announced Friday that he won’t seek re-election.
After more than four years of one of the most contentious infrastructure projects in North Carolina’s history, a section of the Interstate 77 toll lanes project will open Saturday.
UNC Charlotte spent millions of dollars and countless hours preparing for the possibility of an on-campus shooter. When it happened, everything worked as planned—and two died.
In the context of law enforcement agencies’ increasingly uneasy relationship to the public, ‘transparency’ can be as loaded and slippery a term as ‘justice.’ What does it mean, exactly?
It might help to gauge where we stand now in the March 25 Danquirs Franklin shooting—exactly what happened when, what’s known, what isn’t, and the high probability that the officer will be found to have acted within the bounds of the law.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police released body camera footage Monday of the fatal police shooting of Danquirs Franklin on March 25—and how people will perceive and react to it is anyone’s guess.
On Monday, the state DEQ ordered Duke Energy to remove coal ash from six sites, including two near Charlotte. Here’s a rundown of some of our coal ash coverage through the years.
By the end of Monday, the list of incontrovertible facts about the police shooting death of Danquirs Franklin was brief.
We live in an age of live-streamed violence and its instant, global, unregulated amplification. Maybe, says Duke professor Philip Napoli, it’s time to put some controls on social media content as we do with radio and TV.
The conviction of Rayquan Borum for shooting and killing Justin Carr during a protest uptown on September 21, 2016, ties up the legal end of the Keith Lamont Scott affair—and little else.
The Rayquan Borum murder trial commenced in earnest Monday morning, with a detailed opening statement from prosecutors and three witnesses, including the late Justin Carr’s mother.
The Superior Court trial of Rayquan Borum, accused of killing Justin Carr outside the Omni Hotel in September 2016, begins Monday.