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.
The writer of a 2009 Holocaust series revisits stories of survivors who have left us
Nearly a hundred gather peacefully in Marshall Park after footage of officer-involved shooting was released yesterday
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.
In early February, ICE swept the city’s Latino community more aggressively than before, driving fear of arrest and deportation deeper into the streets of Charlotte
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.
The season for paying attention—and taxes
My childhood home’s curtain call
Best friends Cathy Monte and Kristen Garnett show clients how to wear what they have
A few thoughts on ICE and people who vanish on a sunny day
Since Hurricane Maria, tourists have been reluctant to return to the popular vacation destination. But Puerto Rico needs tourism dollars now more than ever
Fired bartender at center of demonstration hints at more to come
By the end of Monday, the list of incontrovertible facts about the police shooting death of Danquirs Franklin was brief.
Jampac Records has been open for more than three decades
Sure, this city might not be a mecca for outdoorsy activities. But if you know where to look, there’s so much to explore within 200 miles of uptown
A born-and-raised Floridian learns not to fear the friendly, floppy creatures
And reflects on its renovation—and the life she’s built within its walls
As she approaches retirement, police second-in-command discusses community, tactics, and rising through the ranks as a black woman