- Motown the Musical | Sep. 1
- Personally Speaking Focuses On Mexican Revolution | Sep. 1
- Early Vote Kick Off Rally | Sep. 2
- Motown the Musical | Sep. 2
- Motown the Musical | Sep. 3
- Community Blood Drive | Sep. 3
- Jazz at the Bechtler - Miles 1956: Cookin', Relaxin', Workin', Steamin' | Sep. 4
At Nations Ford Community Church, members gathered Monday to honor the life and legacy of their senior pastor, who died Saturday from what authorities say was an accidental gunshot wound.
The North Carolina NAACP is calling on state Attorney General Roy Cooper to retry the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer who shot and killed Jonathan Ferrell, an unarmed black man.
Frederick Sullivan, a 44-year-old temporary laborer, was convicted of sexually assaulting a JCSU student during homecoming weekend in 2013.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested, charged with being one of three people who fired shots into an occupied apartment building earlier this month.
A 15-year-old girl was in stable condition Sunday after she was injured in a shooting in northwest Charlotte.
The shooting was reported at 3:11 a.m. Monday in the 1300 block of Lasalle Street, just north of uptown.
In North Charleston, the Democratic presidential candidate invoked the names of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Freddie Gray and Walter Scott, all unarmed black men who died in the hands of police officers.
Protestors marched though the streets of uptown Charlotte late Friday after a judge declared a mistrial in the case of Randall Kerrick, a white police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man in 2013.
In a video of the meeting released by the group, Hillary Clinton said the only way to relieve the effects of deep-seated racism in the United States was to change government policies.
Police said Shirley Takeisha Martin, 22, shot and killed Anthony Lamont Howie following a domestic dispute.
VIDEO: Julian Bond, a civil rights activist and longtime board chairman of the NAACP, died Saturday night, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Scene at the 2015 Queen City Battle of the Bands at Charlotte’s Memorial Stadium.
In the United States these days, “oops” has become a winning defense for cops who kill people who should not have been killed.
Qcitymetro editor Glenn H. Burkins shares what he liked and disliked about the show.
Jacotron Potts never set out to be a fitness instructor. But after listening to a sermon that stressed the importance of serving others, he formed an exercise group on his Facebook page.
Derek Webber, owner of Webber Marketing & Consulting, brought the Battle of the Bands competition to Charlotte in 2010. It wasn't his first effort involving HBCUs.
A small group of determined residents marched Monday in front of the Mecklenburg courthouse demanding a re-trial for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer who shot and killed Jonathan Ferrell, an unarmed black man, in September 2013.
Motown founder Barry Gordy produced too many hits for one musical, but that didn’t stop him from including 66 songs – snippets, in some cases – in the Broadway production that's heading to Charlotte.
The Rev. Melvin Clark, pastor at Washington Missionary Baptist Church in Shelby, said he doesn't want his church members to feel defenseless in the event of an attack.
Radio One made it official Monday when it announced the launch of Charlotte’s newest radio station – 92.7 The Block -- devoted to hip-hop and R&B.