After decades of watching other business districts thrive, merchants in Historic West End are meet to brainstorm ideas they hope will lure new customers and spur economic growth....

Carolinas HealthCare System wants to test 50,000 people for pre-diabetes, so it turned to community leaders for help spreading the word....

Debra Saunders-White was formally installed as the 11th chancellor of North Carolina Central University -- the first woman appointed to the permanent position at the Durham campus....

The Weekly Pick 6

The Weekly Pick 6

Each Monday we give you a sampling of events going on in Charlotte as listed on the Qcitymetro calendar.

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Police make arrest in January killing

Police on Tuesday charged a 23-year-old man with murder in connection with the death of Keith Graham, 47, who was shot and killed in January.

News

James Mitchell withdraws from District 12 congressional race

James Mitchell withdraws from District 12 congressional race

Citing a crowded field and an inability to raise campaign funds, James Mitchell announced Monday that he has withdrawn from the District 12 congressional race, effectively immediately.

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3-year-old dead in shooting

A 3-year-old died from a gunshot wound Sunday inside a home in northwest Charlotte. A CMPD spokesman said detectives do not suspect foul play.

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JCSU cuts the ribbon at historic Davis House

JCSU cuts the ribbon at historic Davis House

JCSU cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony of the George E. Davis House in remembrance of their professor who strived for education equality through North Carolina.

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John M. Belk Endowment donates $825,000 to JCSU

The John M. Belk Endowment is helping students offset financial aid reductions through a $825,000 donation to JCSU.

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Health Dept. will hold clinic for Hepatitis A exposure

After a Papa John's Pizza employee was diagnosed with Hepatitis A, Mecklenburg County officials are holding a vaccination clinic to help contain exposure.

News
7 events to grow your business

7 events to grow your business

Looking to grow your business or make professional connections? Here are seven events listed on the Qcitymetro calendar.

Health
CDC: Nearly 1,700 births a week to young teens

Although births to younger teens aged 15 to 17 have declined, they still account for more than a quarter of all teen births, according to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention.

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Ronald Carter to kick off lunchtime speaker series at uptown library

Ronald Carter to kick off lunchtime speaker series at uptown library

Johnson C. Smith University President Ronald Carter will be the inaugural guest at a lunchtime speaker series being launched this month by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.

Events
Living
Feed me; I'm 'hangry'

Feed me; I'm 'hangry'

SPEAKEASY

If you've been feeling annoyed lately, scientists say your anger may be caused by excessive hunger.

Faith
Is it really that Important?

Is it really that Important?

Some people hold grudges so long they've forgotten the original offense. When we hold on to unresolved anger, it robs us of the joy and purpose in life.

Health
Weighted down with health concerns

Weighted down with health concerns

THE 80 PERCENT SOLUTION

A recent burst of energy made me realize just how drab my life had been during the last three-plus years of health concerns.

Living
Not so fast with that body bag

Not so fast with that body bag

SPEAKEASY

Just when I was getting over my fear of dying, I hear news stories about folks who were pronounced dead, only to awaken… inside body bags!

Faith
Internet worship is no substitute for live fellowship

Internet worship is no substitute for live fellowship

With more churches now offering Internet services, are we losing the message of face-to-face fellowship?

Living
Win Free Tickets!

Win Free Tickets!

We've got tickets to some of the hottest events in the Qcity. ...And we're giving them away!

Living
Kobe Bryant: So right but still so wrong

Kobe Bryant: So right but still so wrong

SPEAKEASY

In the March 31 issue of New Yorker magazine, the Los Angeles Lakers star tripped up when he attempted to rob African Americans of our justifiable outrage in the Trayvon Martin killing.

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