Loretta Lynch returns to Durham promising a commitment to justice

Loretta Lynch returns to Durham promising a commitment to justice

At a civil rights roundtable meeting at North Carolina Central University School of Law, the newly confirmed U.S. attorney general talked about many of today’s pressing legal issues -- human trafficking, hate crimes, voting rights, school safety and community-police relations.

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Investigators: No foul play in the burning of a S.C. church

Investigators: No foul play in the burning of a S.C. church

VIDEO: Investigators say a fire that destroyed the Mount Zion AME Church in Greeleyville, S.C. does not appear to have been intentional and may have been caused by a lightening strike.

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Police: No evidence of hate crime found in Charlotte church fire

Police: No evidence of hate crime found in Charlotte church fire

Investigators said they’ve found “no direct evidence” indicating that an arson fire that heavily damaged Briar Creek Road Baptist Church in east Charlotte was the result of a hate crime.

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Homeowner shoots and kills man who had shot his own grandmother

A 31-year-old man who had shot and wounded his grandmother was himself shot and killed after a Charlotte homeowner looked out his window and saw the armed confrontation.

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Knight Foundation grants $1.5 million to revitalize a portion of the Northwest Corridor

Knight Foundation grants $1.5 million to revitalize a portion of the Northwest Corridor

The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation is investing $1.5 million over three years to help revitalize Charlotte’s northwest corridor, along the site of the upcoming Gold Line streetcar.

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East Charlotte church shows resolve after arson fire

East Charlotte church shows resolve after arson fire

Worshipers at Briar Creek Road Baptist Church held a rousing and emotion-filled service inside the east Charlotte church just four days after an arson fire damaged the building.

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Obama Delivers Passionate Eulogy for Pastor

Obama Delivers Passionate Eulogy for Pastor

President Barack Obama delivered a passionate discourse on America's racial history Friday in his eulogy for a state senator and pastor slain in an attack on a historic African-American church.

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Obama praises Supreme Court's health care ruling

Obama praises Supreme Court's health care ruling

President Barack Obama says his landmark health care law "is here to stay" after it survived its second Supreme Court challenge. (Watch Video)

 

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CMS bus carrying students hit by bullets

Police on Wednesday were looking for a person who fired two bullets that struck a Charlotte-Mecklenburg school bus as it was carrying students from Olympic High School.

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Family of Cynthia Hurd announce funeral arrangements and memorial fund

Family of Cynthia Hurd announce funeral arrangements and memorial fund

The family of Cynthia Graham Hurd, one of nine people murdered in a racist attack on a Charleston church, will establish a memorial fund in her name to promote reading and literacy.

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Friend: Bobbi Kristina suffered abuse at the hands of Nick Gordon

Friend: Bobbi Kristina suffered abuse at the hands of Nick Gordon

Alex Reid gets candid about Bobbi Kristina Brown's troubled relationship with BF Nick Gordon and reveals why she feared for Brown before her tragic accident.

Living
On the Town With Toni

On the Town With Toni

Looking for something fun to do this holiday weekend? Check out Toni Baker-Tyson's weekly entertainment picks. It's fun for grown-ups.

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Latibah Collard Green Museum closes its doors

Latibah Collard Green Museum closes its doors

For the second time in its six-year history, the Latibah Collard Green Museum has been forced to close, this time because of financial concerns.

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SCENE IN THE QCITY

SCENE IN THE QCITY

Scene at the Queen City Fest, Saturday, June 20, 2015 at the Uptown Amphitheater in Charlotte, N.C.

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Does your walk match your talk?

Does your walk match your talk?

COMMENTARY

Dressing up in our Christian costumes, pretending that we are fail proof, has never helped anyone.

Living
Tanara Lloyd: Creating more social options for Charlotte's plus-size women

Tanara Lloyd: Creating more social options for Charlotte's plus-size women

Tanara Lloyd, a New York transplant, recently founded the organization Curvi Queens, patterning it after the social groups she enjoyed back home that celebrated women with full-figured physiques.

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Hell Loses…Again

Hell Loses…Again

GUEST COMMENTARY

Time and time again, the Black Church has been ridiculed, persecuted, marginalized and discounted, but it has never been defeated.

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Does the arrest video of Dylann Roof show police bias?

Does the arrest video of Dylann Roof show police bias?

The Shelby Police Department released dash-cam video showing the arrest of Dylann Roof, the man charged with killing nine people inside a Charleston church.

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Cam Newton joins Carolinas HealthCare System in a campaign to battle childhood obesity

Cam Newton joins Carolinas HealthCare System in a campaign to battle childhood obesity

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was the surprise guest Tuesday at a kickoff event for a new local initiative by Carolinas HealthCare System to reduce the rate of childhood obesity.

July 5, 2015
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