The Charlotte City Council voted in closed session Monday night to release on Tuesday an investigator’s report into whether the Fire Department retaliated against a former employee who complained about the conditions in a building that was being renovated.
The riot started just hours after the funeral for Freddie Gray, who died after being injured while in police custody. Rioters looted stores and hurled rocks and bricks at Baltimore police, injuring several officers.
Tuesday is a potential watershed moment for America's gay and lesbian couples. After rapid changes that have made same-sex marriage legal in all but 14 states, the Supreme Court will hear arguments over whether it should be the law of the land.
The American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch said the case of Muhanad Mahmoud Al Farekh, who was eventually captured, showed that Congress, including Burr, had failed in its oversight role by promoting the killing of a human being instead of demanding a court hearing or public explanation.
Brandon Ingram, the 6-foot-9 Kinston High School standout who was considered perhaps the top uncommitted prospect in the class of 2015, ended a years-long recruiting competition on Monday by announcing he will play at Duke next season.
Charlotte-based Bojangles’, which said earlier this spring it is going public, will price its stock between $15 and $17 a share and sell at least 6.2 million shares, according to a securities filing late Monday.
A freak injury caused by his dog jumping onto his lap sent Jon Tuscan to the doctor, which led to a diagnosis of testicular cancer and treatments that saved his life. “If Mick hadn’t jumped on me,” Tuscan said, “I would never have gone to see the doctor. I never would’ve known. My dog saved my life.”
Just south of I-485, Lincoln Harris is building a 194-acre mixed-use project, while across the street, Childress Klein and Crosland Southeast are building a 90-acre mixed-use development called Waverly. Both will bring hundreds of new residences, stores and office buildings.