The CIAA tournament sought to distance itself Sunday from a series of violent incidents at venues that catered to tournament-goers – the second time the tournament has been marred by violence in as many years.
The proposed nondiscrimination ordinance has split the City Council as well as Charlotte’s faith and business communities. It’s also produced a flood of nearly 40,000 emails to council members, and at least 75 people have signed up to speak at Monday's meeting.
The contract between Carolinas Healthcare System and UnitedHealthcare expired Saturday night, leaving thousands of Charlotte-area residents uncertain about where to get medical care and how their bills will be paid.
Charlotte residents can expect a mostly rainy week, but temperatures will be much higher than last week, when snow blanketed the region, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Jeffrey Taylor.