In a press conference Wednesday, April 20, 2016, President Pro Tempore of the NC Senate Phil Berger says he opposes repealing the 'bathroom safety bill', also know as HB2. Berger also said his job is "not to give in to the demands of multi-millionaire celebrities pushing a pet social agenda".
Leader of NC Senate opposes repealing HB2
Once denied a chance to testify, Charlotte woman says Supreme Court justice sexually harassed me
Political campaign season starts today
Mecklenburg Co. Sheriff Carmichael talks about why he favors the 287(g) program
Mecklenburg Co. Sheriff candidate McFadden tells why he's against the 287(g) program
Berger reacts to gerrymandering ruling
New interim DA Merriweather speaking after swearing in ceremony
Mayor-elect Vi Lyles reflects on the day after her historic win
Charlotte Mayor-elect Vi Lyles and supporters celebrate victory
Vi Lyles wins Charlotte mayor's race
Republican candidate Kenny Smith watches election returns with supporters
Republican candidate Kenny Smith disappointed in early voting results
Thirteen year old Maddie Rhames is among the supporters arriving early for Charlotte mayoral candidate Vi Lyles election night gathering at The Park in Charlotte, NC. If Lyles wins the position of mayor, she will be the first African-American female to hold the office. Jeff Sinerfirstname.lastname@example.org
Pastors and community leaders gathered to protest police brutality and economic disparities in Charlotte and across the country on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, outside Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC. The protest led up to the start of the Carolina Panthers vs Philadelphia Eagles game.