NC Republicans claim a Supreme Court candidate is a Democratic plant. Christopher Anglin is a Democrat who just changed party registration. Now he could help a Democratic candidate by taking votes from a Republican incumbent.
Deven Sawyer was a rising senior at Providence Day School in Charlotte, NC, when he went on a trip to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and was killed after a bus crash. Teachers, friends and family say they'll remember him as kind and generous.
Charlotte's Memorial Stadium and Central Piedmont Community College are bringing back their July 4 firework show a day early. The celebration of America, and the city's anniversary, will include live music, food trucks and games.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused Thursday to review a lower court ruling that found Rowan County, NC, commissioners' practice of saying Christian prayers before their public meetings violated the U.S. Constitution.
A Providence Day School student has died from injuries sustained in a bus crash in Buenos Aires, Argentina, during the Charlotte, N.C., private school's study abroad trip to the city. Nine other students and two faculty members were injured.
A massive new 100-acre development is coming to Charlotte Douglas Airport, in what the airport said is the largest project since Norfolk Southern railroad moved its intermodal yard there four years ago. The firm uses robotics.
PSA Airlines, a regional carrier of American Airlines, will operate on a reduced scheduled of flights into and out of Charlotte Douglas airport until noon Monday after a technical issue led to cancellation of about 70 flights on Sunday.
Green River Preserve in Cedar Mountain, NC, is for curious and creative kids who are rising second through ninth graders. It is one of the camps where kids get to attend thanks to the Charlotte Observer's Summer Camp Fund.
The Bag Lady, which closed its doors in Dilworth in March, has found a new store location in Elizabeth near Central Piedmont Community College. The boutique, which sells apparel and gifts for women, will host a grand opening celebration June 23-24.
Charlotte is one of the fastest growing cities in the country, but its parks may not be keeping up. Trust for Public Land (TPL), a nonprofit that advocates for urban parks, ranked Charlotte last for its parks at 97.
Saying it's a revival of segregation, the NC NAACP and an array of Charlotte's black education leaders vow to fight a controversial town charter school bill if it passes. They say they'll go to court if necessary.
The Charlotte Observer's Summer Camp Fund has raised more than $1.5 million and sent more than 3,000 children to camps since 2009. More than 500 kids will attend 33 camps this year, including Victory Junction.
Lime is launching scooter service in Charlotte, with demonstrations Tuesday at the Bland Street light-rail station, 11 a.m.-noon. The electric scooters will cost $1 for 15 minutes of riding, more than the regular price of dockless bikes.
Mecklenburg County sheriff's 287(g) program faces increased scrutiny, American Civil Liberties Union is targeting Sheriff Irwin Carmichael's participation ahead of the Tuesday, May 8 Democratic primary.
At Bank of America's annual shareholder meeting Wednesday, CEO Brian Moynihan stood firm on his company's decision to stop lending to some gun makers in the aftermath of the Parkland, Fla., school shooting.
The city of Charlotte has hired Lincoln Harris executive Tracy Dodson to lead its economic development efforts. One of Dodson's first tasks will be overseeing the redevelopment of the Eastland Mall site.
Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Monday sued former CEO Richard Topping for $1.7 million in severance pay. Meanwhile a former federal prosecutor claimed Topping stole Cardinal's intellectual property before leaving last fall.