A former high-ranking prison manager, who has been accused of fostering a culture of violence at Lanesboro Correctional Institution, acknowledged in a federal courtroom Tuesday that he put homemade weapons in the ceiling of his prison office.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police released a video of its staff lip syncing to Justin Timberlake’s ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling.’ The video is a part of a national challenge, #lipsyncchallenge, between law enforcement agencies.
The online textbox “21st Century Wellness” for the required Lifetime Fitness class at UNC-Chapel Hill calls cancer a disease of choice and describes a theory that Holocaust victims failed to tap into their inner strength.
Research at N.C. State University shows that prospective teachers were worse at recognizing emotions on black faces than on white faces. The undergraduates also mislabeled more black faces as ‘angry’ and thought misbehaving black boys showed more hostility than misbehaving white boys.
Enrollment has dropped three years in a row in North Carolina’s traditional public schools, even as it’s increased in charter schools, private schools and homeschools. Changes in state policy have expanded school choice options for families.
A “F--- Donald Trump” yard sign ignited an argument during which a white man threatened to call police and yelled racial slurs at a Vietnamese-American lawyer and activist in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Ric Flair congratulated famous wrestler Hulk Hogan on his “well deserved” reinstatement to the WWE Hall of Fame after a three year ban. WWE tossed Hogan for racial slurs caught on a sex tape, the AP reported.
Mayor Vi Lyles speaks about the possibility of the Republican National Convention coming to Charlotte at a meeting of the Democratic Women of Mecklenburg Wednesday at AME Little Rock Mount Zion church in First Ward.