On the Political Beat, Rep. Brown discusses ways the state can better support domestic violence survivors. He also discusses issues in Charlotte and the Steele Creek neighborhood.
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City Manager Marcus Jones says he either missed the text or failed to acknowledge its significance.
Mecklenburg County is settling a lawsuit with an anti-abortion protester.
There’s a rising number of close calls between planes -- It’s something we’ve seen in the air and on runways across the country.
North Carolina state Sen. Rachel Hunt is following in her father’s footsteps as she eyes the lieutenant governor’s office.
North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson delivered a sermon to members of a Mooresville church this past weekend, but part of his sermon consisted of comments against the LGBTQ community, including blasting churches that welcome LGBTQ members.
A much-debated plan for additional development at Birkdale Village in Huntersville failed after a vote by the town board on Monday night.
A Ballantyne Democrat is the first candidate to enter the race for the North Carolina’s Treasurer’s Office in 2024. State House Rep. Wesley Harris announced his bid exclusively to the Political Beat earlier this week.
Security checkpoint B at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport will permanently close on March 17 as part of its lobby expansion.
Charlotte-based donut and coffee chain Krispy Kreme is laying off 102 workers, according to a WARN Notice provided to the North Carolina Department of Commerce.