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LaMelo Ball is taking the Charlotte Hornets by storm. LaMelo helped the Hornets win their second game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Ball tossed a winning floater shot in the last seconds for a 103-99 win. The game was tied 99-99 with 35.4 seconds remaining. Ball took possession of ball, waited for the shot clock to […]

Another university in the Charlotte area has updated their COVID regulations. UNC Charlotte is mandating that all students and staff be vaccinated and boosted prior to returning in January. The university announced that anyone who is vaccinated but has not received a booster must participate in re-entry testing until the booster is received. Testing will […]

While many students have left school for the holiday break, they may be required to meet new COVID-19 protocols before returning to campus. Charlotte’s Queen University is requiring that all students, staff, and falculty receive a COVID-19 booster shot. The senior leadership team for the university said shots should be received by Feb. 15, 2022, or […]

As parents, we want to ensure that our children are safe while attending school. For students at West Charlotte High School, they have taken matters into their own hands to express their concerns about recent violence and guns being brought into Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools. Students organized a peaceful protest this morning raising awareness of violence in […]

For over a year, we have wondered who fired shots during a block party on Beatties Ford Road that injured several people.   Well, authorities believe that they have found the gun that was used in that incident with the help of technology and it’s only a matter of time before they will have their suspect […]

Governor Roy Cooper announced that from May 26 until June 8, North Carolina will give $25 gift cards to people who get the Covid-19 vaccination. This is North Carolina’s effort to motivate resident to get vaccinated.  To view a list of vaccination sites that are offering the gift card, click here. 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department are on the search for suspect in Zaxby’s robbery Wednesday morning. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM Wednesday the suspect arrived at Zaxby’s located at 7508 South Tryon Street demanding access to the safe. An altercation took place and the suspect injured the victim. “The victim was not shot, but did receive minor injuries […]

North Carolina’s poor are under attack. In case you missed it, in the last few weeks our Republican-led state legislature is determined to reduce the state’s debt by sacrificing the poor. The legislature passed legislation to cut benefits to the unemployed; declined Medicaid expansion that would have provided health insurance to low income North Carolinians […]

Charlotte’s East and West side community members will have an opportunity on Feb. 6 to discuss issues surrounding economic development, the streetcar, corridor revitalization and community empowerment at a town hall meeting. The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. in Johnson C. Smith University’s Biddle Hall, 100 Beatties Ford Road. The Town Hall will […]

Yesterday, we asked what would you do with $550 million. More than 80 percent of you said that you would fall to your knees and praise God if you won, but we know the winning Power Ball ticket wasn’t sold in Charlotte. However, a store on Selwyn Avenue and one in Rock Hill each sold […]

When things in life are going well, it’s easy to say thank you Lord!! Thank you for the car, thank you for the house, thank…

Lines snaked around early voting sites throughout the city on Thursday, the first day of early voting. Thus far, North Carolinians are stepping up to polls only a few days after Gov. Mitt Romney has gained a slim lead over President Obama in the state. In 2008, President Obama had already gained 300,000 votes in […]