Pasquotank County, NC District Attorney, Andrew Womble, said in today’s press conference of Deputy Sheriffs’ shooting death of Andrew Brown, Jr. on April 21, 2021, in Elizabeth City, NC, was “justified.”  However, Brown’s family disagrees and wants justice.  Additionally, Brown’s family disputes Womble’s account of what happened in the video footage of his death. So, […]

We all know that Covid-19 has changed the way we do things.  However, as we go into the MLK weekend, we want to keep you updated on safe, family-friendly events throughout the Charlotte area.   Click here for the list.

It was another sad moment for Bobby Brown as his 28 year old son was discovered dead in his L.A. home on Wednesday.  The cause of death is unknown but authorities do not think foul play was involved. This is the second child Bobby has lost.  Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his […]

Mike Tyson is getting ripped and ready for his fight with Roy Jones, Jr.  I hope Roy is training as much as Mike is because he MUST be ready to throw those hands in the ring on November 28, 2020.  Check out Mike’s video below.

105.3’s Chirl Girl took part in the Livingstone College Home Depot Retool Your School Campus ribbon cutting ceremony and hosted the festivities with Dr. State Alexander! Livingstone won a $30,000 grant from Home Depot’s Retool Your School Campus Improvement Grant Program in April and was given an opportunity to make upgrades to their campus. Students, […]


John Wilson, President, Morehouse College, says he doesn’t know if Trump’s HBCU executive order will make an impact.

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is considered a civil rights icon now. He has a monument in Washington, D.C., a federal holiday that we celebrate this week and is revered as a man who sought to bring a divided nation together. He is oft-quoted as the antithesis of the Black Lives Matter movement which […]


Lee Francis, a high school history teacher in Fayetteville, North Carolina, was suspended in September for stepping on the American flag during a lesson about First Amendment rights.


Black Music Month originated in 1979. Jimmy Carter proclaimed the month of June as Black Music Month to celebrate the wonderful music, the  achievements, births, important timelines, events and to remember those we lost.

Charles Bolden Jr., NASA’s first Black administrator, was nominated for the post in 2009 by President Barack Obama and confirmed by the Senate that same…


It seem as though the Democratic presidential candidates as well as the Democratic National Committee are missing a few of the pressing topics affecting the Black community today.