Members of “Don't Do It Charlotte” and supporters of the LGBT community were rallying ahead of Monday night's council vote on the non-discrimination ordinance. It bans discrimination based on marital or family status and gender identity or expression. 05:57 PM
On Saturday night, two people were shot in a crowded club. Hours later at another club, two people were stabbed. Another person was shot early Sunday morning outside a hotel near the airport. All of the victims survived.
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Negotiations flat-lined between the two over the weekend, and the effects could be bad news for patients and hospitals around the Carolinas.
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Rare Blood Disease Doesn't Stop Rowan Man From Running
The United States Running Association tracks people who run at least a mile every day for more than 20 years. A handful of North Carolinians are on that list, including a 73-year-old from Faith. 06:05 PM
One in Three NC Bridges Not Up to Standard
The Chamber compiled a map to show each county's potential revenue shortfall if the current gas tax is not revised. The group said that the gas tax would negatively impact jobs, businesses, and transportation safety by putting too much pressure on the state's already strained transportation system. 05:07 PM
NC Teenagers Easily Buy E-Cigs Online
The study found that only five out of 98 attempts by teens to buy e-cigarettes online were blocked by vendors' attempts to verify the customer's age. 05:03 PM
Gov. McCrory, Panthers Players Take Part in 'Read Across America Day'
Millions of students across the country took part in the 18th annual 'Read Across America Day' to promote the importance of reading and celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss. 03:16 PM
Early Primary Date Causing Republican Concern
A two-year-old state law that moved North Carolina's primary date closer to South Carolina's is causing issues for state Republicans, who risk the size of their delegate count in the primary selection process due to an early primary. 03:50 PM
Through My Eyes
In this series, "Through My Eyes," Time Warner Cable News reporters speak with African-American youth and adults about the issues black males face and how they feel in today's America. How has the country progressed since the Civil Rights marches of the 1960s and how do African-American men feel they are perceived in today's world? Watch it the full special now!
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Rallies Expected Ahead of Meeting on Charlotte LGBT Proposal
Supporters and opponents of a proposal to extend Charlotte's non-discrimination ordinance to include the LGBT community are expected to gather Monday at the Government Center. The major disagreement is over a part of the proposal that would allow transgender people to use the restroom of their choice. 01:11 PM
Barber calls Gov. McCrory's Wait on Insurance Expansion Bad Excuse
On Monday, the Rev. William Barber said that McCrory and legislative leaders keep "stonewalling'' on Medicaid expansion. 04:58 PM
Hearing to Address Concerns About I-77 Toll Lane Proposal
A hearing will be held in Alamance County on Tuesday regarding a complaint against a plan to add a toll lane on Interstate 77. The group Widen I-77 says toll lanes are expensive and a burden. Members instead want the lane to be used as a general purpose lane. 08:05 AM
Man Found Shot at East Charlotte Apartment Complex
A man was found shot around 8 p.m. Sunday at the Pepper Tree Apartments on Timber Hollow Drive. The victim, whose name hasn't been released, later died at the hospital. 08:08 AM
CMS Superintendent to Attend Pair of Community Meetings
If you have something you'd like to talk about with leaders of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, this week is your chance. There are two community engagement session scheduled for Monday and Wednesday. 07:58 AM