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Caleb Kruckenberg, attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation, discusses a case filed on behalf of Frank Black and Charlotte, N.C.-based Southeast Investments.
Caleb Kruckenberg, attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation, discusses a case filed on behalf of Frank Black and Charlotte, N.C.-based Southeast Investments.
 
Candidates, former candidates, and grassroots activists converged on the Hal Marshall Annex building in Uptown Charlotte during the first day of in-person early voting in Mecklenburg County’s municipal elections on October 19.
Candidates, former candidates, and grassroots activists converged on the Hal Marshall Annex building in Uptown Charlotte during the first day of in-person early voting in Mecklenburg County’s municipal elections on October 19.
 
A three-judge panel of the North Carolina Court of Appeals heard arguments Tuesday in a suit brought by parents claiming that a Charlotte-area private school went woke and then expelled students of parents who disagreed.
A three-judge panel of the North Carolina Court of Appeals heard arguments Tuesday in a suit brought by parents claiming that a Charlotte-area private school went woke and then expelled students of parents who disagreed.
 
UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC Charlotte have won well-deserved praise from Heterodox Academy.
 
Over recent months, shopping malls in the Charlotte area have seen several incidents of criminal activity, which is part of a larger wave of offenses committed at other malls in large urban areas throughout the U.S.
Over recent months, shopping malls in the Charlotte area have seen several incidents of criminal activity, which is part of a larger wave of offenses committed at other malls in large urban areas throughout the U.S.
 
Michael Rappaport admits he was wrong about Trump
Michael Rappaport admits he was wrong about Trump
 
Discover the real cost of living in North Carolina for renters. Explore housing expenses, utilities, and budgeting tips.
Discover the real cost of living in North Carolina for renters. Explore housing expenses, utilities, and budgeting tips.
 
Heaven’s gain was our loss when our angel was called by our Lord. Mateo Eugene Puebla came into this world too soon and was taken too soon.
Heaven’s gain was our loss when our angel was called by our Lord. Mateo Eugene Puebla came into this world too soon and was taken too soon.
 
A federal court in California is likely to hear the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board's lawsuit against major social media companies.
A federal court in California is likely to hear the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board's lawsuit against major social media companies.
 
A $2.5-billion-dollar bond referendum is slated to be placed on the November ballot this year, as Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) looks for support to fund 30 different projects in the school district.
A $2.5-billion-dollar bond referendum is slated to be placed on the November ballot this year, as Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) looks for support to fund 30 different projects in the school district.
 
New state Supreme Court Justice Allison Riggs, in one of her final acts as a state Appeals Court judge, wrote a unanimous opinion favoring WBTV in a public records dispute with the city of Charlotte.
New state Supreme Court Justice Allison Riggs, in one of her final acts as a state Appeals Court judge, wrote a unanimous opinion favoring WBTV in a public records dispute with the city of Charlotte.
 
Charlotte’s office delinquency rates is at 30%, well above the national average of around 5%.
 
The state Supreme Court will not bypass an intermediate court's consideration of two parents' lawsuit against a Charlotte private school. Doug and Nicole Turpin accuse Charlotte Latin of expelling their children to retaliate against criticism of changes in the school's focus.
The state Supreme Court will not bypass an intermediate court's consideration of two parents' lawsuit against a Charlotte private school. Doug and Nicole Turpin accuse Charlotte Latin of expelling their children to retaliate against criticism of changes in the school's focus.
 
Charlotte has joined a list of major US cities who recently placed a formal bid to designate the Queen City as a nationally recognized regional tech hub.
Charlotte has joined a list of major US cities who recently placed a formal bid to designate the Queen City as a nationally recognized regional tech hub.
 
An Army Special Forces veteran from Gastonia is taking a second stab at running for Congress.
 
Charlotte officials urge the state Court of Appeals to overturn a lower court ruling favoring a suspended firefighter.
Charlotte officials urge the state Court of Appeals to overturn a lower court ruling favoring a suspended firefighter.
 
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board is suing owners of major social media platforms for contributing to a "mental health crisis" among American children.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board is suing owners of major social media platforms for contributing to a "mental health crisis" among American children.
 
A new court filing from two parents alleges that Charlotte Latin School "hatched a plan" to expel their two children after the parents questioned the school's operations.
A new court filing from two parents alleges that Charlotte Latin School "hatched a plan" to expel their two children after the parents questioned the school's operations.
 
In a split 2-1 ruling, the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals has revived a lawsuit against the city of Charlotte and a police officer who fatally shot a man in 2017.
In a split 2-1 ruling, the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals has revived a lawsuit against the city of Charlotte and a police officer who fatally shot a man in 2017.
 
A state Court of Appeals panel will decide whether Charlotte should have produced city council survey results more quickly when WBTV requested those results as public records.
A state Court of Appeals panel will decide whether Charlotte should have produced city council survey results more quickly when WBTV requested those results as public records.
 
“We have a responsibility to our party, our members, and donors to ensure that our energy, efforts, and financial resources are being used to support the candidates with the best chance of winning,” said David Merrill.
“We have a responsibility to our party, our members, and donors to ensure that our energy, efforts, and financial resources are being used to support the candidates with the best chance of winning,” said David Merrill.
 
Two groups representing private schools back Charlotte Latin at the N.C. Court of Appeals in the school's dispute with parents of two expelled students.
Two groups representing private schools back Charlotte Latin at the N.C. Court of Appeals in the school's dispute with parents of two expelled students.
 
Charlotte Airport, Spectrum Center, Other Requests Totaling Over $1 Billion in Financing Win Approval
 
Under state law, election officials must release the number of provisional ballots cast in each county by noon two days after each election.
Under state law, election officials must release the number of provisional ballots cast in each county by noon two days after each election.
 
"The founders understood that the Lockean natural rights of life, liberty, and property could only be preserved by educated people. Still, they also knew the corrupting threat to the republic posed by sprawling bureaucracies," said Foxx.
"The founders understood that the Lockean natural rights of life, liberty, and property could only be preserved by educated people. Still, they also knew the corrupting threat to the republic posed by sprawling bureaucracies," said Foxx.
 
The State Board of Elections offers the following tips for voters who go to the polls on Election Day – Tuesday, September 12 – for municipal elections in Charlotte (Mecklenburg County) and Sanford (Lee County).
The State Board of Elections offers the following tips for voters who go to the polls on Election Day – Tuesday, September 12 – for municipal elections in Charlotte (Mecklenburg County) and Sanford (Lee County).
 
Charlotte Pride, a leading LGBT pride organization in Charlotte, North Carolina, has listed a child sex offender as the recipient of its 2023 Harvey Milk Award for exceptional “LGBT+” advocacy.
Charlotte Pride, a leading LGBT pride organization in Charlotte, North Carolina, has listed a child sex offender as the recipient of its 2023 Harvey Milk Award for exceptional “LGBT+” advocacy.
 
The in-person early voting period for September 2023 municipal elections in Charlotte and Sanford begins Thursday, August 24, and ends Saturday, September 9.
The in-person early voting period for September 2023 municipal elections in Charlotte and Sanford begins Thursday, August 24, and ends Saturday, September 9.
 
The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) was recently saddled with allegations of misrepresentation and error over a newly proposed silver line transit route.
The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) was recently saddled with allegations of misrepresentation and error over a newly proposed silver line transit route.
 
TTX will invest $14.5 million and create 150 jobs in Mecklenburg County
 
Earlier this month, lawmakers introduced two 30-year tax extensions in Charlotte to help fund stadium renovations or build a new stadium for the Carolina Panthers.
Earlier this month, lawmakers introduced two 30-year tax extensions in Charlotte to help fund stadium renovations or build a new stadium for the Carolina Panthers.
 
Parents of two students expelled from the Charlotte Latin private school are asking the N.C. Court of Appeals to revive their lawsuit against the school. The parents complain about a "political" shift at the school in 2021.
Parents of two students expelled from the Charlotte Latin private school are asking the N.C. Court of Appeals to revive their lawsuit against the school. The parents complain about a "political" shift at the school in 2021.
 
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