CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Brad Keselowski chugged his cold Miller Lite, the beer splashing down the side of his face as NASCAR chairman Brian France watched with amusement as his newest ambassador celebrated the crowning […]
A 12-year-old Cherryville boy who was hospitalized for more than a month because of an E. coli outbreak at the Cleveland County Fair is home. Jordan McNair walked out of Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte […]
Opening the season with three of four games against division rivals could be a good thing for the Panthers, even after suffering a tough loss to the Buccaneers in Week 1. That’s because the Saints are rip to be dethroned as NFC South champs because of Bounty Gate.
Charlotte’s sports emotions seem to be running high after last night’s NBA draft. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist was either a love-him or hate-him pick. Let’s be honest, though: other than Anthony Davis, there wasn’t a clear-cut number two.
This past week a new proposal was presented to give the Charlotte Knights $8.5 million in city money to help build a new stadium uptown. As I heard this news, I thought, “Do we really need another stadium uptown?” Is this a good idea, or a shot in the dark to bring in a MLB franchise?
So what is in a name? Well, to the people at bringbackthebuzz.com, it means a great deal. The guys at Bring Back the Buzz have started a grassroots movement to help bring the Hornets name back to Charlotte. So, what exactly would that mean for Charlotte and the basketball community here?
Check out the Top prep stars list from across North Carolina that will take the court at the 2011 Jordan Brand Classic Regional Team in Time Warner Cable Arena on Saturday, April 16!