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 A marker of Thomas James Reddy will be along West Boulevard to reflect his impact on the corridor.
Elvis Menayese
A new project in Charlotte’s West Boulevard corridor will display a mix of art and history. The project is a collaboration between the city and the people living in the corridor and will highlight important people, places and events that have impacted the area.
The mental health care system in North Carolina has been failing for years. Perhaps nowhere is that more evident than those who get caught up in the criminal justice system, out of sight, therefore out of mind for the general public and policymakers. Fractured explores this failing system.
  • The latest discussions over thwarting the expiration of the debt ceiling are going down to the wire. An agreement apparently reached between President Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy must still meet approval by Republicans and Democrats in Congress but the deadline for going into default is now June 5. Even if this agreement takes hold, we’ll face a similar crisis in 2024. Why do we keep doing something so important the same way over and over?
  • The first debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was described by analysts as a "hot mess" and "painful to watch."
    Gage Skidmore
    The two presidential frontrunners for 2024 are getting up in years as are many members of Congress. Mike Collins speaks with reporters from Insider's "Red, White, and Gray" series to look at what impact this may be having on how we’re governed.
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