A police lieutenant is speaking out about what he says are new problems with the Asheville Police Department’s controversial evidence room.
Forty-four officers signed the petition, which outlined why the department's leadership is not working and how it's creating a public safety hazard.
The little-known state office is tasked with maintaining good government in North Carolina. A CPP investigation of the commission's first seven years ...
Papers filed by Sheriff Keith Lovin and the SBI follow the troubled trail of cash and guns seized by two now-defunct WNC drug task forces. Meanwhile, ...
About 100 people gathered on of Pack Square wearing red and protesting police brutality and racial injustice late Sunday evening in a precursor to a larger rally scheduled for Aug. 30.
How much are North Carolina’s citizens permitted to know about the government and corporate operations that could affect their daily lives? A slew of new state legislation addressed that question.
Asheville Police Chief William Anderson and Buncombe County Sheriff Van Duncan spoke at length at the forum on how law enforcement should and should not engage in use of force, with input from a civil rights attorney and some tensions arisi ...
With the North Carolina budget released close to midnight on Wednesday, more details are now known about the direction state lawmakers want to take spending -- including how teacher pay and Medicaid will fare in the coming year.
While finding the APD in compliance with most of the criteria for a national criminal-information network, the bureau, in a newly published review from last year, documented the department's shortcomings in securing key data.
Published for the first time in its entirety, the Asheville Police Department's evidence room audit may be read, reviewed, shared and downloaded here -- following years of political and legal debate over whether it should be made public.