The CEO of the YWCA of Asheville has quit, becoming the second Black woman in a month to leave a high-profile job with a mission of improving racial equity in the city.
It's unclear how far the SBI will go to seek information regarding the publication of leaked police body cam video.
Sean Devereux, a prominent Asheville defense attorney, is raising concerns about the integrity of Daryl Fisher, a candidate for Buncombe County sheriff.
The new video offers a fuller picture of the events in August 2017.
Simple Cafe and Juice Bar is coming to Haywood Road in West Asheville.
Asheville City Council will meet on Tuesday to consider taking more action.
James E. Ferguson II was a student at Stephens-Lee High School when he first started fighting for civil rights in the 1950s.
Somebody spay-painted the words "Black lives matter" in giant letters across the front of the Fraternal Order of Police lodge early Monday.
And more cases are under review, according to Buncombe County District Attorney Todd Williams.
In other developments, Asheville attorney Ben Scales holds a press conference to criticize District Attorney Todd Williams, and Asheville City Council members get use of force training by Asheville police.
Hundreds of residents attended a Wednesday night meeting to vent their anger.
Asheville City Council wants to know how the Asheville Police Department and its officers are affected by structural racism and implicit and explicit bias.
Who leaked the video to the Asheville Citizen-Times?
The actions of the Asheville Police Department officer are a step backward for the department, Mayor Esther Manheimer said.
The newspaper obtained body cam video that shows an Asheville Police Department officer beating and choking a man last summer.