One of the biggest immediate impacts has been the release of about 200 people from the Buncombe County jail, a long-sought after goal by some local officials who want to convert the county jail from ...
The downtown police district proposal faced criticism when it was first proposed about two years ago.
The 20-year-old suspect is in jail, and other charges are pending, according to police.
Also, there are a couple of calls to artists out right now, and more.
The pilot program integrates the roles of ambassador, public safety official, medical responder and law enforcement liaison, according to the proposal.
Asheville City Council will meet on Tuesday to consider taking more action.
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.
Who leaked the video to the Asheville Citizen-Times?
The SBI declined to investigate the incident, saying too much time had passed to make an investigation effective.
The newspaper obtained body cam video that shows an Asheville Police Department officer beating and choking a man last summer.
Also, Walter Wells, who owned and operated the Well Groomed Barber Shop on Biltmore Avenue for half a century, died recently.
Also, Blue Ridge Public Radio is hiring a full-time regional reporter, and more.
Asheville airport officials are set to begin a couple of studies that will likely lead to an expansion of the terminal.
The recent comments of two Buncombe County government officials have shed a bit more light into changes made since a federal investigation into former county manager Wanda Greene.
An FBI investigation into former Buncombe County Manager Wanda Greene was confirmed in August, and a steady stream of revelations have followed.
Also, two high profile murder cases were in the news recently, and much more.
Also, the Merrimon Avenue Ingles in North Asheville is set for a major renovation, and much more.
Also, a local lingerie maker is opening a new retail location in West Asheville, and much more.
Also, Wicked Weed donates $75,000 to Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity, and more.
Also, White Labs is hiring a sous chef, and more.
Also, the city of Asheville has two finalists for its new equity and inclusion manager, and more.
Also, Hi-Wire has replaced a pale ale with a new IPA as a year-round flagship beer, and more.
Some fun facts about the making of "Masterminds" in and around Asheville.
Also, there's a new Asheville art studio tour, and more.
Police have arrested and charged a Marshall man with first-degree murder in the death of 62-year-old Tina Kessinger.
Alternate headline - "Graffiti in Asheville: it's still an issue."
The community is coming together to support Alexandra King and Tatianna Diz.
Two young Asheville women have been missing for more than a week.
Some business owners are worried about downtown crime.
The players have been cleared, but their budding baseball careers are most likely over.
The heist comedy based on a true story is due out later this year and stars Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis.
The homicide case has garnered national media attention.
Also, a cheese fest, a craft market and more.
Tommi Crow had hired the daughter of a prominent Asheville accountant. Turns out she also hired a thief.
Also, a sexual assault is reported in West Asheville, new buchi bar in downtown is close to opening, and more.
Asheville police arrested two 20-something men recently. Meantime, somebody tagged the beautiful trout mural on the side of Hunter Banks.
The arrest follows increased community attention and concern about graffiti in Asheville.
The woman asked for library quiet and got punched in the face for it. "Much yelling ensued."
Robert G. Castillo II, known around Asheville as DJ Rob, spins records and tends bar at venues around town.
The latest in a wave of break-ins around Asheville happened Sunday morning and ended in the shooting death of a suspect.
An Asheville resident told police her home was invaded by a crazy, white-haired, pot-bellied old man. Turns out it wasn't Councilman Cecil Bothwell, despite the similarities.
Two 23-year-old relief pitchers were charged with raping a woman early Saturday at their apartment on Ascot Point Circle.
The 15th anniversary of the Wolfe House fire is coming up later this month.
Honey, they shrunk an Asheville Urban Trail stop.