Also, N.C. Sen. Terry Van Duyn is elected minority whip, and more.
Also, speculation continues to mount that Republicans could shift course and expand Medicaid for North Carolina.
A department already burdened with low morale and a high number of vacancies is also facing another vexing issue: improving its pay structure for officers. A review is underway.
Also, a water slide event in downtown Asheville, the dark side of the holidays and Frugal Backpacker opens.
Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer, Police Chief William Anderson and others are all targets in the commentary getting passed around.
Officer Mark Byrd lays it all out in a federal lawsuit. Read the documents here.
The Asheville Police Department wants your help in establishing its goals and objectives for the next three years. Meeting is Wednesday.
Pete Kaliner says the officer who claims coercion has a recording to the conversation.
The weight of criticism of the Asheville Police Department leadership is only getting heavier.
Former police chief Will Annarino says he's "appalled and saddened" by council's lack of leadership, and by the deterioration of a once proud police agency.
Lt. Bill Wilke stood up for integrity Tuesday. It was a strikingly bold move, considering all the cowering in Asheville City Hall.
Asheville Police Department Lt. Bill Wilke says Chief William Anderson and another officer wanted him to lie about facts surrounding a car crash the police chief's son was involved. Wilke says he told Gary Jackson, ...
The city hired police Chief William Anderson last year, but city officials didn't stop there. The chief's wife and son also landed taxpayer-funded jobs.
The way that Police Chief William Anderson handled a January wreck involving a patrol officer upset some.
Why is this important? Simply put, this case calls into question the level of trust the public should have in Chief William Anderson