With just a 5% turnout in Charlotte’s primary, is this “what democracy looks like?” Also, it highlights a phenomena where Republicans leave cities because they have no voice in their government, while Democrats flee because they did. Plus, casino gambling is stalling the adoption of the state budget. Listen Here:

Former North Carolina State Supreme Court judge Mike Morgan announced he is running for Governor. He’ll be up against the current Attorney General, Josh Stein, in the Democratic primary. Also, another leftwing activist gets appointed to the state’s high court. Listen Here:

Vandals have damaged two power substations in Moore County. Leaving many without power. AP News has more on the story:   Two power substations in a North Carolina county were damaged by gunfire in what is being investigated as a criminal act, causing damage that could take days to repair and leaving tens of thousands of […]

The Charlotte Observer wonders whether the annual parody show “Charlotte Squawks” can still be funny in today’s political climate. This story – along with an analysis of the Democratic primary – are good examples of how bias shapes news coverage.