The Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly passed a bill that removes the Jim Crow-era law that empowers sheriffs to deny citizens the ability to purchase firearms. Former Mecklenburg Sheriff Irwin Carmichael rips his successor, Mecklenburg Sheriff Garry McFadden, on this issue and the immigration enforcement topic from the previous evening. Listen Here:

The North Carolina legislature is running three new gun bills – two of which were passed but vetoed previously by the Democrat governor. One would remove the pistol purchase permits, another closes a loophole to allow church members to conceal carry, and a statewide gun safety campaign. Listen Here:

A continuation of the discussion about crime in Charlotte — including a call from Mark who said he was at the Northlake Mall during yesterday’s shooting, but then won a $2.5 million lottery scratch off on his way home. Plus, Stephen Gutowski at The Reload reports how the CDC deleted research at the behest of […]

Former CMPD Chief Kerr Putney joins Bo Thompson in studio talking about the number of guns discovered in passengers' carry-on luggage at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport, a "smart gun" that could keep one person's firearm from being used, or misused, by another person, and what Winter Weather Mode means for law enforcement personnel. 

In the second hour of the show, Pete - a concealed carry permit holder - actually has an ironic way that CMS Schools could fix their gun issues inside their walls - calling the NRA.

In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about the gun that went off at a CMS School to start the week and takes listener reactions on who should we find responsible for firearms finding their way into educational buildings.

WBT investigative reporter “Breaking” Brett Jensen joins Bo Thompson with breaking news of more guns found in Charlotte Mecklenburg schools and his take on the North Carolina state primary elections being delayed until May.

In the first hour of the show, Pete takes listener calls about how they would fix Charlotte Mecklenburg School's issues with students bringing guns to schools.