Powermongering Ruins Anything

Whatever reforms are made to reimagine police departments won’t work without effective checks and balances to turn jealousy and power against themselves.

Officer Honored for Saving a Life

The Woodfin Commissioners honored Woodfin Police Detective Jason Gregg.

Rifles, K9 Gear: Latest Stand TALL Donations

Non-profit group Stand TALL donates money to local law enforcement agencies for equipment, training and other needs.

“Madison Doesn’t Want Any Part of Asheville”

Madison County residents vocalized their support for law enforcement.

Fraternal Order of Police President Wants Adult Conversation about Policing

Local Fraternal Order of Police President Rondell Lance weighed in on the Asheville Police Department’s recently announced cuts in services. Lance says officers are quitting by the numbers because leadership is caving to protesters, whose requests will harm the community.

Towns Say County Threatened to Halt 911 Service

Buncombe County is threatening to cut off law enforcement dispatching, according to Woodfin and Weaverville officials.

Slain Officers Honored in Local Memorial

Henderson County has dedicated its Law Enforcement Center in honor of Ryan Hendrix, a deputy fatally shot by a suspect last September who is the latest local face of violence against officers.

‘Back the Blue’ Auto Parade Nov. 14

The “Back the Blue” auto parade will be in Hendersonville this Saturday, November 14, featuring antique and collectible autos and motorcycles in a parade to benefit local law enforcement.

Let’s not forget the murdering of 6,000 blacks

Its a powerful phrase, “Black Lives Matter;” however, there is far more that needs to be done than just riot for those who are serious about black lives.