The CIAA announced on Friday afternoon that basketball tournament will remain in Charlotte in 2017, but the conference is relocating eight of 10 events out of the state. The conference is joining other athletic conferences in moving their tournament events out of the state to show their disapproval of HB 2. In a statement the […]

VIA CIAA Communications Thursday morning’s Rickey Smiley Morning Show has been cancelled; the CIAA Career Expo will operate on a two-hour delay at the Charlotte Convention Center. The Expo will be held from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Breakout Sessions will take place from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. All afternoon games and events will begin […]

  CIAA and Radio One Charlotte’s Praise 100.9/92.7 FM are partnering with the 15th St. Church of God to help feed less fortunate families for the holidays through their canned food drive. The Charlotte community is invited to bring canned foods to donate. Join Bishop Wade Ferguson of the 15th St. Church of God and […]

A triumphant Charlotte mayor Patrick Cannon and city officials basked in today’s announcement that the CIAA will remain in Charlotte for six years and move its headquarters here. Few financial details were released about the deal. However, the city, county and Charlotte Regional Visitors Association did announce that $1.4 million in funding annually. CIAA Commissioner […]