Judge Orders Release of Uptown Protest Video In Area Where Justin Carr Was Shot

Video footage captured the night Justin Carr was shot and killed in uptown Charlotte has been released. Doug Miller of the Charlotte Observer petitioned that footage from Sept. 21, 2016, - the night Carr was shot in front of the Omni Hotel - be made public. Superior Court Judge Robert Ervin signed off on the order today. The order also stated that CMPD has to wait three hours after the recordings are released to the petitioner before the recordings can be posted on its website.

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NC Lawmakers Approve Lottery

Aug 30, 2005

(8/30/05) After 20 years of discussion, North Carolina lawmakers have finally passed a state-run lottery to benefit education. The state Senate debated Tuesday afternoon, then was deadlocked in a 24-24 vote. Lieutenant Governor Beverly Perdue, the Senate's presiding officer, cast the tie-breaking vote in favor of the lottery. Two Republican senators who had opposed the lottery earlier were absent for Tuesday's vote. Senators Harry Brown of Onslow County and Robert Garwood of Wilkes County both received excused absences.

Lessons From The Kitchen

Feb 25, 2005

This year, the annual observance of "Black History Month" has WFAE commentator Amy Rogers remembering her childhood and one woman who played a very important role in it. 

Facing Unemployment In 2005

Jan 5, 2005

(1/5/05) The new year is nicely underway and for most people that means going back to work after some time off for the holidays. For WFAE commentator Gerry Soud it means more time swimming in the unsettled waters of unemployment.

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How Can People Interact With Those of Different Races, Beliefs, Etc.?

A listener wrote to us not long ago asking what could be done to compel Charlotteans to regularly interact with residents of different races, classes, lifestyles, and beliefs.

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Charlotte Homicides In 2017 - A Look At The Victims

WFAE is tracking Charlotte’s homicides, and remembering the victims, through this interactive timeline.