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CMPD releases some audio from police radios of shooting of Keith Lamont Scott

Charlotte Shooting Protests

Historian: Roots of Charlotte’s protests can be traced to city’s past

Brenda Tindal, staff historian at Charlotte’s Levine Museum of the New South, spoke Wednesday night to a standing-room-only crowd of about 100. She said most of the answers to questions about last week’s protests can be found in the city’s own history, from the urban renewal that uprooted historic black neighborhoods in the 1960s and ‘70s to now-nearly-forgotten police shootings of black motorists in the 1990s.

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Druid Hills students visit CMPD academy

Retiring CMPD Officer Vernon Cathcart, former school resource officer at Druid Hills Academy, arranged for students at the inner-city school to visit the police and fire training academy in hopes they'll grow less mistrustful of police, especially now in the wake of the unrest over the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.

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Your car knows a lot about you – and it’s telling others

Newer cars that connect to the internet can collect vast amounts of data about drivers and share it with the car companies. A new report says that data could be worth $450 billion to $750 billion globally by 2030 as automakers, insurers, high-tech firms, city planners and advertisers are among those who could use data to refine services.

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Komen Race for the Cure

Race for the Cure in Charlotte is celebrating its 20th Anniversary. In 1997 a handful of women launched the first race at the Mint Museum. The anticipated 1,000 participants but there were 2,300. The hoped to raise $100,000 but got closer to $200,000.The first race was launched by Penelope Wilson.



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Druid Hills students visit CMPD academy

Retiring CMPD Officer Vernon Cathcart, former school resource officer at Druid Hills Academy, arranged for students at the inner-city school to visit the police and fire training academy in hopes they'll grow less mistrustful of police, especially now in the wake of the unrest over the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.
Davie Hinshaw The Charlotte Observer
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Druid Hills students visit CMPD academy

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Trial set for December in alleged UNC sexual assault

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Keith Lamont Scott shooting 911 tape

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Scott shooting radio traffic

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