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Charlotte Uprising says story of protests has been skewed 2:21

Charlotte Uprising says story of protests has been skewed

Were promises kept or broken one year after the Scott shooting? 1:14

Were promises kept or broken one year after the Scott shooting?

Maria becomes a Category 5 hurricane 0:31

Maria becomes a Category 5 hurricane

Chief Kerr Putney responds to officer-involved shootings in wake of Scott shooting 2:46

Chief Kerr Putney responds to officer-involved shootings in wake of Scott shooting

Has Bigfoot been spotted in NC? One resident says he caught it on camera in 2015. 0:23

Has Bigfoot been spotted in NC? One resident says he caught it on camera in 2015.

F-16 fighters fly over Bank of America Stadium 0:17

F-16 fighters fly over Bank of America Stadium

Lizard Man means business in Bishopville 2:06

Lizard Man means business in Bishopville

Orange alligator spotted in South Carolina, nicknamed 'Trump-A-Gator' 0:45

Orange alligator spotted in South Carolina, nicknamed 'Trump-A-Gator'

Game warden fires shot to free bucks locked by the antlers 0:58

Game warden fires shot to free bucks locked by the antlers

Deer fight in front of wildlife officers' trail camera 0:11

Deer fight in front of wildlife officers' trail camera

Major storm risks that could threaten Charlotte's water supply

Barry Gullet, director of Charlotte Water, talks about how the utility is prepared for a number of potential interruptions in service including a hurricane.
John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
Major storm risks that could threaten Charlotte's water supply 1:22

Major storm risks that could threaten Charlotte's water supply

CEOs respond to questions on how hospital partnership will affect 90,000 NC employees 3:11

CEOs respond to questions on how hospital partnership will affect 90,000 NC employees

UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare 6:42

UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare

CEOs say partnership will enhance healthcare in NC 1:27

CEOs say partnership will enhance healthcare in NC