More Videos

Jail visitation by video 'is more secure' 0:56

Jail visitation by video "is more secure"

Charlotte Observer's  Joe Person gives his prediction on the Panthers/Bears game 1:27

Charlotte Observer's Joe Person gives his prediction on the Panthers/Bears game

Artist previews art installation at Novel Stonewall Station 2:43

Artist previews art installation at Novel Stonewall Station

The sweet smell of BBQ is in the air at Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church 1:04

The sweet smell of BBQ is in the air at Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church

Wells Fargo CEO answers questions about jobs that were shipped over seas 3:51

Wells Fargo CEO answers questions about jobs that were shipped over seas

She said, he said: How Cam Newton's low-risk practice routine affects him, the team 1:48

She said, he said: How Cam Newton's low-risk practice routine affects him, the team

Cameron Roseman-Sinclair interception seals Myers Park win 0:58

Cameron Roseman-Sinclair interception seals Myers Park win

​'We have a mass casualty incident.' First responders on deaths of 2 NC prison workers. 0:42

​'We have a mass casualty incident.' First responders on deaths of 2 NC prison workers.

FBI beefs up investigation into long-running mystery of missing NC girl

3:11

FBI beefs up investigation into long-running mystery of missing NC girl

Jews celebrate New Year, start of High Holy Days at Temple Beth El in Charlotte 1:28

Jews celebrate New Year, start of High Holy Days at Temple Beth El in Charlotte

  • Fourth night of protests peaceful in Charlotte

    Protesters marched peacefully through Charlotte’s streets on Friday night, after the widow of Keith Smith released cell-phone video of her husband’s shooting at the hands of police.

Protesters marched peacefully through Charlotte’s streets on Friday night, after the widow of Keith Smith released cell-phone video of her husband’s shooting at the hands of police. Brittany Peterson bpeterson@mcclatchy.com
Protesters marched peacefully through Charlotte’s streets on Friday night, after the widow of Keith Smith released cell-phone video of her husband’s shooting at the hands of police. Brittany Peterson bpeterson@mcclatchy.com

Staggered by protests, city regains its footing

September 23, 2016 5:51 AM

More Videos

Jail visitation by video 'is more secure' 0:56

Jail visitation by video "is more secure"

Charlotte Observer's  Joe Person gives his prediction on the Panthers/Bears game 1:27

Charlotte Observer's Joe Person gives his prediction on the Panthers/Bears game

Artist previews art installation at Novel Stonewall Station 2:43

Artist previews art installation at Novel Stonewall Station

The sweet smell of BBQ is in the air at Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church 1:04

The sweet smell of BBQ is in the air at Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church

Wells Fargo CEO answers questions about jobs that were shipped over seas 3:51

Wells Fargo CEO answers questions about jobs that were shipped over seas

She said, he said: How Cam Newton's low-risk practice routine affects him, the team 1:48

She said, he said: How Cam Newton's low-risk practice routine affects him, the team

Cameron Roseman-Sinclair interception seals Myers Park win 0:58

Cameron Roseman-Sinclair interception seals Myers Park win

​'We have a mass casualty incident.' First responders on deaths of 2 NC prison workers. 0:42

​'We have a mass casualty incident.' First responders on deaths of 2 NC prison workers.

FBI beefs up investigation into long-running mystery of missing NC girl

3:11

FBI beefs up investigation into long-running mystery of missing NC girl

Jews celebrate New Year, start of High Holy Days at Temple Beth El in Charlotte 1:28

Jews celebrate New Year, start of High Holy Days at Temple Beth El in Charlotte

  • Jail visitation by video "is more secure"

    Mecklenburg County Sheriff's office says the new system is more secure and provides ease of use. Inmate's rights advocates say face-to-face visits, even through glass, provide a connection that video can't.