More Videos

Chief Putney emphasizes the importance of body cameras in improving community relations 1:16

Chief Putney emphasizes the importance of body cameras in improving community relations

'Kneel-In' outside Bank of America Stadium 1:25

'Kneel-In' outside Bank of America Stadium

​'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.

NASCAR drivers at  Charlotte Motor Speedway for Roval tire test 1:27

NASCAR drivers at Charlotte Motor Speedway for Roval tire test

Carolina Panthers Russell Shepard wants to help open up the run game 0:32

Carolina Panthers Russell Shepard wants to help open up the run game

Carolina Panthers Devin Funchess is making the most of his opportunties 0:34

Carolina Panthers Devin Funchess is making the most of his opportunties

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

Charlotte couple reunited after 60+ years apart 3:43

Charlotte couple reunited after 60+ years apart

Yellow Anaconda doesn't stand a chance against this Florida police detective 2:26

Yellow Anaconda doesn't stand a chance against this Florida police detective

  • I-77 toll lane construction continues

    Many north Mecklenburg residents have lambasted the toll lanes as unfair. Others are upset that the project isn’t adding any extra free lane capacity to I-77 and that all of the expansion is with new express toll lanes.

Many north Mecklenburg residents have lambasted the toll lanes as unfair. Others are upset that the project isn’t adding any extra free lane capacity to I-77 and that all of the expansion is with new express toll lanes. Davie Hinshaw The Charlotte Observer
Many north Mecklenburg residents have lambasted the toll lanes as unfair. Others are upset that the project isn’t adding any extra free lane capacity to I-77 and that all of the expansion is with new express toll lanes. Davie Hinshaw The Charlotte Observer

Public anger over I-77 toll lanes could be reason to kill contract, DOT consultant says

August 10, 2017 6:48 PM

More Videos

Chief Putney emphasizes the importance of body cameras in improving community relations 1:16

Chief Putney emphasizes the importance of body cameras in improving community relations

'Kneel-In' outside Bank of America Stadium 1:25

'Kneel-In' outside Bank of America Stadium

​'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.

NASCAR drivers at  Charlotte Motor Speedway for Roval tire test 1:27

NASCAR drivers at Charlotte Motor Speedway for Roval tire test

Carolina Panthers Russell Shepard wants to help open up the run game 0:32

Carolina Panthers Russell Shepard wants to help open up the run game

Carolina Panthers Devin Funchess is making the most of his opportunties 0:34

Carolina Panthers Devin Funchess is making the most of his opportunties

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

Charlotte couple reunited after 60+ years apart 3:43

Charlotte couple reunited after 60+ years apart

Yellow Anaconda doesn't stand a chance against this Florida police detective 2:26

Yellow Anaconda doesn't stand a chance against this Florida police detective

  • 'Kneel-In' outside Bank of America Stadium

    Pastors and community leaders gathered to protest police brutality and economic disparities in Charlotte and across the country on Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, outside Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC. The protest led up to the start of the Carolina Panthers vs Philadelphia Eagles game.