More Videos

This video is how Charlotte pitched itself to Amazon and came up short 5:31

This video is how Charlotte pitched itself to Amazon and came up short

Huge crowds at Charlotte Women's March 2018 1:59

Huge crowds at Charlotte Women's March 2018

The Women's March in Charlotte. How it came to be, and where it's going. 2:26

The Women's March in Charlotte. How it came to be, and where it's going.

What happens when the government shuts down? 1:38

What happens when the government shuts down?

Why toilets might be the one thing that holds back growth in Charlotte's hottest areas 1:38

Why toilets might be the one thing that holds back growth in Charlotte's hottest areas

Here's what Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker said about the possibility of a trade 3:13

Here's what Charlotte Hornets guard Kemba Walker said about the possibility of a trade

Charlotte Hornets' Nicolas Batum speaks about Kemba Walker's value to team 1:36

Charlotte Hornets' Nicolas Batum speaks about Kemba Walker's value to team

One of the most famous shipwrecks, treasure may have been found off NC coast. Here is the evidence. 2:30

One of the most famous shipwrecks, treasure may have been found off NC coast. Here is the evidence.

Here's what Panthers coach Ron Rivera said about dismissals, Mike Shula 1:15

Here's what Panthers coach Ron Rivera said about dismissals, Mike Shula

Berger reacts to gerrymandering ruling 2:02

Berger reacts to gerrymandering ruling

  • Roy Cooper thanks supporters at victory rally

    VIDEO: Governor-elect Roy Cooper thanks supporters during a victory rally Tuesday evening, Dec. 6, 2016 at the McKimmon Center in Raleigh, N.C. Cooper, a Democrat and the state’s attorney general, had a lead of 10,293 votes over Gov. Pat McCrory in nearly final election tallies on the State Board of Elections website Monday evening.

Roy Cooper thanks supporters at victory rally

VIDEO: Governor-elect Roy Cooper thanks supporters during a victory rally Tuesday evening, Dec. 6, 2016 at the McKimmon Center in Raleigh, N.C. Cooper, a Democrat and the state’s attorney general, had a lead of 10,293 votes over Gov. Pat McCrory in nearly final election tallies on the State Board of Elections website Monday evening.
Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com