Keith Scott

Boarded Up Windows Become Inspirational Art In Uptown Charlotte

By Kelly Meyers  It was just this time last week that we were assessing the damage done to our beautiful city of Charlotte when peaceful protests turned violent. Stores were looted. Buildings spray painted. Many windows were broken. But Charlotte is a vibrant city and the clean up immediately began. One hotel Uptown has decided to…

Keith Larson: A dream come true for Charlotte

Orginally Posted by The Charlotte Observer The furious crowd made up largely of African-American citizens packed Charlotte’s City Council chambers and for two hours filled the air with pointed calls for the resignation of the city’s liberal Democrat mayor and African-American police chief. Not your typical script or casting. Across the country a few days…

Family Releases Video of Shooting

(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) -- A video capturing the moments leading up to and following the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, which has sparked days of protests across the city of Charlotte, North Carolina, was released by the man's family Friday. In a cellphone video obtained by The New York Times, a woman identified as…

Photos: Charlotte in the Streets

Thursday night's demonstrations in uptown were largely peaceful and watched over by rifle-toting members of the National Guard. Here is a slideshow of images from the 3rd night of protests over the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.

Photos: Charlotte the Morning After

Uptown Charlotte was much quieter than a typical weekday this morning, thanks to businesses like Bank of America, Well Fargo and Duke Energy being closed. But by late morning, cleanup was well underway with contractors boarding up or replacing broken windows. Almost all of the broken glass had been removed, and other than some boarded up…