A cellphone video from the wife of Keith Lamont Scott was released Friday, showing the moments before and after he was shot by a Charlotte police officer. She can be heard yelling for the police not to shoot him.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department officers on Friday morning arrested a Charlotte man accused of shooting and killing 26-year-old Justin Carr during protests in uptown on Wednesday night. Carr died after being shot in the head Wednesday while participating in demonstrations for Keith Lamont Scott.
Burley Mitchell’s comments, and his push for a full investigation of the bogus classes, heightened the tension between the Raleigh lawyer and his colleagues on the board of governors. Correspondence reveals leaders eager to move past the long-running scandal – and frustration with those who didn’t agree.
UNC system President Tom Ross was irked by The N&O’s story about the unidentified transcript, telling a board of governors member it contained nothing new. The discovery the next day that it was Peppers’ transcript showed otherwise.
Newly released correspondence reflects a mindset at UNC-Chapel Hill that doubted or disputed information pointing to the athletic roots of bogus classes. University lawyers missed or ignored an early clue that could have unraveled the scheme.
American seed and weed-killer company Monsanto and German medicine and farm chemical maker Bayer are combining in a deal that could help farmers produce higher yields to address challenges from global warming to rising food demand from a fast-growing global population.
An ill Hillary Clinton abruptly left a 9/11 anniversary ceremony Sunday and needed to be held up by three people before she appeared to stumble off a curb and was helped into a van. Several hours later, her campaign revealed she had been diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday and advised to rest.