Several Panthers players including Greg Olsen, Thomas Davis, Tre Boston and Coach Ron Rivera discussed their thoughts on the current protests and unrest in the Queen City.
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CMS has said counselors will be available to talk with children and students about the recent outbreaks of violence in Charlotte, but what do you say as a parent when your children come to you.
Following the recent violence throughout Charlotte in response to a deadly officer-involved shooting community and religious leaders are working to help the city heal and come together as one.
The second day of protests following the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott on Tuesday by a CMPD officer started peacefully in Uptown Charlotte Wednesday but turned very violent in the evening.
Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts speaks to WCCB’s Morgan Fogarty live on air during a second day of protests in Charlotte following the deadly shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Carolina Panthers’ Cam Newton speaks out about the recent protests in Charlotte following the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by a CMPD officer.
Police say a person was killed in an officer-involved shooting in the University area. Several officers injured by protestors.
CMPD Police Chief Kerr Putney and Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts held a news conference Wednesday morning following the fatal officer-involved shooting of a man in Charlotte.