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1. Video: Charlotte man dies after Food Lion robbery holding gun as he walks away from officers
Police body camera footage released today shows a man in Charlotte — Was shot and killed by police last year after robbing a grocery store — while walking away from officers holding a gun.
The image is consistent with what the District Attorney found in his review of mass shootings and contradicts part of police officer Charlotte-Mecklenberg’s statement after the shooting
Julia Medal Keep updating this story.
2. Charlotte’s troubled transportation agency puts the head of rail operations on leave.
More chaos around the Charlotte Area transit system.
CATS head of rail operations Deltrin Harris to step down from administration ready to pay, a spokesperson for the agency said today. His death came a year after a light rail on the Blue Line derailed.This was an event that was not revealed to the city council and the public until earlier this year.
Jenna Contino Contains the latest news from CATS
3. Charlotte gets 300 new jobs at the headquarters of an Italian tech company in the US EV sector.
The Charlotte job market is about to get a boost.
Alpitronics Americas LLCItalian manufacturer of high-powered electric vehicle charging stations to open headquarters and service center in Mecklenburg CountyGovernor Roy Cooper said today.
“Our state is developing a growing electric mobility supply chain. with support from another clean energy company,” Cooper said in a statement.
Catherine Muschigrosso Share more in announcing
4. The deadly South Park fire is still under investigation. Here’s everything you need to know.
Many people are still searching for answers after A deadly fire in South Park last week.
The Fire investigations can take weeks or months.According to fire officials in Charlotte and elsewhere
Evan Moore run through what we know
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