Keith Lamont Scott

Police Chief Kerr Putney prematurely declared the man's death Wednesday night, but later corrected the statement early Thursday morning. The city also corrected the news on their Twitter account.

Sherman's comments on Wednesday are starkly different from previous comments he made in July 2016, when he doubled down on previous "all lives matter" comments in response to the rally cry, "Black Lives Matter."

B.J. Murphy discusses the latest developments on the ground in Charlotte following a night of unrest.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Charlotte’s police chief said Thursday he plans to show video of an officer shooting a black man to the slain man’s family, but the video won’t be immediately released to the public. Charlottte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney told reporters during a news conference that the video does not definitively show 43-year-old […]

Authorities rushed the man to Carolinas Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.