Charlotte chief: Family will watch police video of shooting

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.

  • Written by MITCH WEISS, Associated Press JEFFREY COLLINS, Associated Press

APNewsBreak: Report questions Louisiana fish safety testing

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gulf oil spill recovery money intended for testing to ensure fish caught off Louisiana were safe for consumers instead paid for unnecessary iPads, cameras, boats and now-missing fishing equipment, state auditors said, calling the safety program so mismanaged it couldn't even declare if the catch was fit to eat.

  • Written by MELINDA DESLATTE, Associated Press

Zuckerberg, Chan pledge $3B to end disease

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a goal that's even more ambitious than connecting the entire world to the internet: He and his wife want to help eradicate all disease by the end of this century.

  • Written by BARBARA ORTUTAY, AP Technology Writer

Charlotte workers asked to stay home after night of violence

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Streets appeared calm early Thursday in downtown Charlotte after a second night of violent protests over the deadly police shooting of a black man, although at least three major businesses were asking their employees to stay home for the day as the city remained on edge.

  • Written by JEFFREY COLLINS, Associated Press