Top Charlotte news: Number of out-of-state protesters grows; man's fall sparks questions; more

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Charlotte.

Protesters gather for peaceful demonstration near SouthPark Mall

Several dozen people assembled, chanting, "I can't breathe" as part of their protest.

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Jail records: Number of protesters arrested in Charlotte from out of state grew from Friday to Saturday

Based on addresses listed on the jail's website, all of the people arrested were from the Charlotte area on Friday night, but that wasn't the case on Saturday.

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Uptown business owner victim of looting during protests: “It was disheartening”

"It's your worst nightmare to see on the screen everything you've worked for being burglarized," the small business owner said.

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Man's fall sparks questions about who keeps sidewalk grates safe in uptown Charlotte

Firefighters were called in to rescue a man who fell through a sidewalk grate in uptown Charlotte in the middle of protests over the death of George Floyd.

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