Brigida Mack leaves ‘Good Day Charlotte’

The Charlotte native and longtime local news personality said she's excited to explore new beginnings.
By Kallan Louis | January 10, 2021

Remembering Thereasea Elder, Mecklenburg County’s first Black public health nurse

Elder died Tuesday, age 93, leaving a legacy of service in the county's Black communities.
By Jonathan Limehouse | January 6, 2021

Catching up with Clarence Boston: he left Charlotte to open one of Georgia’s first Black-owned breweries

"It's Chocolate City down here," Boston says, comparing Atlanta and its Black business climate to Charlotte.
By Katrina Louis | January 6, 2021

7 interesting people we met in 2020

Some of our favorite people stories of 2020.
By Katrina Louis | December 29, 2020

2020 couldn’t stop DaBaby’s rock star year

The Charlotte rapper dominated music charts and remained a trending topic in an unprecedented year.
By Kallan Louis | December 28, 2020

Rev. Dwayne Walker on receiving $50,000 donation, contracting Covid-19 and more

Little Rock A.M.E. Zion Church received the large donation a week before the Christmas holiday.
By Katrina Louis | December 21, 2020

Gas station workers face safety challenges during pandemic

Cashiers at gas stations and convenience stores aren’t typically who we think of as essential workers. How they stay safe on the job isn't easy.
By Gracyn Doctor, WFAE | December 16, 2020

Hornets’ President, CIAA Commissioner talk joining sports leadership council, Covid effect and increasing tourism

Fred Whitfield and Jacqie McWilliams are among the 31 individuals part of the North Carolina Sports Leadership Council. The group is helping to increase sports event tourism across the state.
By Jonathan Limehouse | December 15, 2020

She hired her first employees a week before the pandemic arrived. How has business fared since then?

Destini Gilliam's story is indicative of a much bigger narrative that has impacted Black businesses, specifically those owned by Black women.
By Katrina Louis | December 11, 2020

With a second chance, Dave Moore pays it forward to at-risk youth and returning citizens

Dave Moore served a three-year sentence for selling drugs. But past mistakes won't define him or those who join his auto body repair program.
By Jonathan Limehouse | December 10, 2020