A South Carolina woman’s passionate and heartfelt video after an encounter with a woman on her delivery route and her message to help others in need has gone viral, with the video amassing more than 14 million views.
According to school officials, the decision to delay classes was made in consultation with experts guiding an evaluation and remediation of suspected mold in some of the university’s residence halls, Classes are being delayed to allow the school sufficient time to complete the work.
2019 promises to be a big year for the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners. It’s the first time the county goes through the revaluation process since 2011, when residents complained about drastic tax hikes and the county manager was fired.
Remember that massive sinkhole that sits in the middle of a private Denver Road? We first reported on it in November and because an anonymous married couple is in the giving mood, the neighborhood will have enough money to begin fixing it.
The complex was started more than a decade ago when the city decided not to take a wrecking ball to a closed down factory building. Instead, the building was renovated and now houses NC Works, a library, meeting space and more.
In 1981, Cameron was hired by WBTV News as a sports reporter where he would begin a commitment to serving the greater Charlotte community for decades to come. He would also form lasting relationships with those he worked closely with.
This Made Man award has been given out in Philadelphia and will be handed out in Washington, DC. The African American men of Charlotte say it doesn't help motivate young African American boys to be great if they are constantly surrounded by negative images of a Black Man.
WBTV is proud to partner with Operation Toys for Tots with Sharonview Federal Credit Union for the 2018 Holiday season. The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is to help bring the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope to America’s less fortunate children.
He’s doing his part to make sure hundreds of kids in the Queen City follow their passions through Inspire the Fire, a program that introduces art and the stage to kids, anywhere from 10 to 19 years old.
This group supports eight local hospitals throughout both Carolinas. They provide hats, inspirational hearts for bonding and blankets throughout the year. But at Halloween, they get a little extra creative.
It’s a reality for many of our neighbors here in Mecklenburg County - those who live on the financial edge every month. For them, buying allergy and cold medicine or band aids takes a backseat to paying their bills and putting food on the table.
“Serving starts at 10 a.m. Oct. 25 and continues until sold out, typically around 6 p.m. There will be four drive-thru take-out lines in operation,” organizers say. Complimentary coffee will be served to guests on-site.
Ferguson’s nationally-renowned law firm, Ferguson, Chambers and Sumter has tackled police brutality, police misconduct, discrimination in education, and other civil rights cases. Ferguson says 50 years later, there is still work to do.
The board won the award because of the district's Academic Achievement, School Board Performance, Community Engagement, and Educational Equity. Board leaders say this award means a lot and shows they are making a difference.
There are several shelters opening up across much of the Carolinas and the WBTV-viewing area as hundreds of thousands of people evacuate the North Carolina and South Carolina coast ahead of Hurricane Florence.