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  Firefighters surprise Harrisburg boy for his kindness

  Lifelong friends team up to help feed truck drivers in Concord area

  Woman opens mail to find medical bills ‘paid in full’ by strangers

This is Carolina: Hamburger Joe’s empties its walls of dollar bills to give to employees

  Millions in medical debt ‘paid in full’ by Charlotte church amidst coronavirus pandemic

Continued Coverage

  Neighbors hold birthday parade for N.C. 10-year-old who couldn’t have party

  VIRAL VIDEO: S.C. girl in wheelchair dances her heart out

  Career fair in Mecklenburg Co. Jail is getting the job done

On Your Side Tonight with Jamie Boll wins NCAB’s Outstanding Newscast Award

  ‘What life is like after a stroke, I’ve lived it.’ Charlotte doctor on her work to save people from strokes is personal

  ‘You have to be a little bit of a detective.’ Charlotte pediatrician on how to get kids to open up to their parents

  Charlotte man describes numbness that led to Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis

27-year-old Ben Cooper was just two weeks removed from getting married to his college sweetheart when he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.

  Forever Family: Meet Anthony

Forever Family: Meet Anthony

  Firefighters nurse tiny hummingbird back to health with bottle cap of water

"You can teach almost anyone how to be a firefighter, a medic or just about anything imaginable. What is virtually impossible to teach is compassion."

  Charlotte's 'Cat Cafe' celebrating success stories with adoptions

Mac Tabby Cat Cafe' has adopted out 86 cats since they've been open.

  VIDEO: Reporter Kristen Hampton goes viral testing out clip-on bangs

  Woman faces failure head-on with her own line of lipsticks

  'Punched by circles!' WBTV's Kristen Hampton tests Suction-Happy Facial Massage Cups

'Life's short': He left his full-time job to make banjos

  Oldest NC woman celebrates 113th birthday, but new info reveals she may be even older

  Rock Hill Schools announce Teacher of the Year at pep rally

  Man rescues marmoset monkey, trains him as emotional support animal

But perhaps the biggest smile "Spanky" brings is to his owner.

  Firefighters build bench for kids waiting at bus stop

Using donated materials and some of their own, the group from 'A Shift' crafted a hand-made bench in between calls.?

  Officer raising money for man he once arrested

It's one last thing he can do to assure his friend can rest in peace.

  Skittish rescue dog ran away, 3 years later, a tragic miracle brought her home

Colleen Sowers never gave up hope that one day, Honey would come back home. Sowers runs Peanut's Place Small Dog Rescue in Matthews. In 2014, Honey was adopted out to an owner in Sowers' neighborhood, but she escaped.

  'Prayer tree' brings hundreds of people together

Take a moment to read the prayers, it might just make your day.

  Little girl planning an unusual birthday party

When her mom suggested the idea, she went right for it.

  Animal control gets creative after running out of carriers following 100+ adoptions

It's a huge win for the shelter which sent out an alert last Friday, they were at full capacity with their cats and kittens and needed help to clear the shelter.

  Woman's mission of helping needs help

The pantry is growing crowded, and can't help as many people. They need space - and more volunteers.?

  Paramedic rescues baby squirrel, the two become 'friends'

It's Jesse Wolfram's job to save lives. The Charlotte MEDIC employee is a paramedic, and recently found himself attempting to save a life that wasn't human. "It had been outside in the rain for a long time and we weren't sure it was going to make it," Wolfram said.

  Adorable kittens need homes fast, so we made dating profiles for them

The shelter is hoping a little publicity might get folks to come and adopt all the adorable faces.?

  VIDEO: Man spends thousands on fireworks show 'to bring people together'

Wesley White doesn't mince words when jaws drop at the $3,000 price tag of his fireworks, "I love it. I don't regret it. I'm blessed to have it."

  Ivy the Aussie becomes internet star with incredible tricks

Ivy started gaining popularity on Instagram when her mom posted videos of the dog painting on canvas. That's when we first introduced you to the talented K9.

  Who put this sign in an abandoned parking lot?

The sign proclaimed its planted spot as the same spot the couple met.

The Bold & the Beautiful

Click here for a synopsis of The Bold and the Beautiful.

The Young and The Restless

Synopsis for recent episodes of The Young and the Restless.

  Two boys survive shooting, 'adopt' police officer who responded

The two brothers survived the shooting, but their lives were forever changed by the relationship they now have with one of the responding officers.

  Father challenges All-American football sons to a foot race for his 50th birthday

Benjamin, Uriah and Christian Lemay might not have expected their dad to win, but they certainly expected he'd at least show up and keep his promise he made to his sons.

  No need to call 911, this car is supposed to be driving in a lake

"Some people think I'm crazy, which you just about have to be to drive this thing," Morrison said.

  Huntersville kids hone their knowledge at 'Safety Town'

In the sessions, kids learn about gun safety, fire safety, and pedestrian safety with a life-like road course.

  Pregnant woman, past due date, attempts to 'dance baby out'

Hayley and her husband Matt videotaped their induction endeavor in hopes of making people smile, and also actually inducing the baby. Only the smiling part worked.?

  Kids explain the most beautiful reason they can't keep lemonade stand earnings

The idea of putting their earnings towards a good cause wasn't even debated.

  Receptionist ends school year with amazing intercom serenade

On Wednesday afternoon, Ballard picked up the intercom receiver and started the music to Etta James' "At Last."

  Why the raccoon climbing a skyscraper was one of the most important stories of the week

While people may not remember this story in a year, let's hope they never forget that time a raccoon brought the world together.

  Her age is sworn to secrecy, but she's owned the same clothing store for 65 years

She calls her customers "friends," and if you look around her store, it's clear that her friends adore her.

  VIDEO: Soldier returns home to grateful German Shepherd

In video taken by Morgan's parents, an excited Raina is seen showering her long lost dad with playful kisses and even rolling over for belly rubs.

  NICU nurse serenades stressed mother of twin preemies

Most parents wouldn't understand the stresses that come with having a baby in the neonatal intensive care unit. Charmaine Martin has two babies in the NICU at Carolinas Healthcare System in University City.

  WHO DID IT? Huntersville's "Cone Weed" mysteriously decorated for Christmas

The west side of the Town of Huntersville has a new shining star, and it's a weed. Just an old lowly weed that grew up over the summer inside of an orange safety cone on the side of the road.

  Young rooster and elderly goat become the best of friends

Four years ago, Billy was attacked by dogs and almost killed. His rehab took weeks. During that time, a young rooster named Samoa seemed to take a liking to the old guy.

Martial arts camp to prevent bullying

Giving children the confidence they need to outwit a bully is the goal of a Charlotte-area summer camp.PRO Martial Arts offers what it calls the ARMOR program, which according to it's website, is an "exclusive bullying and predator prevention program that teaches children how to stay safe in an increasingly dangerous world.".

Message for DIRECTV subscribers

A message for DIRECT TV subscribers about WBTV programming.

BREAKING: Raycom Media reaches agreement in principle with DIRECTV

DirecTV subscribers should begin receiving their favorite Raycom Media stations before 2:30 pm Eastern if not sooner.

CBS News: Dr. Maya Angelou dies at her Winston-Salem home

CBS News has confirmed that Dr. Maya Angelou has died at her Winston-Salem home.She was 86.A poet, author and civil rights legend, Angelou spent her latter years as a professor at Wake Forest University.More

This TV on WBTV

WBTV has launched a great set of programming on our second digital channel (3.3) -- the network is called This TV and features classic TV shows and great movies!

CRVA to review pay policies

The Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority is proud of the figures connected to this year's CIAA basketball tournament. Its Chief Executive Officer Tim Newman shared the news with board members this morning. "We

As the World Turns

Click here for a synopsis of As the World Turns.

Channel Listings

Click here for a list of our channel listings.

Special Primetime Programming for June 24

On June 24, WBTV will air a special movie and pre-empt CBS shows. Programming schedule update for Thursday, June 24 th

Game TV air times and WBTV programming changes

Find out when NCAA games will air on WBTV-TV and what will happen with the shows that normally appear during those times.

Where to find WBTV on Time Warner Cable

WBTV is changing channels on Time Warner digital cable (the changes will affect DIGITAL CUSTOMERS ONLY ).  We will remain "Channel 2" on Time Warner Cable for customers without a digital box.  Click here for more details...

2010 ACC Tournament games now underway

WBTV will air the 2010 ACC Tournament which starts Thursday, March 11.  On Thursday, March 11, WBTV will air ACC basketball from noon to 5 p.m.

Programming note for Tuesday, Jan. 26

WBTV will be airing the UNC @ NC State ACC Basketball Game tonight (1/26/10) from 9-11 p.m.  Regularly scheduled programming will air early Wednesday morning as follows: NCIS LA ( 2:37-3:37 a.m.) and The Good Wife (3:37-4:37 a.m.).

Turf War: Charlotte's 30 Year Battle

On Thursday April 9 th , Molly will be hosting a 30-minute special which looks into how Charlotte gang life began, and how it grew.  She'll investigate motorcycle gangs in the 1970's, to what went on in the 1980's, 1990's, the early part of this century and what we're looking at now.  Click here for more details...

FRIDAY PROGRAMMING NOTE

Due to tonight's rebroadcast of "WBTV: 60 Years On Your Side" from 9-10 pm, the CBS show "Medium" will air on Saturday from 3:32-4:32 am.

Press Release for 50th Anniversary

Click here to see the press release announcing the 50th Anniversary in 1999.

Timeline

WBTV Chronology FEBRUARY 1947 Jefferson Standard Broadcasting buys land on top of Spencer Mountain in Gaston County to serve as the transmitter site for WBT-FM radio. WBT General Manager Charles H.

DTV Transition

By law, full-power television stations nationwide must end their analog broadcasts and begin broadcasting exclusively in a digital format after June 12, 2009 . While the benefits of DTV are remarkable, millions of households that receive broadcast TV through antennas risk losing reception unless they upgrade and take the steps to receive a digital signal. Read our Frequently Asked Questions below for more information about how you can prepare for the switch to DTV.

Frequently Asked Questions

By law, full-power television stations nationwide must end their analog broadcasts and begin broadcasting exclusively in a digital format after June 12, 2009 . While the benefits of DTV are remarkable, millions of households that receive broadcast TV through antennas risk losing reception unless they upgrade and take the steps to receive a digital signal. Read our Frequently Asked Questions below for more information about how you can prepare for the switch to DTV.

CBS picks up "The Amazing Race" for its 15th sprint around the world

CBS has ordered the 15 th edition of the six-time Emmy Award-winning reality series THE AMAZING RACE, hosted by Phil Keoghan, for broadcast during the 2009-2010 season.

Due to overwhelming viewer feedback, WBTV will re-air the following special...

"The Point After with D&D: Lowe's Motor Speedway 50th Anniversary Special, A drive down memory lane" will re-air on Friday, June 12 at 8 p.m.  "Ghost Whisperer" will be pre-empted and will reair on Saturday, June 13 between 2:37 - 3:37 a.m.

Terms You Need to Know

Take this cheat sheet along when you go shopping.

What You Should Know Before You Buy

No need to feel overwhelmed by the Digital TV transition; here's what you need to know before you go shopping for updated equipment.

It's High Time for High-Def

With a federal deadline changing the way TV signals are broadcast less than two years away, now is the time to purchase an HDTV. This primer will help you figure out what to buy.

Title III--Digital Television Transition and Public Safety

The Title which sets a firm date of February 17, 2009 for the cessation of Analog broadcasts.

TV Types: Facts at a Glance

Confused about the differences between Analog, DTV and HDTV?  Get quick info here.

DTV Glossary

You don't need to learn a new language to read or talk about DTV.  Here's a glossary to help you understand what everyone's talking about!

DTV FAQs

Looking for information on DTV?  Check here for answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

WBTV to perform DTV test on Tuesday, April 14

WBTV will perform a shutdown of our analog signal on Tuesday, April 14 at approximately 7:30 p.m.  If you are ready for the "Big Switch" on June 12, you will not be affected by this test.

Programming schedule

Monday, April 6th 8-9 p.m. Countdown to the Championship (WBTV Local Sports Special) 9-11:30 p.m. NCAA Men's Basketball Championship Game (CBS) TIP TIME WILL BE AT APPROXIMATELY