School resource officer Danny Baker is no stranger to winning high honors for his work as an SRO. Last year, he was named North Carolina’s State School Resource Officer of the Year, but this year he’s been chosen as the best in the country; National School Resource Officer of the Year.
There’s a goat in Gaston County making a name for himself on social media, you might have even seen some of his videos on Facebook. With such a large following, you’d think he’d be a dancing goat or be able to perform some kind of trick, but that’s not it. Billy Gotti the Goat, makes people happy.
An organization in Monroe called Two Hearts One Language believes that can change lives. It pairs people who have experienced trauma with horses. The people who have tried it say it helped them heal and realize their inner strength.
Women are breaking barriers in law enforcement, the military, and taking executive jobs in a variety of industries. But in Charlotte, we found one field that with about 1,000 operational employees, where only three percent are women. That’s why Cindy Bonham is so unique.
Doctors didn’t think he’d live... and if he did by some chance survive, they didn’t think he’d ever walk or speak again. Now 21 months later, not only is Jackson walking on his own - he sounded out his first words since the 2017 crash.
An incredible update to a story we brought you on Friday. We introduced you to an elderly couple in Gaston County -- dealing with rain and cold air flowing into their home because of a large hole in the roof.
Kristen Soni and her husband Kaiten are counting their blessings after they found out they were pregnant last year. They weathered a number of setbacks including ten miscarriages in between their first and second daughters.
Two Hickory Grove-Sharon Elementary School teachers spent Christmas break researching how they could use the school’s 3-D printer to make a prosthetic finger for a student who lost her own finger in an accident earlier in the year.
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.
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.
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.