There’s no word on whether Vaughn is actually working with Santa to see which kids are being naughty or nice, but one this is for sure - this principal definitely won’t be getting coal in his stocking this Christmas.
Newton and the Bojangles’ crew served a hot meal to neighbors at the Men’s Shelter and distributed a gift pack including a $20 Bojangles’ gift card to more than 200 Shelter guests from Bojangles’ festive holiday boxes.
The six-year Navy veteran has taken up several causes in her community to help those who need it the most. From homelessness to women's empowerment, she does it all while holding down a full-time job. The problem was, she didn't have a car. That changed Friday night.
The Charlotte-area native talked about about how life changed the instant she was crowned Miss USA, her new job as a TV celebrity interviewer for “Extra” and what’s next if she wins — and if she doesn’t.
Studies show the way you feel on the inside can be impacted by how you look on the outside. Which is why one Charlotte barber is giving free haircuts to students at an elementary school. This isn’t about vanity, but about lifting kids up.
And now, he is not only focusing on being thankful because it is Thanksgiving, but because he is thankful to be alive, as this holiday marks four years since he was shot in the back and paralyzed by two men at an I-85 rest stop bathroom.
Novant Health is utilizing new technology to help physicians detect and treat a specific type of stroke faster. By cutting down the time to diagnose the stroke, they hope to see patients make better recoveries.
Atrium’s Levine Children’s Hospital is working to make medical procedures less stressful for kids by distracting them with engaging virtual reality. Children pop on goggles and are suddenly in another head space.
Joseph Pryor won’t have to worry about shelter for his family ever again. Today the retired U.S. Army Master Sergeant was given a mortgage-free home from Wells Fargo and the Military Warriors Support Foundation in Charlotte.
The family was chosen for Purple Heart Homes “Home Ownership Program.” The organization gets homes donated by banks, then contractors donate their time for renovations to accommodate the needs of the wounded veteran.
Riggs and hundreds of other teachers across the country emailed actress Kristen Bell, who plays Anna in the hit film Frozen. Each Friday, Bell selects winning teacher to feature and donate classroom supplies to.
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.