On Your Side Tonight

  27 new U.S. citizens welcomed in Charlotte on Independence Day

  N.C. Senator speaks after experiencing large earthquake in Southern California

  Is the Charlotte housing market evening out? Here’s three things to know.

  From traffic to poverty, 64-year-old report shows Charlotte’s growth issues are nothing new

  A look at ‘Instagram walls’ and how social media is changing where we spend our time

  The possibility of Major League Soccer in Charlotte

Continued Coverage

  A look at the fast-growing tech industry in Charlotte

  CATS and Carowinds team up to help provide transportation for summer jobs

  Atrium Health, Novant Health team up to fight HIV in Mecklenburg County

  Preparing your dog for the Fourth of July: What you need to know

  One-on-One with the highest paid CEO in Charlotte

  ‘If it helps one person then I’m satisfied.’ Brigida Mack’s father on cancer diagnosis and men’s health

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

WBTV News is proud to announce the On You Side Tonight team has won the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters (NCAB) Outstanding Newscast Award.

  The Excelsior Club gets referred to city’s Economic and Development Committee

Monday, Charlotte City Council unanimously referred The Excelsior Club to the city's Economic and Development Committee. At -Large City Councilman James Mitchell is the chair. He will instruct city staff to see how much money it will take to bring the building back up to code.

  Senior Stories: Srivishnu Turamalla

Srivishnu Turamalla is graduating from Mallard Creek High School - and he’s already got a long list of achievements.

  Ted Koppel of CBS Sunday Morning sits down with WBTV

Revered journalist Ted Koppel sat down with WBTV's Steve Crump during a trip to Charlotte for a fundraising event.

  County approved big uptown redevelopment 3 years ago. Now some leaders want out.

  ‘It was just amazing to see the response.’ Charlotte doula sees spike in business after WBTV series airs

  Cold office temperatures may affect women’s productivity at work, study says

  Man dedicated to not let 16-year-old’s felony charge define his life

  Do mosquitoes bite certain people more than others? One Charlotte expert says yes.

  The power of Palliative Care: ‘Anytime we’ve got our feet knocked off beneath us, it was brought back to us in such great blessings’

  CMPD takes ‘Bridge The Difference’ conversation to business executives

Police have been going directly to where people are to have conversations about officers and the communities they serve -- as well as police issues on the streets.

Overprocessed foods add 500 calories to your diet every day, causing weight gain

A shocking 61% of American adults get their total diet from ultraprocessed foods, according to the study published in the journal Cell Metabolism.

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

High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a big problem in the U.S. among men. It’s also the single most important risk factor of stroke. And, for men - the risk of stroke is higher and more dangerous.

  ‘We don’t ever want to be looked at as ‘bad’ or ‘wrong’ or ‘defective’: Charlotte therapist on removing stigma around Mental Health

May has been designated as Mental Health Awareness Month since 1949 in an effort to remove the stigma associated with mental health. But doing that is no easy task.

  Churches being used to help tackle mental illness

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and some local churches are answering the call.

  ‘Look at our miracle. It’s not always sad’, Charlotte couple shares infertility journey

Ellie Brynn Basset, Loren and Mike Bassett's long-awaited bundle of joy, was born in late March after a long and winding journey to parenthood. They say having her, holding her -- still hasn't quite sunk in

  How families can cope with trauma after deadly UNC Charlotte shooting

WBTV spoke with Dr. Dawn O’Malley, a licensed psychologist with Cardinal Innovations, about how families can cope with trauma after the tragic event.

  ‘The journey is long’: Columbine survivor’s message for UNC Charlotte community

Unfortunately, there are many who do understand what the students and families at UNC Charlotte are feeling after a deadly shooting on campus.

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

The American Academy of Pediatrics says not only are family dinners crucial to having that open communication, they’ve also been shown to increase a child’s social skills and improve their eating habits.

Astronaut tweets photo of NC from space

Koch arrived at the international space station last month and plans to stay for a full 11 months!

  Horse therapy organization in Monroe teaches self-worth

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.

  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.

  VIDEO: SC teen thought to never talk again speaks for first time in nearly 2 years

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.

  'This voice sort of starts playing in your head, I’m a terrible mom, I’m unfit.’ Pineville mom on surviving postpartum depression and anxiety

1 in 7 women will get postpartum mood disorder. That’s more than half a million women every year in the US.

  ‘A little bell went off in my head.’ Heart attack survivor’s critical message for women

It’s the number one killer of women: heart disease. The statistics are staggering as 1 in 3 women will die from a heart attack in their lifetime.

  Breaking the Stigma of Hospice Care: ‘It’s not about death.’

When many hear the word hospice, they only equate it with end of life, and dying. But it’s so much more – and provides a critical service.

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