Welcome to the second season of Carolina Impact – a show focusing on the issues, people and places in the Charlotte region. Watch our most recent show.
Click below to watch segments featured on the show.
Former Paramedic Tim Hayes talks about a traumatic accident that changed his life and how he’s sharing his story to inspire others.
Medic Tim Hayes
People all over the country are playing Pickleball and we’ll visit a Cornelius group to find out more about this increasingly popular sport.
USA Pickleball Association
Considered one of the Charlotte’s region’s great attractions, the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden in Belmont is in bloom all year round.
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
A summer program called STEMersion introduces high school teachers to careers in the Charlotte area requiring science, technology, engineering and math skills.
Carolina Impact – October 7th.
Meet a local family searching for clues about their great-grandparents – Edward Hamilton Bissell and Emily Cooper.
Finding Your Roots
The Lake Norman YMCA and Carolinas Rehabilitation provide a special water skiing program for adults and children with disabilities.
Adaptive Water Skiing
at Lake Norman YMCA
Teens participate in a special camp to learn how real-life crime scene investigators collect evidence from computers and other electronic devices.
Computer Crimes Camp at CPCC
Meet a Rock Hill artist whose paintings of cloudscapes are what some describe as metaphors for the human condition.
Ross and Pease Art Galleries
Tune in to Carolina Impact, Tuesdays at 8 p.m. Send your comments or story ideas to: CarolinaImpact@wtvi.org.
Click below to see prior episodes of Carolina Impact.
May 22, 2014 SPECIAL: STEM Awards Show
May 8, 2014
May 1, 2014
April 24, 2014
April 17, 2014