October 13, 2020
Carolina Impact: October 13, 2020
Covid's impact on restaurants, olympic training at USNWC, Drive-Ins and an artist profile
Restaurant Struggles during Covid
Impact of the pandemic on iconic Charlotte restaurants.
Artist Profile: Carl Peverall
Artists Carl and Ethan Peverall work together to create beautiful sculptures in nature.
Drive-In Theaters Enjoying a Resurgence
COVID-19 and closed movie theaters are spurring new interest in drive-in movies.
Olympic Kayakers Prepare at USNWC
Olympic kayakers at National Whitewater Center in Charlotte.
October 6, 2020
Carolina Impact: October 6, 2020
The rebirth of Kannapolis, once a mill town that's found a new path forward, an organization trying to make service dogs more affordable, North Carolina's only nationally accredited big cat sanctuary, and three generations of a Charlotte family have been in the jewelry business.
Revitalization of the City of Kannapolis
The downtown rebirth of an old textile town into something new.
Project2Heal Makes Rescue Dogs More Accessible
Project2 Heal helps more people have access to therapy dogs.
Carolina Tiger Rescue Sanctuary
The only federally accredited big cat sanctuary in NC.
Business Profile: Brownlee Jewelers
A look at the lasting legacy and 85-year history of Brownlee Jewelers.
September 29, 2020
Carolina Impact: September 29, 2020
The art of blacksmithing, higher education changes, Popbar Charlotte and remote learning.
The Art of Blacksmithing
Blacksmithing: Keeping it alive and learning.
Remote Learning during Covid
What does remote learning look like when parents have to go to work.
Higher Education in the Covid Era
How the virus affects college students and college budgets.
Business Profile: Popbar Charlotte
Kia Lyons, owner of Popbar Charlotte and her success as a business owner.
September 22, 2020
Carolina Impact: Seeking Unity: Teens
A discussion with area teens and their experiences with racism.
September 15, 2020
Carolina Impact: Searching For Home
Stories of people from different life paths searching for home and what that means to them
Immigrants trying to live the American dream
Dr. Farhad Javidi, a program director and professor at Central Piedmont Community College, immigrated from Iran to the United States after being kidnapped and tortured during the Iranian Revolution of the 1970s.
Aging out of Foster Care
An inconvenient fact about foster care is that children age out overnight when they turn 18. With little resources or help it can be hard for them to get on their feet. That's what Jordan is dealing with now.
Refugees finding home in Charlotte
Mediatrice Uwimana was born in Congo and remembers vividly the danger and fear she felt living there during a war. She eventually escaped the violence and came to America as a refugee now living in Charlotte.
Homeless veteran tells his story
Struggling with PTSD and depression, Army veteran Chris Adams has been in and out of homelessness over the past several years.