Snow

WFAE Talks
3:36 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

WFAE Talks: Snow, Snowpocalypse Reporting, And The Feds' Interest In DENR

WFAE News staff was busy covering the week's snow and ice storm, so naturally it's a topic of discussion for Greg, Lisa and Brad - er, Ben (listen to the podcast and you'll understand). The trio also discusses the federal investigation of North Carolina's Department of Natural Resources over its reaction to Duke Energy's coal ash spill on the Dan River.


Local News
7:25 pm
Wed February 12, 2014

Snow Means Slippery Roads, Short Workdays, And Sledding

A section of outbound Independence closed Wednesday afternoon after cars struggled to make it up a hill just after the Hawthorne Lane overpass.
Credit Lisa Miller

If you want to see how snow can pretty much shut down a city, go to the Hawthorne Lane overpass at Independence. A couple of snowplows were making their way down the outbound side late Wednesday afternoon. That stretch of road was closed. 

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Local News
12:46 pm
Wed February 12, 2014

US Airways Cancels Half Of Flights Due To Storm

Credit Roger Sarow / WFAE

US Airways is already canceling flights from Charlotte today, in anticipation of the weather. The airline has canceled more than half of its 640 planned departures from Charlotte-Douglas International airport today.

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WFAE Talks
3:31 pm
Thu January 30, 2014

WFAE Talks: Media Snowjob, Virtual Education, Streetcar (AKA Gold Line)

Enjoying a snow day in Charlotte.
Credit @CharlotteNCGov / Twitter

Greg, Lisa and Ben discuss media hype over this week's winter storm, the debate over virtual charter schools and Charlotte's latest efforts to build a streetcar extension.

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