Marshall Terry

Morning Edition Host

Marshall came to WFAE after graduating from Appalachian State University, where he worked at the campus radio station and earned a degree in communication.  He divides his time between delivering newscasts during the day at the top of every hour and reporting on everything from hot peppers to a museum dedicated to the theory that Abraham Lincoln was born in North Carolina.    Outside of radio, he loves listening to music and going to see bands - preferably in small, dingy clubs.

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Local News
2:13 pm
Fri May 23, 2014

Airport Taxi Contract On FBI’s Radar

Credit Julie Rose

The FBI has expanded its investigation of corruption in Charlotte. Agents are now looking into allegations of a pay-to-play scheme involving Taxi companies and the airport.

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Local News
5:07 pm
Mon May 12, 2014

442 Seek Eugenics Compensation

The state of North Carolina has received 442 applications for compensation from people who say they’re victims of the state’s decades-long eugenics program.

Last year, state lawmakers agreed to set aside 10 million dollars to be divided out among living, verified victims of the program which ended in the 1970s.

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Local News
4:42 pm
Fri April 4, 2014

Dueling Banjos Writer Dies

Banjo
Credit rb3wreath / Flickr

A well-known Charlotte guitarist and TV personality has died.  Arthur Smith wrote the early rock ‘n’ roll song “Guitar Boogie” and the song that became known as “Dueling Banjos.”       


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Local News
5:24 pm
Mon February 24, 2014

I-277 Noise Walls: One Voted Down, Other Moving Forward

A rendering showing the proposed section of noise wall on I-277.
Credit City of Charlotte

The votes are in on the controversial noise walls proposed for part of I-277. The North Carolina Department of Transportation says it’s moving forward with one section; the other section has been voted down. The next move comes tonight from Charlotte City Council, who along with other groups has said it’s concerned the wall would block views of uptown.

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Local News
12:27 pm
Tue February 11, 2014

NC Barely Misses Federal Deadline To Resolve Food Stamp Delays

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North Carolina came up just short of a federal deadline to clear certain parts of its food stamp backlog. State Secretary of Health and Human Services Aldona Wos announced this morning that there are still 25 food stamp applications or renewals left.

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Local News
4:11 pm
Mon February 10, 2014

Former BofA Executive Pleads Guilty To Fraud Conspiracy

A former Bank of America executive has pleaded guilty for his part in a conspiracy and fraud involving investment contracts stemming from the proceeds of municipal bonds. 


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Local News
4:29 pm
Thu January 30, 2014

CLT Airport Parking Rates Going Up

The cost for you to park at the Charlotte airport is going up.  


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Local News
4:28 pm
Mon January 13, 2014

Justice Department Sues Two Used Car Dealerships In Charlotte

The Justice Department and the state Attorney General’s office have jointly filed a lawsuit against two used car dealerships in Charlotte, accusing them of lending discrimination.

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Local News
4:21 pm
Fri January 3, 2014

Rock Hill Man Grows World's Hottest Pepper

In this 2011 photo, Ed Curry holds one of his peppers.
Credit Tanner Latham

An update to a story we brought you two years ago. We profiled Ed Currie of Rock Hill who was on a quest to grow the world’s hottest pepper. Well, he’s succeeded. The Guinness Book of World Records recently certified his Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper as the hottest pepper in the world.


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Local News
3:04 pm
Fri December 20, 2013

Death Of The Apostrophe?

We’ve all done it:  written a sentence and misplaced or just forgotten to use an apostrophe.  Take the word “its” for example.  If it has an apostrophe, "it's" is a contraction for “it is” or “it has.”  Well, there’s a movement of sorts to rid the English language of the apostrophe all together.  You can find out more at a site called Killtheapostrophe.com  We decided to find out more from UNC Chapel Hill English Professor and Linguist Connie Eble.  She says everything will be just fine if the apostrophe dies.


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