Transgender people have been in a spotlight since HB2, but they and their parents have been navigating uncharted territory far longer. Mike Collins hears the stories of three Charlotte parents of transgender children.
North Carolina fights President Trump's immigrant and refugee ban. The clock is ticking on more sports losses tied to House Bill 2. Charlotte School of Law plans to stay open for at least two more years. Mike Collins and a panel of reporters discuss the week's news.
Mayor Jennifer Roberts discusses the State of the City, the on-going HB2 confrontation, Major League Soccer and more. Plus, a look at the impact of the president’s travel ban on Charlotte's refugee community.
Where do the recent Women’s Marches fit in with the overall arch of the women’s movement through time – and how do today’s women keep the momentum going? Mike Collins finds out, when he talks to women who were at the marches in D.C. and in Charlotte.
Margaret Spellings, president of the UNC system, talks about her strategic plan for the school, improving cost-efficiency and graduation rates. And chimes in on the nominee for her old job - secretary of Education.
Charlotte makes the pitch for Major League Soccer without the city’s participation. Crime is up at CMS and CMPD looks at crime stats city-wide for 2016. Mike Collins and a panel of Charlotte reporters cover those stories and more on the local news roundup when Charlotte Talks.
Donald Trump names Neil Gorsuch as his first Supreme Court nominee. If confirmed, how might a 5-4 balance on the court impact North Carolina issues like legislative districting, LGBT rights and more? Hear from judicial experts when Charlotte Talks.