On the local news roundup: new school boundaries for CMS. Different atmospheres at the annual Bank of America and Wells Fargo shareholder meetings. Craft brewers stymied in their efforts to grow, and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. turns in the keys. Host Mike Collins and the roundup reporters cover those stories and much more.
The CMS student assignment plan was unveiled by Superintendent Ann Clark this week. How well does it address the desire for neighborhood schools and the need to diversify the system? We take an in-depth look with education reporters and school board members.
A quick look at the new CMS student assignment plan and then we pour over the fight over brewer’s rights. A bill that would have allowed craft beer brewers to control distribution did not come to pass. Now what?
A panel studying North Carolina’s court system is recommending changes. It would be the first overhaul of the courts in the digital age. Mike Collins speaks with two of the panel's co-chairs, including an associate justice on North Carolina's Supreme Court.
On the local news roundup, the NCAA brings championship games back to the state but not to Charlotte. The ACC is more generous. And another lawsuit connected to Wells Fargo’s sales practices. Mike Collins and the roundup reporters cover those stories and more.
Martin Short talks about comedy and his career, and what to expect from his live performance with Steve Martin on Saturday. Then, crisis management for corporations. When everything goes wrong, how do you make it right?