First, local reaction to President Trump's temporary ban on refugees. Then, digital assistants are becoming more numerous and are taking on new tasks. But that requires them to listen to our every word. What are they doing with what they’re hearing? Should we be concerned?
This week, the Charlotte City Council and County Commission both considered spending on a Major League Soccer stadium- with very different results. Former Governor Pat McCrory is heckled in Washington D.C. and South Carolina's Nikki Haley is headed to New York. Host Mike Collins and our panel of reporters tackle those stories and more on the Charlotte Talks local news round up.
How did Charlotte School of Law wind up in its shaky position? Can they figure out a way to stay afloat? Mike Collins and guests, including a School of Law student and a former professor, look at the pressures facing North Carolina's largest law school.
We hear about the power of love notes from Hyong Yi, who has been spreading those notes to strangers since his wife’s death. It started in Charlotte, but has now gone global. Mike Collins talks with Yi about his love story.
The Inauguration, the protests, who's going and who isn't. Local nominees to the new president’s cabinet, an update on the Charlotte School of Law and more. Mike Collins and a panel of reporters touch on these stories and more during the local news roundup on this edition of Charlotte Talks.