The story of a Charlotte-bound US Airways flight's emergency landing in the Hudson River was captured in the film Sully. We hear from some of the passengers on the eight year anniversary of the 'Miracle on the Hudson.'
Dylann Roof gets death. The City Council says it's not considering reinstating Charlotte's non-discrimination ordinance. Roy Cooper is flexing his muscles. The future looks dim for Charlotte School of Law. Mike Collins and our panel of reporters discuss those stories and more on the Local News Roundup.
We get the Charlotte point of view on our schism with Raleigh from two City Council members. Then, 'An American in Paris,' the Broadway musical version is in town and we talk to the leads about this hit treasure.
Four-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion Jeff Gordon joins Mike Collins for a special conversation from the NASCAR Hall of Fame to talk about his career, his latest endeavors, his Children’s Foundation and more.
Charlotte Area Transit System CEO John Lewis joins Mike Collins to discuss the milestones in store for 2017, including the opening of the Blue Line Extension and groundbreaking of the next segment of the streetcar.
On Point’s Tom Ashbrook joins host Mike Collins and our roundtable of reporters to talk about the swearing in of our new Governor Roy Cooper; Dylann Roof taking control of the sentencing phase of his trial; on-going problems at Charlotte School of Law-- and much more.
Hugh McColl and Harvey Gantt join Mike Collins to discuss "The Charlotte Way," and whether it should be scrapped as a means of responding to economic and societal issues. Maybe it's time for a new way of facing those problems.