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Past articles by DaShawn:

New NIL rules empower high school athletes, but not without risk

New rules for NIL, or Name, Image and Likeness, are changing the game for high school athletes. → Read More

Panthers linebacker Shaq Thompson, partners provide free dental clinic at stadium

Carolina Panthers linebacker Shaq Thompson teamed up with a handful of partners to host a free dental clinic at Bank of America Stadium. → Read More

Belmont Abbey women’s basketball team eyes road to championship in Elite Eight

March Madness is back, and a local college is making history. → Read More

Frustrated SC teacher books vaccination appointment across state line

Teachers and school staff started to get vaccinated in North Carolina after weeks of fighting to get moved up on the waiting list. → Read More

12-year-old girl rolls up sleeve to participate in youth vaccine trials

A 12-year-old girl wanted to make an impact during the pandemic, so she rolled up her sleeves and signed up for the latest phase of Pfizer vaccine trials. → Read More

Frontline health care workers see light at end of tunnel with vaccines

More than 1.7 million doses have been administered in North Carolina, and more than a half-million people are fully vaccinated. → Read More

Woman eligible for phase 2 vaccinations struggles to get shot

North Carolina has administered nearly 1.5 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines, and more than 600,000 people are fully vaccinated. The state has been in group 2 since January, which means anyone 65 years and older can get their shots. Gov. Roy Cooper said thousands are still on waiting lists across the state. One woman said she has been trying to book an appointment for weeks. “I just, I can’t… → Read More

Businesses offer incentives for employees to get vaccine

Businesses offer incentives for employees to get vaccine → Read More

Nurse gives mother COVID-19 vaccine, shares words of encouragement

A mother and daughter shared a special bond recently amid the pandemic. → Read More

‘Giddy’: Front line health care workers invited to Super Bowl

Thousands of health care workers who have been on the frontlines of the pandemic, including many from the Carolinas. → Read More

Panthers player’s foundation helps local team in need of gear

CHARLOTTE — A Carolina Panthers player is offering to help through his scholarship program The Stephen Weatherly Foundation is accepting applications to sponsor new gear for a Charlotte team in need. Weatherly started the program during his time with the Minnesota Viking and is kicking it off in Charlotte. You can find the application to apply here and a social media post here. © 2021 Cox Media… → Read More

Biden’s national mask mandate: What it means for you

One of President Joe Biden’s first official act is to require the use of masks and social distancing in all federal buildings, on federal lands and by federal employees and contractors. → Read More

Charlotte clergy step up to help support students during pandemic

Charlotte pastor Dr. Ricky Woods has been using every resource he has, including his church, to make sure area students can keep up. → Read More

Baby rescued moments before wandering onto busy, west Charlotte road

A baby, wearing no shoes and no coat, was rescued Tuesday afternoon while wondering next to one of Charlotte’s busiest roads. → Read More

‘It was a test’: Couple who beat cancer twice ready to turn the page

A Charlotte woman beat cancer for a second time and throughout her journey, she was not alone. Roslyn and Ray Singleton were seen in a viral video in January where her husband, a Navy veteran, serenaded her. In the video at the top of this webpage, reporter DaShawn Brown speaks with the Singletons about their experience and what lies ahead. “Done by December was basically my affirmation to God… → Read More

Toy drive honoring local Santa who died from COVID-19 serves hundreds of kids

Lincoln County residents honored a local Santa Claus after he died from COVID-19 last month, and the city is using the spirit of his life to ensure the coronavirus doesn’t steal the joy of Christmas. → Read More

New Hornets forward pays off layaway bills at Charlotte Walmarts

In his first month in Charlotte after joining the Hornets as a free agent, forward Gordon Hayward is already giving back to area families. → Read More

Business owner says enforcing mask mandate is frustrating

John Bailey, owner of Sammy’s Neighborhood Pub, said it’s a double whammy to follow a mask mandate while enforcing it. → Read More

Break-in the latest hit for Charlotte brewery trying to stay afloat in pandemic

Thieves targeted both Heist Brewery locations in Charlotte over the last few weeks. → Read More

Employee concerned about nursing home’s transparency on COVID-19 results

Anonymous employees at Charlotte Health and Rehabilitation Center said as positive COVID-19 cases are getting worse at the facility, the are concerned with transparency surrounding the results. → Read More