Kendall Morris, NBC Charlotte

Kendall Morris

NBC Charlotte

Knoxville, TN, United States

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Past articles by Kendall:

Donations needed for school supply drives as Charlotte consumers face higher prices, inflation

Local organizations in the Charlotte area are asking people to think of a child in need as this school year gets closer and pick up some extra supplies to donate. → Read More

Child safety advocates push for new technology to prevent hot car deaths

According to Kids and Car Safety, 56% of hot car deaths occur when a child is unknowingly left in a vehicle. → Read More

'Truly amazing' | Woman-owned gifting business thriving after uncertain pandemic launch

Box Babe Gift Co. is a personalized gifting service with curated boxes sourced from women-owned businesses. → Read More

YMCA of Greater Charlotte urging swim lessons for kids this summer after pandemic delays water skills for some

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, child drownings remain the leading cause of unintentional death among children ages one to four years old. → Read More

YMCA of Greater Charlotte expecting record summer camp enrollment

Registration for its day camp programming and overnight camps is running ahead of where it was this time last year. → Read More

Credit Karma holds Ballantyne ribbon cutting

Credit Karma’s CEO said the company has already brought on roughly 450 employees. → Read More

Hough High School junior aims to eliminate period poverty

The Pink Bin Project raises money and collects feminine hygiene products including pads and tampons, for women who can't afford them. It was started by a teenager. → Read More

Former McDonald's Cafeteria site receives historical landmark designation

Charlotte City Council took up the matter at its meeting Monday night. → Read More

Charlotte SHOUT! festival returns to Uptown Charlotte in April

The festival celebrates the city’s creativity through art, music, food, and ideas. → Read More

The future is female: Half of Camp North End businesses owned by women

Half of the 38 businesses in Charlotte's popular Camp North End are owned by women. → Read More

Charlotte City Council approve COVID relief funds, affordable housing at Monday meeting

At Monday's meeting, City Council approved four city-owned lots to be made into affordable housing properties. → Read More

New permit filed as Midnight Diner looks to move to Uptown Charlotte

It comes ahead of a $750 million development at the diner's old site in the South End neighborhood. → Read More

'Ridiculous' supply chain issues may make this product in short supply this holiday season

The shortage of truck drivers and laborers, port congestion, rising transportation costs and shrinking printing capacity are contributing to the supply chain issues. → Read More

Thousands of passengers expected to pass through Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Here's what you should know

Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) is expecting more than 200,000 people to pass through this Labor Day weekend from Sept. 3 to Sept. 6. → Read More

Mooresville Graded School District reverses decision, masks now required for all students, staff and visitors

Mooresville Graded School District (MGSD) is reversing its decision on masks. → Read More

'Operation Southern Shield' | South Carolina Highway Patrol cracking down on speeding this summer

State troopers in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina & Tennessee will be out in full force to stop speeding drivers in an effort to save lives. → Read More

Spare Time Entertainment expands with location in Pineville

The new entertainment venue is set to open in August as more people seek out social activities following the pandemic. → Read More

How you can still remain protected after NC eviction moratorium ends Thursday

The Republican Council of State rejected a one-month extension to align with the national CDC eviction moratorium. → Read More

Researchers beginning to see impacts of COVID-19 on early childhood education

Researchers are beginning to see the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on early childhood education. → Read More

Memorial Day weekend travel period comes to a close

Memorial Day weekend marked the first major holiday weekend in North Carolina since states leaders lifted COVID-19 capacity and social distancing restrictions. → Read More