Kendall Morris, NBC Charlotte

Kendall Morris

NBC Charlotte

Knoxville, TN, United States

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  • NBC Charlotte
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  • WBIR Channel 10

Recent articles by Kendall:

Fireworks sales up as people plan to celebrate 4th of July at home

Before deciding to buy fireworks, officials recommend checking all state, county, city, and HOA laws and guidelines to make sure fireworks are permitted. → Read More

Community, businesses step up to slow the spread of COVID-19 through testing, masks

Masks are now required in public in North Carolina following a mandate issued by Governor Cooper last week. → Read More

Restaurants temporarily close after positive COVID-19 tests among staff, employees

Reported positive cases of COVID-19 among employees are forcing some Charlotte-area restaurant owners to make the decision to shut down temporarily amid the pandemic → Read More

Gyms, bars wait even longer to reopen as Gov. Cooper extends Phase 2

Governor Roy Cooper announced the state will stay in a Safer At Home Phase 2 for another three weeks until July 17. → Read More

Crepe Cellar in NoDa closing again due to COVID-19 limitations

As more restaurants start to reopen under Phase 2 of North Carolina’s plan, Crepe Cellar in NoDa is taking a pause and closing its doors for a little while. → Read More

Businesses in North Carolina waiting for decision on Phase 3

Gov. Cooper vetoed a bill Friday that would have allowed gyms to reopen at 50% capacity and would have allowed bars to open at limited capacity for outside seating. → Read More

Bill to reopen bowling alleys and skating rink moves through NC General Assembly

Senate Bill 599 calls for bowling alleys and skating rinks to be allowed to reopen at 50 percent capacity with strict safety protocols in place. → Read More

Plaza Midwood business owner calls for Gov. Cooper to reopen bars

Robert Nixon said he worries about how to make businesses profitable at a reduced capacity. He says he would like to have the chance to reopen fully. → Read More

Atrium Health is looking for help in testing underserved communities

Atrium Health is asking for the public’s help to aid in testing underserved communities in the COVID-19 pandemic after demand has increased at roving testing centers → Read More

Scaled back Republican National Convention confirmed in Charlotte

There is still no official decision where the celebration portion of the RNC will be held, but the leading contender is Jacksonville, Florida, NBC News reports. → Read More

UNCC students, Charlotte community march 'to end injustice'

UNC Charlotte made a post on social media saying in part, “We stand with Niner Nation in the journey toward change.” → Read More

North Carolina Bar and Tavern Association prepares to meet with Governor's office

The association would like to see the data, science, and other information Governor Cooper relied upon to make his decision to keep bars closed. → Read More

North Carolina bars file lawsuit against Gov. Cooper's executive order

Governor Cooper said he wants to get the economy reignited in a safe way, but he believes this legislation has the potential to harm public health. → Read More

Some Charlotte small businesses closing for good due to COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing small businesses across Charlotte to make tough decisions about whether to stay open, close, or modify their plans. → Read More

NC dance studios hoping to reopen before Phase 3 officially starts

Dance studios across North Carolina are petitioning to reopen sooner than Phase 3 under Governor Cooper’s plan. → Read More

'We are demanding 100% freedom'

The group "ReOpenNC" held the rallies in five NC cities Monday morning, including in Charlotte. → Read More

Charlotte retail stores now open under phase 1

Retail stores are allowed to open at 50 percent capacity with cleaning and social distancing. → Read More

Ahead of Phase 1 of reopening NC, some businesses prepare to reopen

As NC transitions into phase 1 of reopening, some businesses are moving forward with preparations to open again, while others are left waiting a few more weeks. → Read More

What to expect for Phase 1 of reopening in North Carolina

Governor Cooper announced phase one of the plan to reopen the state for business will start at 5 p.m. on May 8. → Read More

Cabarrus County 9-year-old running 100 miles in 30 days to raise money for those in need

A nine-year-old Cabarrus County boy is running miles to raise money for charity. CJ Baucom from Harrisburg committed to run 100 miles in 30 days. → Read More