Michelle Boudin, NBC Charlotte

Michelle Boudin

NBC Charlotte

Charlotte, NC, United States

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Past articles by Michelle:

She lost everything when she got addicted to drugs. Here's how she got it all back

Linda Blackwell remembers the night her life changed forever. Thanks to the McLeod Center of Wellbeing, she's regained everything she lost to addiction years ago. → Read More

'I'm super excited | Charlotte gym owner recalls humble beginnings

"I have always wanted to make women look and feel better," Taylor Calamese said. → Read More

Charlotte father of three hoping for a second miracle this Christmas following ALS diagnosis

His wife says "Derek is still daddy" despite the enormous challenges he suddenly faces. → Read More

'Such a blessing for us' | Nonprofit helping other nonprofits

They’re about to celebrate 20 years of helping in Charlotte -- working with 200 nonprofits a year. → Read More

'They’re the heroes of our community' | Charlotte nonprofit celebrates 10 years of lifting up hundreds of nonprofits

SHARE Charlotte has generated millions of dollars and thousands of volunteer hours for nonprofits. → Read More

Mecklenburg County helping small businesses land big contracts

“Game-changer for sure," Marshae Smith said of the county's Business Launch Pad program. → Read More

'Told I couldn't do it' | Charlotte woman overcomes discrimination to launch successful business

Priti Pate says Charlotte ultimately became a welcoming home for her and her business, Le Petit Spa. → Read More

'We never thought anything like this would happen to a child'

The couple is trying to bring their British niece to live with them after she lost both of her parents, but because she’s 16, the U.S. won’t allow it. → Read More

Hottest-selling fashion item is also doing good in the process

BraveWorks works with women facing difficult circumstances and trains them to become successful artisans. → Read More

Hickory man accused of being involved in child 'sex tourism' crimes

Investigators say a Hickory man is at the center of an international sex trafficking ring that stretches from the Charlotte airport to the Philippines. → Read More

'100% capacity' | Coworking spaces are doing well as the return to work takes on a different shape

The workplace has changed for lots of people across our area, meaning one industry is doing better than ever before. → Read More

Mom, 29, Suffered Cardiac Event Near Her Newborn in NICU. It Shook Her Fiancé: 'Want to Get Married Tomorrow?'

"I was worried I could lose both of them," Clint Butner tells PEOPLE. "I was so worried, I couldn't talk." → Read More

Identity theft skyrocketing: Charlotte author's six-month effort to get a catfishing Facebook page taken down

Nesha Pai was the millions of victims of identity theft in the United States in 2021. → Read More

'An extraordinary journey': Charlotte artist goes from working in secret to being a Lego designer

David Bulfin's always been an artist, but until Charlotte nonprofit ArtPop featured his work, no one knew. Now he's got the chance of a lifetime with Lego. → Read More

More than 100 women-owned businesses back together after COVID-19 setbacks

One of the largest pop-ups in the southeast -- Girl Tribe -- is back under one roof. → Read More

Every Day, My Dad Keeps My Mom Alive amid Her Health Battle, But Their Sweet Love Story Almost Didn't Happen

Michelle Boudin — NBC Charlotte reporter and PEOPLE contributor — retraces the touch-and-go beginnings of her parents' relationship, and how far they've come together in the last 50 years → Read More

Owner of Middle C Jazz writes book about meeting stars like Diana Ross and Tony Bennett

When COVID-19 temporarily closed Larry Farber’s jazz club, he wrote a book. → Read More

Georgia Teen Sews 'Tiny Hugs' to Comfort NICU Babies and Their Families: 'It Felt Really Good'

18-year-old Bryn Hammock created stuffed gloves, which she calls Tiny Hugs, to donate to hospitals for NICU babies, and earned a Gold Award from the Girl Scouts for the project → Read More

'You’re truly accepted by everybody' | Nonprofit gets new name in an effort to be more inclusive

We Rock helps teens find their voice through music. → Read More

Usually competitors, bookstores band together to boost sales

Nearly a dozen independent bookstores in the Charlotte area are coming together for a "brook crawl" to boost sales. → Read More