Michelle Boudin, NBC Charlotte

Michelle Boudin

NBC Charlotte

1, Charlotte, NC, United States

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Past:
  • ABC10
  • ksdk.com
  • KARE 11

Recent articles by Michelle:

How you can donate masks to Charlotte doctors fighting COVID-19

A donation drive has been established to get Charlotte doctors, nurses, and medical staff they personal protective gear they need while treating coronavirus patients → Read More

Medical device company working overtime to make ventilators to help save coronavirus patients

Lake Norman company normally makes equipment that helps with transplants but they abruptly switched gears to help in the COVID-19 crisis. → Read More

An expert explains what it's like caretaking for a person with Alzheimer's during COVID-19

One of the biggest questions is something that most of us take for granted: remembering good hygiene. → Read More

Habitat for Humanity partnering with Lowe's to help healthcare workers in the Carolinas

Lowe's Home Improvement is teaming up with Habitat for Humanity to help them donate the masks they typically use for construction. → Read More

Businesses, volunteers step up to make masks for healthcare workers

Nurses in Charlotte have been pleading for help, looking for masks as they head to work at hospitals in the area. → Read More

N.C. Kindergarten Teacher Reads Books to Her Students Over Video at Bedtime as Coronavirus Spreads

“It’s a surprise every night," says one of Amy Brantley's students → Read More

Concord man serving for crime he says he didn't commit has to wait longer for appeal due to COVID-19

Ronnie Long has been in prison for 44 years for a rape he says he didn’t commit. Because of COVID-19, he might be waiting even longer to appeal his case. → Read More

Charlotte small businesses hit hard by COVID-19 impacts

As many are staying home and practicing social distancing, local businesses are being hurt by a drop in customers. → Read More

Tega Cay leader almost fired after questionable contract

A Tega Cay city leader’s husband got a five-figure contract on a city construction project involving Tega Cay’s new police station. → Read More

Allegiant Air announces Concord airport as a hub

This will be the airline’s 21st hub in the country, bringing 66 new jobs. It’s growth for an airline that has faced some serious scrutiny in the past. → Read More

Wrongfully convicted? Concord man has new hope for appeal after 44 years

New evidence indicates police in the 1970s hid evidence in the case and handpicked the jury that convicted him. → Read More

Plane Passengers Come Together to Help Dad In Last Row Make His Twins' Father-daughter Dance

After a nightmare travel day, Mike Good was treated to a remarkable act of kindness from strangers → Read More

Defenders: Spouse of Tega Cay city leader got a five-figure contract on city project

The husband of the City of Tega Cay’s assistant manager was paid almost $80,000 to wire the security controls at the new police station. → Read More

Family of 'Angels' Opens Car Dealership to the Homeless at Night: 'The Reaction Has Been Nuts'

Owners James and Haydee Charles tell PEOPLE they too experienced homelessness: “If it could happen to me, it could happen to anyone." → Read More

Charlotte doctor: Over-the-counter supplements linked to liver failure, death

Whether it's weight loss or improving sleep, people take supplements for about everything. But those easy to find pills could carry some serious health consequences. → Read More

Teen Fighting Incurable Cancer Creates 'I Lived List' — and Her Family Makes Her Dreams Come True

“I was sitting in bed realizing my daughter has incurable cancer, and I felt helpless," says mom Janet Ramirez, who found unexpected inspiration in OneRepublic's song “I Lived” → Read More

Who killed Josh Schulman?

The Schulman's said the case hasn’t been solved, because they said the police were convinced Larry Schulman shot himself and his son -- until now. → Read More

Charlotte nonprofit steps up for women fighting breast cancer at Christmas

Joe Pagani’s wife, Jen, started the nonprofit GoJenGo when she was fighting breast cancer. → Read More

Snapping pics with Santa at SouthPark Mall

Jack Weiss, 5, admitted he wasn’t always on his best behavior. "Sometimes I don’t listen to my mom and dad and I’m wild sometimes." → Read More

Nonprofit steps in to help family after young mom's murder

Kendall Crank was killed in crossfire while driving to work back in March. → Read More