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Sarah Delia Discusses She Says Podcast

For more than a year, WFAE’s Sarah Delia has been speaking to a woman we’re calling Linda. Linda was sexually assaulted in Charlotte over three years ago in June of 2015.

When Linda began speaking to Delia, she didn’t have many answers around the progress of her case. But over the course of WFAE’s investigation, there have been major developments. Linda's story and our findings turned into the podcast, She Says.

Today marks the final installment of She Says, but our reporting on Linda's case and the conversations it's inititiated will continue. Tonight at the McGolhon Theatre in uptown Charlotte, WFAE’s Charlotte Talks will host a public conversation about the podcast and how sexual assault is investigated in Charlotte. The broadcast begins at 7 p.m.

Delia, the lead reporter and host of She Says, talks to WFAE's Mark Rumsey about the podcast and the public conversation.

Sarah Delia covers criminal justice and the arts for WFAE. Sarah joined the WFAE news team in 2014. An Edward R. Murrow Award-winning journalist, Sarah has lived and told stories from Maine, New York, Indiana, Alabama, Virginia and North Carolina. Sarah received her B.A. in English and Art history from James Madison University, where she began her broadcast career at college radio station WXJM. Sarah has interned and worked at NPR in Washington DC, interned and freelanced for WNYC, and attended the Salt Institute for Radio Documentary Studies.
Mark Rumsey grew up in Kansas and got his first radio job at age 17 in the town of Abilene, where he announced easy-listening music played from vinyl record albums.