Roundup: Charlotte Talks Goes Over This Week In News
Originally published Nov. 7
Catch up on the week's news with a roundtable of reporters on the Charlotte Talks’ local news roundup.
After a big week in politics, reporters discuss the outcome of Tuesday’s midterm elections and its impact on the Charlotte area, North Carolina and the nation.
In education, they talk school safety in the wake of the Butler High shooting and after guns were found at two other Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools. Reporters will also talk school boundaries as CMS and suburban towns continue to clash over charter schools.
In business, Charlotte-based fast food chain Bojangles’ is sold to two New York investment firms, and Wells Fargo apologizes after disclosing that more people than originally thought were impacted by an internal error regarding mortgages.
- Ann Doss Helms, reporter for the Charlotte Observer
- Glenn Burkins, editor and publisher of Qcitymetro.com
- David Boraks, reporter for WFAE
- Erik Spanberg, managing editor for the Charlotte Business Journal