Marshall Terry

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Marshall came to WFAE after graduating from Appalachian State University, where he worked at the campus radio station and earned a degree in communication. Outside of radio, he loves listening to music and going to see bands - preferably in small, dingy clubs.

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A Mecklenburg County judge declared a mistrial in a murder case Thursday after a member of the jury went into premature labor as deliberations were set to resume.

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A man has been arrested in connection with the sexual assault of a woman in southwest Charlotte more than 20 years ago.

CMPD says Nathaney Davis, 43, was arrested Wednesday and charged with raping the woman, then 23, in June of 1995.

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The man considered the heart and soul of the Carolina Panthers defense will not be returning to the team next season.

In an emotional video posted on Twitter last night, Thomas Davis said the Panthers on Monday told him they were going in "a different direction at the linebacker position" and will not be re-signing him.

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CIAA officials cited an array of reasons why the association has decided to move its annual tournament to Baltimore and out of Charlotte beginning in 2021, including because of complaints of price gouging at hotels in the city.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools has confirmed a student was shot Monday afternoon after getting off of a school bus in west Charlotte.

Police say that the shooting happened around 3:15 p.m. near the intersection of Tuckaseegee Road and Timberbrook Drive.

Charlotte city council Monday night approved the hiring of a new city attorney, who provides legal advice and representation to city officials on a range of issues.

Patrick Baker is currently the city attorney for Durham, a role he’s held since 2008. Prior to that, he was Durham’s city manager for four years.


The start of the spring semester at Johnson C. Smith University has been delayed two weeks while mold is cleaned in some dorms.

A man posing as a minister was arrested after trying to smuggle drugs into the Scotland County Detention Facility in a Bible.  

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The city of Winston-Salem has asked the group that owns a Confederate statue at a downtown intersection to remove it by the end of the month or face possible legal action.


Research led by UNC’s school of medicine has led to a new treatment for peanut allergies that could be available next year.

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Union County commissioners will vote Monday night on a resolution calling on the State Board of Elections to certify the results in the 9th District Congressional race.   


The deadline to sign up for health insurance on the federal marketplace for 2019 is fast approaching. 

Saturday is the last day of open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act. Since Nov. 1, when open enrollment began, 4.1 million people have chosen health plans on the exchange. That’s down about 11 percent from the same time last year.

Winds from Florence sent a tree crashing down on Nichole Sanchez's rental home on the night of Sept 14.
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North Carolina homeowners and businesses who suffered damages from Hurricane Florence now have more time to request federal aid. 

Governor Roy Cooper said Thursday following his request the deadline to apply for FEMA grants or low-interest small business loans has been extended to December 19th. 


Two historically black schools in North Carolina have received different news regarding the future of the institutions. 

The accreditation for Charlotte’s Johnson C. Smith University was reaffirmed Tuesday by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

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The fatal shooting of a teenager in Charlotte last month has been ruled accidental, according to the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department.