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Still Here

In this series, WFAE’s Sarah Delia has a question for our listeners: What does resiliency look and feel like to you? Over the last year, we’ve all experienced the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and there have been challenges we’ve all faced. What helped you get back up? What did you do to cope?

Latest Episodes
  • In the latest Still Here, WFAE's special series about resiliency in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, we hear from Anna Cockrell, a Team USA Olympic hurdler with Charlotte roots. The track and field star tells us about her journey to the Tokyo Olympics.
  • In the latest Still Here, we hear from a Charlotte-area nurse about the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is continuing to take on health care workers.
  • In the latest installment of Still Here, WFAE's series on resiliency amid the coronavirus pandemic, reporter Sarah Delia speaks with a father in Concord about how he's navigated life as a caregiver to his two sons with a rare, genetic disorder during the pandemic.
  • It's been almost a year since Rev. Mary Frances Comer was first diagnosed with COVID-19. She recently decided to step away from ministry for the time being to focus on her health. She's trying to rebuild her life, her home and her calling as a minister while still suffering from the effects of long COVID.
  • In the latest Still Here, WFAE’s series on resiliency amid the coronavirus pandemic, reporter Sarah Delia talks with a Charlotte baker about mixing moments of grief and loss with the sweet ones during the pandemic.
  • In the latest installment of Still Here, WFAE's series on resiliency amid the COVID-19 pandemic, reporter Sarah Delia speaks with a recent high school graduate about pursuing his wrestling career while navigating the loss of his father to the coronavirus.
  • In the latest Still Here, WFAE's series on resiliency amid the COVID-19 pandemic, reporter Sarah Delia speaks with a Charlotte chef who went from losing his job to building his own business — all while mentoring those struggling with sobriety during a pandemic because he understood their battle.
  • William McNeely had already survived a double lung transplant when the coronavirus pandemic began. The Charlotte native was extra-careful, got vaccinated for COVID-19 ... and still somehow contracted the disease. He survived that, too. He feels like it's his duty to make an impact in the lives of others for the person who donated their lungs to him. He tells his story in the latest Still Here.
  • What does resiliency look and feel like to you? We’ve all experienced the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and there have been challenges we’ve all faced. What helped you get back up? In the latest installment of Still Here, our series on resiliency, WFAE's Sarah Delia speaks to a Charlotte journalist — co-worker Gracyn Doctor — about loss, family and acceptance.
  • In the latest installment of Still Here, WFAE's series on resiliency in the wake of the pandemic, reporter Sarah Delia speaks with a woman about surviving COVID-19 with the help of her family — who refused to let her give up hope.