Local News Roundup: Vaccine Eligibility Increases But Finding Appointments A Challenge; Atlanta Killings Reaction; Arrests In Capitol Riot
On the next Charlotte Talks Local News Roundup:
This week, more people are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and more appointments are being made available throughout the county to help people get their first dose of the vaccine. We’ll talk about who is eligible.
Once you’re eligible for the vaccine, some finesse and persistence may still be required to find a place to get vaccinated. We’ll talk about some mass vaccination events and where to look for appointments.
This week's killing of six Asian American women in Atlanta brings the rise in violence against Asian Americans to the forefront in the Southeast. We'll hear local reaction.
GOP lawmakers in the North Carolina General Assembly are working to put a limit on thegovernor’s emergency power during long-term emergency events. We’ll talk about what they’re trying to do and how that will affect Gov. Roy Cooper’s ability to manage the pandemic in the state.
And two York County, South Carolina, men are arrested for their alleged role in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. We discuss how they were identified and their role in the violence.
Mike Collins and our roundtable of reporters delve into the week’s top news on the Charlotte Talks Local News Roundup.
Nick Ochsner, WBTV’s Executive Producer for Investigations & Chief Investigative Reporter
Mary C. Curtis, columnist for Rollcall.com, host of the Rollcall podcast “Equal Time” and contributor at WCCB-TV
Katie Peralta Soloff, reporter for Axios Charlotte
David Boraks, reporter for WFAE