Murrow Award-winning digital producer at WCNC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina. Also cover NASCAR for the Performance Racing Network. Production assistant during NASCAR Cup Series race broadcasts, social media coverage during non-PRN broadcast events. Formerly with USA Today High School Sports Cha...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Could a new seasonal drink at Starbucks replace the Pumpkin Spice Latte in the hearts of fall lovers everywhere? Introducing the Maple Pecan Latte, which makes its debut in Starbucks stores Friday just in time for the first day of fall. According to TODAY, the drink has already earned an initial nickname — the MPL — and is becoming a favorite among Starbucks employees. So, what exactly is it? Unlike the PSL, the Maple Pecan Latte doesn’t feature a whipped cream topping.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Hurricane Irma was one for the record books. After slamming the Florida peninsula on September 10 as a Category 4 hurricane with 130 mph winds, Irma continued to move north throughout the Sunshine State, causing millions of power outages along the way before becoming a tropical depression late Monday. But before reaching the U.S., Irma achieved a number of records that will have meteorologists talking about it for years to come.
Here are some of the records Hurricane Irma blew away With Irma well to the north, people in Florida are beginning to return to their homes for a survey of the damage. Hank Lee , WCNC 6:22 AM.
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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