Today on Charlotte at Six Mark Garrison is joined by WBT’s most frugal newsman Mark Mueller to debut a new segment “Mark Mueller’s Market Basket!” Mark and Mark talk about the best and worst deals in the Charlotte areas and share tips on how to get the most out of your grocery dollar!
Some people are more excited about the “back-to-school” season than others, but one mother of CMS students is doing her best to make students feel empowered and motivated for the new year. Mark Garrison talked with Andrea Jasper, whose efforts reach schools where her kids aren’t even enrolled.
How far would you drive…for fresh pork? Well thousands of people plan trips to a little farm in Eastern North Carolina for everything from ribs and bacon to pork skins. Mark Garrison first discovered this pork-center 30 years ago doing a television story. Now, he revisits the Nahunta Pork Center. They’re still going strong, selling […]
What WBT’s “Breaking Brett Jensen” described as the worst kept secret in Charlotte is finally out as the Carolina Panthers officially named Baker Mayfield their starting quarterback as the beginning of the regular season approaches. Mark Garrison talks to Brett about head coach Matt Rhule’s decision-making process and the timing of the decision + why […]
Chances are that your experience with golf carts is meandering from hole to hole on the course or riding around your neighborhood at a cozy 15mph. You are not Robby Steen of Fort Mill, South Carolina, who holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest golf cart and is hungry for another.
Charlotte is a city where the Bible-based “Billy Graham Library” is a top tourist attraction. But now, we’re becoming an abortion destination. Women are coming to town in big numbers since nearby states have passed abortion restrictions. Governor Roy Cooper has put out the welcome mat, inviting women to come into the state for an […]
With the average price of gas in Charlotte today around $3.69, the idea of paying under three dollars for gas may seem like a blast from the past. But today Mark Garrison visited an event put on by Americans for Prosperity who teamed up with a gas station during lunchtime today to help reduce some […]
An increase in jellies is leading to a decrease in jollies for beach goers in the Carolinas. Mark Garrison talked with multiple people vacationing on the coast, including his daughter, who have said the jellyfish are EVERYWHERE + a marine biologist who explains the uptick and how to treat stings.