Charlotte at Six

Mark Garrison hits the streets to talk with Charlotte residents about the Gold Line and the problems have experienced with the trolley car including its the speed and reach + what could be done to improve it…but why the city might not.  

This week on Dirty Restaurant Tuesday Mark and TJ find a place that needs lessons in washing both their hands and dishes, places with alternative storage methods + TJ shares one good place to take the kids over summer vacation.

A Dirty Restaurant regular makes another appearance with their lowest score yet + T.J. shares a great new sandwich spot and grilling tips for the holiday weekend.  

10 years ago Tom Vibert of Greensboro was diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer and thought he was all but dead. Now, he’s cancer-free and biking as far as he can to stick it to the disease.

Do you know the signs of stroke? Do you know what to do if you see the signs? Mark Garrison on Charlotte at Six and guests share potentially life-saving steps to take + how N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein was saved when he had one while walking his dog.

Join us on Charlotte at 6 for another week of Wacky News featuring obsolete technology, controversial beer can art and unique camping equipment!

What is red, bubbly and has been made in Salisbury, North Carolina for more than 100 years? Cheerwine of course! Mark Garrison made the trip to the small town to take in the sights and sounds of the annual Cheerwine Festival.

Mark Garrison takes you back through an eventful week in the headlines on Charlotte @ 6.

A local inventor will be inducted into a special inventor’s hall of fame next month. His name is Louis Foreman, and you’ve probably never heard of him…