Our automotive expert Tom Blocker joins Bo Thompson with his take on skyrocketing gas prices and the differences in octane grades and how it may affect your vehicle if you start using a different grade of gas than what your vehicle is used to.

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson talking about the record setting crowd and enthusiasm for Charlotte FC's first home game at Bank of America stadium, the possibility that President Joe Biden could travel to Saudi Arabia to ask for increased oil production, and the everchanging Charlotte schedule of elections.

Beth Troutman joins Bo Thompson in studio talking about President Biden's first State of the Union address, WBT's 100th anniversary celebration coming up April 9th at the Halton Theater in Charlotte, and a new survey indicating that nostalgia can act as a pain reliever.

Our cybersecurity expert Theresa Payton joins Bo Thompson with her take on President Biden's first State of the Union address with respect to technology and cybersecurity, the attack and invasion of Ukraine by Russia being declared the first social media war, and "Wiper" malware to be wary of.

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson talking about the Ukrainian resistance against Russia, using "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister as their battle hymn and lead singer Dee Snider Tweeting that he "absolutely approve(s)." 

GOP candidate for U.S. Senate in North Carolina Pat McCrory joins Bo Thompson and Brett Jensen talking about filing in Raleigh today for the 2022 U.S. Senate election, reaction to Russian attacks and invasion of Ukraine, and Pat's participation in tomorrow's debate between N.C. Republican candidates for US Senate. 

North Carolina's 9th Congressional District Congressman Dan Bishop joins Bo Thompson and Brett Jensen talking about Dan's decision to run for North Carolina's 8th Congressional District, and additional changes made by a panel of three trial judges to North Carolina’s congressional district map.

Kyiv resident Julia Maisuradze joins Bo Thompson and Brett Jensen live from there, talking about the scene as a Russian attack and invasion of Ukraine has begun. 

WBTV reporter Steve Crump joins Bo Thompson in studio talking about Steve's new documentaries about legendary heavyweight boxer Muhammad Ali, civil rights lawyer, activist, and educator Julius Chambers, and Steve and Bo's remembrances of interacting with North Carolina native songwriter and jazz pianist Loonis McGlohon.

Former Mecklenburg County Commissioner Matthew Ridenhour joins Bo Thompson and Brett Jensen talking about the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners voting unanimously to rescind the county mask ordinance effective February 26th.