Bo Thompson

John Hancock joined Bo Thompson on Friday's show to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks. Charlotte's Most beloved was in the WBT studio on the day America stood still, along with Thompson who was the station's production director at the time. Both of them recall the images from that day and what will forever be remembered as the most horrific event on U.S. soil. 

WFNZ's Nick Wilson recaps the Buccaneers vs. Cowboys game from Thursday Night Football and looks ahead to the weekend's slate of NFL games. The Panthers welcome the N.Y. Jets into Bank of America Stadium on Sunday (1 p.m./WBT).

One of the many ways Purple Heart Homes has given back to the Charlotte community has been through providing housing for veterans. There's also ways you can get involved and help support a great cause. The charity organization is hosting a Fall Golf Classic at Twin Oaks Golf Club in Statesville, N.C. on Oct. 8. Spots in the tournament or sponsorship opportunities are still available.

We're a little over a week removed from the abandonment of Afghanistan. But what is still unclear is how the country will rebuild their digital infrastructure put in place by the U.S. government. An effort mostly led by the Taliban sees millions of documents left behind and it's unknown who's hands those might fall into in the coming months.

Bo Thompson looks back at the day that changed America. The terror attacks on the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and the crash of Flight 93 in Shanksville, Penn. shook the country and will never be forgotten. WBT's own news makers remember the tragic events from that morning and what we've learned from 9/11 nearly two decades later. 

The entertainment industry lost two of their own unexpectedly over the holiday weekend. Willard Scott, the longtime presenter and weatherman most notably on NBC's Today show, passed away on Saturday. He was 87. Scott joined NBC in 1980, and was remembered for birthday well-wishes to fans of the program turning 100.

The Medical Director of Infection Prevention for Atrium Health is not only one of the southeast's leading infectious disease experts, but has also been the face of Atrium's COVID-19 team over the last year. Passaretti was gracious enough to do a long-form interview in the Ty Boyd Studio.

The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate returned to his old stomping grounds on Thursday to take over The Bo Thompson Morning Show. After being away from the Ty Boyd Studio for over two months, the Governor had a lot to get off his chest during his two-hour guest appearance.

The announcement which was teased on social media was confirmed by the longtime radio host during The Bo Thompson Morning Show on Friday. At this stage in life, Hancock admitted there was no desire for him to be at WBT full-time. However, he will be making a comeback (of sorts) to the masses in the Queen's City.

Radio One and WBT AM/FM host Bo Thompson have reached a multi-year agreement for Thompson to continue in Morning Drive on the heritage News Talk station. Thompson is a Charlotte native and began his career at WBT in 1990 at age 16. He worked at the station while still attending Myers Park High School and […]