Charlotte at Six

Tonight on Charlotte at Six Mark Garrison provides the latest on the power substation shooting in Moore County this weekend. The good news is power could be back sooner than expected but authorities still don’t have any suspects.

In a Charlotte City Council meeting on Monday night, Charlotte City Manager Marcus Jones received a 14 percent raise, making his salary higher than the President of the United States. Tonight on Charlotte at Six Mark Garrison talks with a couple of city council members on both sides of the issue.

Welcome to another edition of Wacky News Monday with Anna, Boomer and Tommy on Charlotte at Six!

Tonight on Charlotte at Six we’re joined by helicopter pilot Don Evans, who flies the same model of helicopter that crashed yesterday, killing WBTV pilot Chip Tayag and meteorologist Jason Myers.

Charlotte Police created unnecessary anxiety on Saturday when there was word of a possible shooter at Southpark Mall. CMPD could have quickly reassured the public that there was NOT an active shooter — but they didn’t.  Instead, with their new shun-the-media policy, cops put out a Tweet that left the public fearing the worst while […]

Today on Charlotte at Six Mark is joined by Anna, Boomer and Tommy to talk about the dishes people love to hate every year on Turkey Day.

Test your knowledge about the news of the week and compete with Anna, Boomer and Tommy in the weekly Charlotte at Six News Quiz!

By this coming March, you’ll need a “Real ID” in order to fly commercially — but the process is not as easy as it might seems…especially for women. Mark Garrison talks with a Charlotte woman who has had some unexpected troubles at the DMV as she tries to sort through a sea of bureaucracy.

Every year the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. sets up a big ol’ Christmas tree, but have you ever thought about where it comes from? On this week’s Success at Six, Mark Garrison tells the story of this year’s Capitol Christmas Tree travelling from Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina.

A local democrat running for the State House has some explaining to do. She claims her republican opponent was once arrested for writing a bad check. But he wasn’t — and the mug shot in the commercial was created by the television producer. Mark Garrison looks at the lie being broadcast by Diamond Staten Williams.