Thirteen years after becoming pen pals with a group of kindergarten students in Georgia, a U.S. Army brigadier general surprised the now-high school seniors at their school in a heartwarming first in-person meeting.
Pleasant Knoll Band Director Brandon Sanders is Getting Results for his students in the classroom as a teacher, and as a mentor.
Chipotle has expanded its tuition reimbursement program to provide all of its employees the chance at a college degree.
It's been several weeks since teachers across North Carolina returned to the classroom and with each passing day, the uncertainty of pay raises for those teachers hangs in the balance.
Fox 46 recognizes Robert Carrington, the band director at William Amos Hough High School, for getting results in the classroom.
A Florida middle school teacher is under investigation after giving students a multiple-choice question about President Donald Trump that referred to him as an “idiot,” according to reports.
One of the UNC Charlotte shooting survivors, Drew Pescaro, took to social media on Wednesday to write a series of tweets on the eve of when the accused shooter, 22-year-old Trystan Andrew Terrell, is expected to make a guilty plea.
The University is looking for feedback on ways to honor those who lost their lives last year during a tragic campus shooting.
A 9-year-old boy said he had “the worst birthday ever” when his lunch was taken away because he had an outstanding balance at an Ohio school.
Police are still looking for a gunman who opened fire at an off campus house party over the weekend, killing a 19-year-old and injuring four others.
It's officially a new era for UNC-Charlotte athletics. Fans can now buy beer and wine while enjoying some college football.
Union county superintendent Andrew Houlihan comes on Good Day Charlotte to talk about the new school year and the recent problems with guns on campus in the district.
Jonathan Vogel with Vogel Law Firm breaks down why the CMS board refuses to release for the resignation of CMS superintendent Dr. Clayton Wilcox.
Ms. Tuttle from Levine Middle College High visits Good Day Charlotte after being named CMS teacher of the year.
CMS teacher of the year candidate Alicianna Smith,a 2nd grade teacher at Stoney Creek Elementary school, stops by Good Day Charlotte.
Ms. Kimberly Tuttle, eleventh grade honors English teacher from Levine Middle College High, test our knowledge on our studies.
Cherelle Phelps, 10th grade English teacher at West Charlotte high school, talks about being nominated for CMS teacher of the year.
Precious Kotte from Metro School talks about being nominated for teacher of the year.
Good Day Charlotte highlights Mr. Cavnar from South Point High School for this week's teacher getting results.
South-Point High teacher named 'Teacher Getting Results'