WNCW-FM Podcasts

Podcasts of visiting artists and local news stories.

More to the Story from March 14, 2018 involved a visit from Ely Portillo, Economic Development, Business, and Finance Reporter for the Charlotte Observer.  Portillo talks about overlay districts - saving Charlotte Neighborhoods with certain character, the possible rewriting of outdated city zoning rules, and the Queen City's next planned skyscraper.

Posted by Host and Producer of More to the Story, WNCW Senior Producer, News Director, and NPR Morning Edition Regional Host- Paul Foster.

Friday Feature: Do You Get Enough Sleep?

Mar 15, 2018
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Perhaps you exercise, eat healthy, and do other things to take good care of yourself. However, if you don't get the proper amount of sleep and your body doesn't get in to a full deep sleep, everything else you're doing may be on no benefit.  The Importance of Good Sleep was spotlighted during this Friday Feature, as we interviewed two medical experts in the region.  Shari Newman- Clinical Manager of Sleep Services with Spartanburg Regional and Dr. Russell Stewart of the Rutherford Regional Healthcare System.   This segment originally aired           March 9, 2018.

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Thanks to the Greenville News, two topics with two different reporters were covered during this edition of More to the Story, broadcast originally March 7th, 2018.  Social Issues and City People Writer - Angelia Davis discussed the potential impact of South Carolina losing its top Foster Care provider, due to rules about faith-based requirements for foster care providers. While City and Downtown Writer- Eric Connor went over concerns and issues about transportation - Greenville's Transit System.