"FAQ City" is an online, broadcast and podcast series that invites the community to help shape our news coverage. Send us your question, and we may answer it on an upcoming episode. Claire Donnelly is the new host of "FAQ City." The series was previously hosted by Nick de la Canal and Alexandra Watts.What do you wonder about Charlotte, its people and culture? Click here to submit your question or complete the form below! We might just answer it on an upcoming episode of FAQ City.
Answers to your electric vehicle questions
We’ve all heard of Tesla. What are some other electric vehicle options? How much do they cost? Can you buy used? FAQ City charges into all of your questions about electric cars.
How many Charlotteans are native?
Charlotte seems to be made up of a lot of transplants, or people who moved here from other parts of the country or world. How many Queen City residents were actually born and raised in Charlotte?
Queens University of Charlotte is rumored to be haunted. Here's what we found out.
Queens University in Charlotte is rumored to be a major site of paranormal activity. Is there any truth to these ghost stories?
How can you avoid hitting back-to-back red lights in Charlotte?
When you’re driving, nothing is more annoying than a string of red traffic lights. Why are some Charlotte traffic signals so poorly timed? And is there anything you can do about it?
Why Do Sidewalks End? Examining Charlotte's Sidewalks To Nowhere
Why do some sidewalks in the Charlotte region come to an abrupt end? This special rebroadcast of an FAQ City episode tells you some reasons why.
Why are Charlotte's streetlights turning purple?
Some of the Charlotte region’s streetlights are mysteriously changing color. We illuminate why — and how — some people are seeing purple.
Getting To Know Charlotte
As a immigrant transplant of 21 years in Charlotte, this very enjoyable podcast to be informative, light and entertaining. I feel better and smile more, knowing my adopted home city better.
I moved to CLT 4yrs ago and this show has answered many of the burning questions I’ve had. Love the “to the point” reporting. Great podcast. I’m from Raleigh and would love if Raleigh had one too.