A missing Ballantyne teen has been found alive after more than a year of searching. Haley Burns is back with family. We're learning more about the man accused of using the Internet to abduct her. Police arrested a Georgia man accused of holding the 17-year-old captive over the past 13 months. continue reading ›
WCCB Charlotte’s Marvin Beach joined the team as a Reporter/Photographer in May 2009. He shoots, writes, and edits his own stories from start to finish. He also works behind the camera with your favorite WCCB Charlotte anchors.
Marvin is from Inman, SC. He graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of South Carolina. While in Columbia, he also interned at WIS News 10.
In 2010, Marvin won first place for Spot News from the RTDNAC.
In his spare time, Marvin is an avid Atlanta Braves fan and also follows the Carolina Panthers and Charlotte Hornets.
With his mom a native of the Philippines, Marvin enjoys sharing his Filipino culture with others. He got his love of broadcasting from his dad, who is an amateur radio operator and retired high school teacher.
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Searching for a solution to the senseless violence. There have been 46 homicides in Charlotte this year. Four in the last week alone. Now familiar faces are stepping up to help fight a battle Charlotte has faced before. continue reading ›
Senseless violence plaguing the Queen City. Nearly 50 people murdered this year. The most recent happening in the last 24 hours.. three people killed in two separate shootings. continue reading ›
Wednesday CMPD Chief Kerr Putney will announce new efforts to fight violent crime this summer. The efforts come as the family of Charlotte's 43rd homicide victim this year pleads for help finding his killer. continue reading ›
New information tonight about Charlotte's latest murder victim. Family members say 21-year-old Zach Finch had gone to a buy a phone from someone he met through an online app. continue reading ›
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police are expanding their use of body cameras. By the end of the month, all patrol officers will be equipped with body cams to use during their secondary or off-duty jobs. continue reading ›
A voting software company with an office in Matthews is at the center of a report on Russian Hacking in the Presidential Election. continue reading ›