Pets owners dumping dogs and cats at a local nature preserve. It is a crime in North Carolina. Animal advocates are hoping to raise awareness to the problem. 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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Shoppers and workers caught in the line of fire when police say a shoot out erupted in the parking lot of an East Charlotte shopping center. Two people shot are recovering. continue reading ›
A crucial vote in the U.S. House Thursday could determine the fate of the GOP's plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. More than 20 Republicans say they won't vote for the bill. continue reading ›
A CMS student detained by ICE hopes a plea deal will give him a chance to finish high school in Charlotte. An immigration judge could decide whether or not to deport Gus Zamudio next week. continue reading ›
The owner of a hookah bar in University City says he wants to find a way to stop the violence. His comments come one day after five people were stabbed outside his business. continue reading ›
A Sons of Confederate Veterans convention sparks a second day of protests in Rock Hill. York Technical College allowed members to hold their conference on campus. continue reading ›
In his first State of the State address Monday night, Governor Roy Cooper urged lawmakers to act this week to repeal HB 2. Cooper called the law a dark cloud hanging over the state. continue reading ›