More Videos

The history of sexual harassment in America: five things to know 4:34

The history of sexual harassment in America: five things to know

Video shows Broward Sheriff's deputy fatally shooting Lauderdale Lakes man 2:56

Video shows Broward Sheriff's deputy fatally shooting Lauderdale Lakes man

Bodycam video released by Broward Sheriff's Offiice of fatal shooting of Lauderdale Lakes man 2:32

Bodycam video released by Broward Sheriff's Offiice of fatal shooting of Lauderdale Lakes man

Carolina Panthers DT Star Lotulelei speaks about defense, win vs. Minnesota 0:47

Carolina Panthers DT Star Lotulelei speaks about defense, win vs. Minnesota

Panthers Cam Newton on facing Packers Aaron Rodgers 0:46

Panthers Cam Newton on facing Packers Aaron Rodgers

Carolina Panthers celebrate victory over the Minnesota Vikings 0:30

Carolina Panthers celebrate victory over the Minnesota Vikings

Rain and snow mix it up in Charlotte 0:39

Rain and snow mix it up in Charlotte

Harding High wins state 4A football championship: Coach dances 1:03

Harding High wins state 4A football championship: Coach dances

Carolina Panthers introductions against the Minnesota Vikings 0:50

Carolina Panthers introductions against the Minnesota Vikings

Panthers Jonathan Stewart talks about scoring game-winning touchdown vs. Vikings 0:43

Panthers Jonathan Stewart talks about scoring game-winning touchdown vs. Vikings

  • On Style: Torrence Shealy

    Torrence Shealy grew up in Clinton, S.C., and earned his MBA from the University of South Carolina. After a 38-year career with Springs Global, Shealy went into the cleaning systems business in 2010. This is his second tour in Charlotte; he and his wife, Marcie, and their college-student twins have lived here since 1993.

On Style: Torrence Shealy

Torrence Shealy grew up in Clinton, S.C., and earned his MBA from the University of South Carolina. After a 38-year career with Springs Global, Shealy went into the cleaning systems business in 2010. This is his second tour in Charlotte; he and his wife, Marcie, and their college-student twins have lived here since 1993.