Only on WBTV: Governor Perdue one-on-one; Several Charlotte fires ruled arsons

Good Monday morning! It's January 30. This is Christine Nelson with your first look at what we're covering on WBTV News This Morning:

It was by far one of the most explosive developments in Campaign 2012: Governor Beverly Perdue deciding not to seek re-election. She sits down one-on-one to talk about the decision and what her agenda is, now that she's considered a lame duck. Make sure to stay through the 6 a.m. hour to watch the entire 3:45 story!

As of 12:01 this morning, any Occupy Charlotte protesters camped out in uptown Charlotte will be breaking the law. But we've been out there and the law hasn't been enforced. Our Cam Man Ron Lee is on the case.

Plus... some of those movies and cable shows that you enjoy in the comfort of your own home are translating into big dollars for the Charlotte community. WBTV's Derrick Rose will explain.

See you on the air!