Charlotte officers cleared in incident that left woman brain dead; EXCLUSIVE: President Obama interview with WBTV

Good Wednesday morning! This is Christine Nelson sending you a quick email on the stories we're covering on WBTV News This Morning at 4:30 a.m.:

WBTV obtained access to the report that details why some Charlotte Mecklenburg Police officers have been cleared of wrongdoing in an incident that left a woman brain dead. Tanisha Williams turns 19-years-old today. She has been in a coma for two months.

Our Paul Cameron is the only Charlotte anchor to get exclusive access to the White House and President Obama. He sat down with the president one-on-one to get him to answer some tough questions in what's going to be a hotly contested re-election effort. We'll play that interview for you this morning.

Plus... you're probably getting ready this morning for an important meeting today. WBTV's Kristen Hampton looks into the idea: Do meetings make you dumb?

We'll see you on the air!