Good morning on this Thursday from the WBTV News morning team...John Carter reporting to you this morning.
We have a live report from Belmont this morning where two people have been killed in an overnight wreck at the intersection of Wilkinson Boulevard and Park Street.
You'll see a very interesting story about how a girl was choking at a local mall...but was saved by a stranger. Kristen Hampton brings us that story, all new this morning.
In Charlotte, police say they've caught the driver of a car that rammed into a police cruiser.
A thick, heavy fog in some areas this morning...Al Conklin will have your First Alert Weather Forecast. By the way, it's going to get very warm today...we could get close to a record high!
We'll have highlights from what may have been the final GOP presidential debate. Rick Santorum, who's leading in many national polls, was hammered by his fellow candidates.
Plus...the U.S. and North Korea reopened nuclear talks this morning.
The Charlotte Bobcats played the Indiana Pacers, trying to get back on the winning track. We have highlights from the game.
Be sure to join us for all those stories and so much more...this morning from 4:30 to 7 AM!
According to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, the incident happened just after 9 p.m. in the 1300 block of West Sugar Creek Road.More >>
According to the Harrisburg Fire Department, the incident happened on Roberta Road and Melissa Drive near the Rocky River Bridge. Firefighters initially tweeted about the wreck around 2:22 a.m.More >>
According to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, the incident happened in the 8600 block of South Boulevard.More >>
According to the Statesville Police Department, a man had called officers just after midnight and said he had been shot. Officers said they were able to track the man's cell phone and found him on Garner Bagnal Boulevard near Wilson Lee Boulevard.More >>
We're starting off chillier Wednesday morning behind Tuesday's blustery front, daybreak readings will be mainly in the 30s.More >>