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Missing Man's Car Found; Wild Early Morning End To Daytona 500; Foggy Start To Your Day

Good morning on this Tuesday from the WBTV News morning show team...John Carter reporting this morning.

The car of a missing man has been found in Charlotte...the missing man is from Pennsylvania.  Cam Man Ron Lee will be live with complete details of the mystery.

Be careful as you head out this morning...fog advisories are in effect for much of the area.  Al Conklin will have your complete First Alert Weather forecast.

A wild finish to the Daytona 500...it didn't end until one o'clock this morning!  Matt Kenseth takes the checkered flag...after the race was delayed for two hours following an explosion on the track!  We'll show you the highlights.

Trial gets underway today in the lawsuit involving a woman who lost her are in a boating accident on Lake Norman.

And an unusual story...local charities and homeless shelters are urging you NOT to give money to the homeless.

Campaign 2012...it's primary day in Arizona and Michigan.

Plus...a follow-up to that terrible school shooting in Ohio...new information is coming out this morning.

Those stories and so much more...coming your way between 4:30 and 7 AM!  Be sure to watch!

 

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