Good Monday morning! It's April 16. I'm Christine Nelson. Let's get the work week started on the right foot! Tune in to WBTV News This Morning at 4:30 a.m., grab your coffee and we'll get you caught up on the most important news of the day.
The warnings were coming in as early as Friday about the dangerous tornadoes that were going to hit the Midwest. More than 120 reports of tornadoes were reported, unfortunately some were deadly. I will be tracking the latest information coming out of Oklahoma and Kansas. Watch for the full report.
Plus, the brother of the young man killed in a speeding SUV accident is being investigated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also known as ICE. WBTV's Kristen Hampton found out even more information on the charges against him when he appears in court.
Also, it's a learning lesson for Charlotte-Mecklenburg School students that could save their lives. The dangers of texting and driving. Dedrick Russell has details.
See you on the air!