Near Record Low Expected

Hello friends, it's Paul Cameron from the WBTV Newsroom.

Have you covered up your new tomato plants?  You should.  Eric Thomas is calling for near freezing temperatures by tomorrow morning and we could set a new record low for the date.

Because of our mild winter, mosquitos were out in force early.  Now some are wondering if a late April freeze will thin the mosquito herd.  Will it?  We'll ask an expert at 11:00PM.

There's news in the disappearance of a Fort Bragg medic.  Police arrest a second person in connection to the night Kelli Bordeaux went missing after a night at a Fayetteville bar.  You'll find out where the investigation stands.

We've also got some disturbing video of a break-in at a gun store.  Crooks stole half the store's inventory, which means plenty of weapons are now on the streets.

The police chief in Sanford, Florida, who decided not to arrest George Zimmerman for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, offered to resign tonight.  Sanford's city council voted not to accept his resignation.  So what's next?

And, there's something you've probably never seen before-- a woman jumps into a moving vehicle that police are trying to stop.

Join Molly Grantham and me for Charlotte's first choice for news at 11:00PM tonight!