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Very Cold Start To Your Day; President Obama In NC; Islamic Center Threat; Bobcats Lose 21st In A Row

Good morning to you on this Tuesday, April 24, 2012 from the WBTV News morning team...John Carter reporting to you this morning.

Grab your heavy coat...it's COLD out there this morning!  Freezing temperatures in some areas.  Al Conklin will have your complete First Alert Weather forecast this morning to help you get your day started.

President Obama is coming to North Carolina today...we'll have the latest on his visit and where he'll appear.

The North Carolina Senate has introduced a bill that would have a significant impact on teacher tenure if passed.  It's a bill that has a lot of educators talking this morning.

The FBI is investigating a threatening letter that was sent to the Islamic Center of Charlotte.  We'll have details.

Testimony is underway in the John Edwards campaign finance trial in Greensboro.  Former aide Andrew Young testified yesterday and is expected to take the stand again today.

A very interesting health story this morning:  Older women struggling with memory loss may want to start weight training.

And, who wants to be a millionaire?  Our Kristen Hampton is live with the story of a local man trying to hit the jackpot.

Plus...make that 21 in a row now for the Charlotte Bobcats.  Another loss...plus, an ejection.  We'll have highlights.

All that and so much more when you join us this morning from 4:30 to 7 AM.  Hope to see you then!

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