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Pastor protest allowed on public property

Hello again friends, it's Paul Cameron in the WBTV newsroom. 

Tonight at 11:00PM—a protest against a local pastor and his anti-gay sermon will take place on public property after all.  The ACLU negotiated with Catawba County officials, getting them to drop their 14-day rule for assembly permits.  At last count, more than 1,000 people have signed up for Sunday's event.

What's the softest target for a copper thief?  Air conditioning units at churches, which are mostly unused for during the week, are the prime targets.  Three Charlotte churches have had their A/C's stolen in the past week.

Charges filed tonight for crime from 33 years ago—the kidnapping and murder of a 6-year old boy.  Etan Patz was last seen in his neighborhood walking home from school in 1979.  Tonight, a former grocery store worker in that same neighborhood is in jail.

Also tonight, who forgot to shut the door?  A boarding staircase which doubles as a cabin hatch, fell off an airplane and landed on a golf course.  Fortunately, no one hit and no one fell out.

Trending on WBTV.com  A Rowan County man has been charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor for giving Mucinex to two teen boys, making both of the boys sick. Click here to read more about the story

Join Molly Grantham, Eric Thomas, Delano Little and me for WBTV News at 11:00 Tonight!

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