Hello again everyone, it's Paul Cameron in the WBTV newsroom.
Tonight at 5:00PM—families in north Charlotte aren't very happy to hear they'll soon be living next to prisoners. The county plans to re-open the Spector Drive processing facility, which means jailbirds could be released on bond near where kids play.
A South Carolina mother went to jail for cheering at her son's graduation. Tonight, we're looking at the strict rules in place for this week's graduation ceremonies at CMS schools.
A great day on the stock market—the best so far this year.
And, our consumer reporter, Kristen Miranda, shows us how the best way to fight crime, is right at your fingertips.
Trending on WBTV.com: A star pitcher for Providence High School may have to miss out on the pomp and circumstance of his high school graduation, according to his family said, after he skipped a graduation rehearsal in order to accept a contract offer with a Major League Baseball team. Click here for the full story.