Good morning it's Christine Nelson! It's Monday, June 18. Here is a look at what's happening now. WBTV News This Morning is on from 4:30 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.
New this morning: A frightening end to the day for workers at a McDonald's in Mint Hill. An angry customer fired right into the business around closing time. WBTV's Cam Man Ron Lee got right to the scene as police we're tracking that shooter down. He found out what happened moments before the incident that set this man off. He has all the details in a live report.
This story you really need to pay attention to. That's because police need help finding the driver who caused a wreck that killed two people in Rowan County. The person over-corrected, killing two people riding a motorcycle.
Plus, we have more details behind the sudden death of Rodney King. Officials are still investigating despite initials reports that he drowned.
Don't forget to stay through our 6 a.m. hour for all new stories!
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One person is injured during a reported bus accident in south Charlotte Sunday morning. The incident occurred at the intersection of Old Pineville Road and Tyvola Road around 10 a.m. One person was injured during the accident. The extent of those injuries have not been released.More >>
A truck crashed into a power pole Sunday afternoon in west Charlotte near a gas station. Officials say the truck crashed into a pole causing another pole to snap on Wilkinson Boulevard. The incident occurred around 12 p.m. near the QuikTrip gas station.More >>
One person was pronounced dead after a fatal three-car crash near south Charlotte. The wreck happened at the intersection of Clanton Road and South Boulevard around 11:50 p.m. Friday night. Both roads were shut down in both directions as officials worked to clear the scene.More >>
Minor injuries are reported after a a single car crash in east Charlotte last Saturday night. The car crashed into a tree in the 2700 block of Eastway Drive. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police says alcohol was a contributing factor in this case. It is not known if charges will be filed.More >>
CHARLOTTE, NC (Joseph Persons/ The Charlotte Observer) The NFL will take over the investigation of allegations of workplace misconduct involving Carolina Panthers owner and founder Jerry Richardson, league spokesman Brian McCarthy confirmed Sunday.More >>