Good Monday morning to you on this July 9, 2012 from the WBTV News morning team...John Carter reporting to you this morning.
Be sure to join us from 4:30 to 7 AM this morning as there is a lot of news to tell you about. Cam Man Ron Lee will join us live from Union County with the latest details on a triple homicide investigation. Neighbors tell us they are shocked at what happened.
If you are tired of the extreme heat...relief is on the way. We'll take a look at what you can expect weather-wise this week in your First Alert Weather forecast. Look for some rain this week as well. And weather isn't just causing issues here in the United States. We'll take you overseas where there have been numerous weather related deaths following extreme flooding.
You'll hear from neighbors in the Charlotte area where a man was shot and killed by a Charlotte Mecklenburg Police officer. WBTV was at a vigil held last night for the dead man.
Today marks a week since new Charlotte Mecklenburg School superintendent Dr. Heath Morrison officially began his job. We have a special story on his week in this morning's School Zone Report.
And today's the day that computer virus could affect computers across the nation...causing problems with internet connections. The FBI has set up a website to help delete it from your computer. We'll bring you that information.
We're into the Major League Baseball All-Star break! The Home Run Derby will be held tonight with the All-Star game tomorrow night. We've got highlights from the Braves-Phillies game as well as highlights from the greatest rivalry in baseball.