Good morning to you on this Tuesday, July 31...it's the last day of the month! John Carter of the WBTV News morning team reporting to you this morning.
It's a busy morning in the newsroom as we're working on a lot of news that happened overnight... we'll bring it to you from 4:30 to 7 this morning...be sure to tune in!
Police in west Charlotte say a man dressed as a probation officer pushed his way inside a home then pepper-sprayed the adults who were there. Two other men were with the crook and police say they ransacked the house and stole cash and other items. We'll have a live report with more details.
Funeral services will be held today for the Watauga County Sheriff's deputy who was shot and killed in the line of duty last week.
A false alarm at SouthPark Mall in south Charlotte. What was reported by some local media as a parking deck collapse last night...turned out to be a small piece of falling concrete.
A reminder to watch where you cross the street in uptown Charlotte, as police are focusing on jaywalkers. 41 people were issued citations during the first day of the crackdown.
We'll tell you about a wake up call for the medical community this morning...after a man allegedly infected dozens of patients with Hepatitis C.
And everyone's probably lost their keys at one time or another...but did it cost you tens of thousands of dollars? Probably not! But we have the story of lost keys that are doing just that...and it involves the Olympics.
The Carolina Panthers will hit the practice field at 10:30 this morning...and they'll be tossing t-shirts to fans following practice. Plus...the Atlanta Braves trying to break the dreaded Monday's curse! We'll explain in our sports segment.