Good morning! It's Monday, September 10. This is Christine Nelson writing this email from the newsroom before I go on set. Here's a look at the stories we're covering on WBTV News This Morning. Remember we're on from 4:30-7:00 a.m.!
A Concord family is pulling out all the stops to find their loved one who vanished without a trace. Police are calling Crystal Morrison's disappearance suspicious. WBTV's Cam Man Ron Lee has details on what the family is doing to keep their daughter's case in the spotlight.
Developing: A teacher strike in Chicago is hours away from happening, and if it does it will be the first one in 25 years! We'll tell you the late breaking development that happened overnight that has teachers ready to picket later this morning. This story is sure to make national headlines as pay raises are at the center of the controversy.
Plus, we're four days removed from the Democratic National Convention and this morning we're hearing about both the wins and losses from the big event. WBTV's Astrid Martinez tells us who is giving the DNC a passing grade, and who is calling it a total fail.
Al Conklin is putting the finishing touches on your forecast right now. We're going to be feeling some significant changes in the weather this week. Tonya Rivens is watching the interstates and secondary roads for any problems on your commute. They'll have updates every 10 minutes!
See you on the air!