Hello on this Friday, September 14. This is Christine Nelson with a quick email to tell you about the stories we're covering when you turn on WBTV News This Morning. We're on from 4:30-7:00 a.m.
LIVE: Police made a sad discovery after neighbors asked them to check on the welfare of a woman in north Charlotte. She was found dead in her apartment. Cam Man Ron Lee is on the scene with a live report on what police have learned so far about this homicide and we asked them if this was a random act. We'll have that answer.
Exclusive: The woman who was fired from a high-profile position in Mecklenburg County talks only to WBTV about what happened. Mary Wilson was let go last week as head of the Department of Social Services. We learned what she is being accused of and she told us her next step which is a sign the fight is not over.
We're hearing about more anti-American protests happening as we speak in other countries. We'll break in with live pictures as they come in and let you know whether crowds are getting violent again.
Plus, the Yiasou Greek festival is already bringing out big crowds in Charlotte!With that comes issues with parking. Astrid Martinez is live with details that will affect you whether you're going to the festival or not.
Gotta go! See you on tv.