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Police Look For Killer Of 17-Year-Old

Good morning to you on this Monday, 17 September 2012, from the WBTV News morning team...John Carter reporting to you as we begin the new work week.

Be sure to join us from 4:30 to 7:00 AM this morning as there is a lot to tell you about.  Cam Man Ron Lee will join us live...as police are searching for the killer of a 17-year-old in east Charlotte this morning.  We'll get many more details from Ron on exactly what happened and where police are in their search.

The so-called "Frankenstein" robber has been arrested...a man police say held up more than seven gas stations in the Charlotte area.

The man arrested in Charleston, South Carolina for the murder of his wife in Charlotte is scheduled to be in court today.

Two men are in jail this morning, charged with murdering a man who once was a pastor in Charlotte.

Astrid Martinez will have a special report this morning...all-new for the morning show.  We know that social media sites are great at reconnecting people or networking with employers.  They're also a great way for people you know…and NOT know…to monitor your life.

It's a big day for the Charlotte Knights today...construction is scheduled to start on the team's new uptown stadium.

The Carolina Panthers are celebrating this morning after a big, home-opening win against the New Orleans Saints.  But they won't have much time to celebrate...their next game is this Thursday night at home against the New York Giants.

And speaking of football...we're going to show you a record-setting game by a young high school player.  You won't believe how many touchdowns he scored during a game...while he was celebrating his birthday!

All that...and so much more...when you join us this morning from 4:30 to 7:00 AM.  Hope to see you then!

 

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