Hello. It's Wednesday October 17. This is Christine Nelson sending you a quick email about the stories we'll be covering live on WBTV News This Morning. We're on from 4:30-7:00 a.m.
The family of a toddler, who died from the E. coli bacterial infection, is celebrating the young boy's life today. Gage Lefevers will be laid to rest. Before the family privately says their goodbyes, they shared what's on their hearts with WBTV and answer the question whether they're angry about the child contracting the bacterial infection, that officials are connecting to the Cleveland County Fair.
There were tense moments, zingers, jabs. Lots to talk about this morning after last night's second presidential debate. Who won? Were the facts right? Where are the candidates stumping today? We have the most comprehensive coverage coming off of what was a spirited debate.
Plus, we have the latest on how the search for two missing Catawba County teens is shifting its focus far away from North Carolina.
Also, WBTV's Astrid Martinez has a story that is going to affect the student in your household...and their stomachs! Why some students are saying the state's new menu guidelines is leaving them wanting more.
We'll see you on the air!