Good morning to you on this Thursday, 25 October 2012, from the WBTV News morning team... John Carter reporting to you here. Be sure to join us from 4:30 to 7:00 AM.
We have breaking news out of Gaston County this morning. Cam Man Ron Lee will be live from the Daimler Trucks plant off highway 321 where firefighters battled a two-alarm fire this morning. The fire broke out around midnight...no one was hurt. Ron will have many more details.
Two young men have been arrested following a homicide in southwest Charlotte.
Charlotte-based Bank of America is responding to a one-billion dollar federal lawsuit.
We're working this morning to get more details about the appeals hearing of fired former Mecklenburg DSS director Mary Wilson. The hearing was held yesterday...but county leaders are not releasing any information.
Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx and several city council members are in New York today...where they'll hear a presentation from NFL Commissioner Roger Goddell.
And you absolutely don't want to miss the live report from Astrid Martinez this morning...she's at one of the biggest, iconic events in Mecklenburg County. The Mallard Creek Barbeque is today...and it's all about pork and politics.
Plus...Christine Nelson has an all-new See, Click, Fix investigation...she's getting answers about a bridge in Charlotte that has yet to be built.
Also...these summer-like temperatures we've been having...don't get used to them! Meteorologist Al Conklin tells us much colder temperatures are on their way.
Sports! We've got highlights from game one of the World Series! A spectacular performance from one player who hit THREE HOME RUNS!!