Super storm: Airline passengers stranded in Charlotte thanks to Sandy

Hello to you on this Monday! It's October 29. This is Christine Nelson. I'm in the newsroom right now going over with producers the news of the day. We covering quite a few big stories. Turn on WBTV News This Morning from 4:30-7:00 a.m. so we can get you caught up.

LIVE: Hurricane Sandy not only making news this morning in North Carolina, but she already making her presence known across the northeast. In fact, there are many people stranded as we speak at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The news about when they'll be able to head back to their destination isn't good either. WBTV's Astrid Martinez is there with a live report.

We have the latest information on the missing Catawba County teens who were found dead in their vehicle. The community has already been sending messages to WBTV about how devastating the news is for the family and friends. We're getting information from troopers on what exactly led to their deaths. WBTV's Cam Man Ron Lee just finished gathering all of that info and has a live report with the latest.

He shot his wife while he was on duty! An accused South Carolina police officer, on the wrong side of the law, is on the run this morning.

Plus, the latest on a UNC-Chapel Hill student from Charlotte found dead over the weekend.

See you on the air!