Good morning to you on this Thursday, 8 November 2012, from the WBTV News morning team...John Carter reporting to you this morning.
A lot has been happening that we'll tell you about when you join us from 4:30 to 7:00 AM.
Cam Man Ron Lee is live this morning...with new information on a high speed chase that started along I-77 late last night. It all began as the State Highway Patrol says troopers tried to stop a stolen car.
Investigators in Bessemer City are trying to figure out the cause of a fire that heavily damaged a home overnight...we'll show you what happened.
Parts of the northeast that were pounded by super storm Sandy...and now being pummeled by a nor'easter that's bringing high winds, rain, snow, and the threat of flooding. Our Astrid Martinez is monitoring the situation and will bring us up-to-the-minute information on what's happening.
We're expecting to hear more from North Carolina governor-elect Pat McCrory today...on his plans for the state after he assumes office. You'll hear what McCrory had to say in his first news conference following the election.
Meanwhile...problems with vote counting in Florida...and concerns over long lines and broken voting machines in South Carolina. We'll have details on what's happening today.
All new this morning...what's the use of having a speed limit sign if you can't see it? That's what one viewer asked See, Click, Fix to look into. Christine Nelson has the story!
The Charlotte Bobcats took on the Phoenix Suns here at home...we'll have highlights of the game as well as other NBA action!
And find out why about two dozen players with the Indianapolis Colts have shaved their heads!
Plus...another cold start to the day! Al Conklin has your First Alert Weather forecast.