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Shooting Outside Midnight Diner

Good morning to you on this Thursday, 6 December 2012, from the WBTV News morning team... John Carter reporting to you this morning.

You'll want to turn on your television now...we're following a BREAKING NEWS ALERT in uptown Charlotte where there's been a shooting at a popular eating spot.  We've been told one person was wounded and has been taken to the hospital...another person was hurt.  We're getting more information right now and will bring you further details when you join us between 4:30 and 7:00 AM.

A major national story we're following...the debate over how to resolve the "fiscal cliff" deadline.  Both Republicans and Democrats appear to be at a standoff this morning...we'll have the latest.

Overnight clashes in Egypt between supporters and opponents of the country's Islamist president have killed at least three people.

A Salvation Army employee is attempting to set a Charlotte record for bell ringing and raise $5,000 in her red kettle...it's an all-new story we'll bring you this morning.

Also all-new this morning...Christine Nelson has a See, Click, Fix investigation...into an intersection you're calling confusing and dangerous.

And guys, do you realize there are only 19 more days until Christmas?  Have you done your shopping?  We've got help for you!  Astrid Martinez has an all-new story...a gift guide to make sure you get that special lady something she really wants.

Plus...Al Conklin is live on location this morning...to tell us about a special holiday program working to make sure every child has a happy Christmas.  He'll have details on how you can help.

And grab your coat...it's a little chilly out there this morning.  We have your First Alert Weather forecast!

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

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