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Troopers Go After Driver Doing More Than 100 MPH

It's time to turn on your television!  Good morning to you on this Thursday, 20 December 2012, from the WBTV News morning team...John Carter reporting to you this morning.  Be sure to tune in from 4:30 to 7:00 AM plenty of news awaits you!

Cam Man Ron Lee is live this morning...with details of a chase involving NC State Troopers and a driver doing more than 100 miles per hour!  The chase ended in Northeast Charlotte in a Belmont neighborhood.  Ron has the latest details.

More viewings and funerals will take place today for six more students and three adults killed at Sandy Hook Elementary school.  And the superintendent of schools now says Sandy Hook may never open again.  We'll tell you about a local vigil that will be held in our area tonight.

Meanwhile, Vice-president Joe Biden will hold his first meeting today as head of the task force to look into ways to control gun violence in the United States.  The President wants answers in January.

The duel continues between the President and the Speaker of the House this morning as we approach the fiscal cliff...we'll have the latest on the negotiations.

South Korea has a new president this morning...and for the first time, a female president!

Christine Nelson has an all-new See, Click, Fix investigation this morning.  Driving along one street in west Charlotte has one viewer nervous. The problem is not in the road... but what could become a road hazard if something is not done.

And Astrid Martinez with an all-new story for you this morning.  Holiday travel is ramping up again, and right now at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport, thousands of U-S service men and women are making their way through to their final destinations.

Some great sports highlights...and lowlights!  The Charlotte Bobcats played last did the Tar Heels and the Blue Devils.  We've got the winners...and the big UPSET!

Plus...have your umbrella handy.  Al Conklin tells us what to expect before you head out the door this morning in his First Alert Weather forecast.

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

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