Good morning to you on this Tuesday, 19 March 2013, from the WBTV News morning team...John Carter reporting to you this morning! Turn on your television now as we have a lot of information to bring you this morning from 4:30 to 7:00 AM.
You may be feeling a little drowsy this morning. Overnight storms that brought lightning and thunder kept a lot of folks awake. This morning we've got fog in the area. Al Conklin will have complete weather details of what you can expect as you start your day in his First Alert Weather forecast.
LIVE from the Vatican! Official installation services for Pope Francis are underway at the Vatican right now. A massive crowd has gathered in St. Peter's square...as many as a million people are expected to attend. We'll take you there live to show you what's happening.
LIVE...Cam Man Ron Lee has the latest on the legal battle between the ACLU and Rowan County commissioners-- over the right to pray before public meetings. The Commissioners held an emergency meeting with an attorney last night-- to discuss the next course of action.
We have new information on the Rock Hill assistant principal facing child porn charges.
WBTV has learned Mecklenburg County Manager Harry Jones may be considering an early departure from his job. During a closed session later today, county commissioners will take up a "personnel matter". One source on the board tells us it involves Jones.
LIVE...Astrid Martinez will join us with an all-new story for you this morning. Low enrollment and a sagging economy means the doors of McKinney Academy in Davidson will close forever. It's one of the few African American owned schools in our area. Astrid takes a look at what happens now to students and faculty.
Authorities in South Carolina now say it appears the fire that destroyed more than 100 condos near Myrtle Beach...was likely set by someone.
A story you don't want to miss...how a dog that was supposed to be going home on a flight to Arizona...somehow wound up going to Ireland!
Plus...a win for the Charlotte Bobcats!
All that and so much more when you join us this morning from 4:30 to 7:00 AM! See you then!
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