Hello. It's Christine Nelson, checking in on this Wednesday, October 30. There is a lot of news to cover this morning! Here is what you'll see when you turn on WBTV News This Morning at 4:30 a.m. Let us help get your morning started!
LIVE: We're working to get more details on a terrible discovery in Greenwood County, South Carolina. Six people have been found dead in a home. And it looks like this was domestic related. We have some manpower down in that area helping us gather more facts. At 5:15 a.m., watch for a live report on the latest information coming from the scene.
Could there be more arrests in the North Carolina state fair investigation into the ride malfunction? The short answer is yes. WBTV's Cam Man Ron Lee found out about investigators, and the only suspect arrested so far, revisiting the park.
Scams. Unfortunately, people are still falling victim...especially seniors. If you have a older loved one in your family you don't want to miss this morning's report from WBTV's Astrid Martinez. There's a program the Better Business Bureau wants you to know to help protect some of the most vulnerable consumers.
Remember all the flooding we got this summer. If you're still picking up the pieces we have a disaster declaration to tell you about where people in counties like Ashe, Avery and Watauga can receive federal aid.
Halloween is tomorrow! While it's meant to be a fun evening for kids there is a scary statistic that is an eye opener: Kids are twice as likely to be hit by a car on Halloween! We're on your side letting you know the best way to keep your kids safe tomorrow.
See you on the air!