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Searching for killer in a Rock Hill murder

Hello. It's Christine Nelson. Today is Wednesday, November 20. Here is a look at the top stories making headlines on WBTV News This Morning.

LIVE: A murder at Stone Haven Pointe Apartments in Rock Hill has authorities intensely search for the suspects. Yes, that's suspects (plural) because this morning we learned officials are looking for three people. WBTV's Cam Man Ron Lee will have the latest.

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Why are people in one Cabarrus town celebrating?? It has to do with a proposed strip club. We'll tell you what county commissioners decided.

Can you feed your family with $67 dollars per week for groceries. That's what some families on SNAP payments are going through. We went grocery shopping with an expert to help maximize those dollars and help you make healthy choices.

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  • Charlotte shelter allows overflow visitors on frigid December night

    Charlotte shelter allows overflow visitors on frigid December night

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 11:51 PM EST2017-12-13 04:51:35 GMT
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    The Salvation Army Center of Hope was expected to be crowded Tuesday evening. Temperatures are expected to drops into the 20s overnight. The facility serves as a shelter for women and children in need of a temporary place to stay. 

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    The Salvation Army Center of Hope was expected to be crowded Tuesday evening. Temperatures are expected to drops into the 20s overnight. The facility serves as a shelter for women and children in need of a temporary place to stay. 

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  • Mother diagnosed with rare eye cancer fights a good fight

    Mother diagnosed with rare eye cancer fights a good fight

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 11:05 PM EST2017-12-13 04:05:36 GMT
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    Jessica Bosemiller works at the local YMCA here and her husband is a Charlotte and Cornelius firefighter. The cancer she has is so rare that only about 2,000 people are diagnosed in the United States each year, yet doctors WBTV spoke with Tuesday say there is a concentrated number of cases showing up in this area.

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    Jessica Bosemiller works at the local YMCA here and her husband is a Charlotte and Cornelius firefighter. The cancer she has is so rare that only about 2,000 people are diagnosed in the United States each year, yet doctors WBTV spoke with Tuesday say there is a concentrated number of cases showing up in this area.

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  • CMS school board welcomes new members and tackles diversity

    CMS school board welcomes new members and tackles diversity

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 10:39 PM EST2017-12-13 03:39:01 GMT
    (Dedrick Russell | WBTV)(Dedrick Russell | WBTV)

    Charlotte Mecklenburg School Board (CMS) voted on new leadership at its Tuesday night board meeting.  Mary McCary was re-elected as chairperson.  This is her fifth year being selected to lead the board.  She says she will be more intentional about her role this time around. "We're going to really pay attention to what our vision our mission." 

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    Charlotte Mecklenburg School Board (CMS) voted on new leadership at its Tuesday night board meeting. Mary McCary was re-elected as chairperson. This is her fifth year being selected to lead the board. 

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