Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom.
Police are going door-to-door telling neighbors in one south Charlotte development to lock their doors and be wary of strangers after an 82-year old woman was killed in her home. Our Steve Crump has the latest on what authorities are faced with solving.
A 20-mile police chase through two counties ends with a wreck and arrest. We've got the video of the take down of a man who police say had cocaine, cash and a 9mm pistol in his waistband.
CVS Pharmacy stores are getting out of the tobacco business. The company says it plans to stop selling cigarettes this year. It's a move praised by health groups, but our business reporter Melissa Hankins will tell us it could also mean some big losses.
It's national signing day for high school athletes. Mallard Creek High is sending eleven athletes to either Division 1 or Division 2 college football programs. Our sports team will have who's going where.
How many homeless men and woman walk Charlotte's streets? The county is currently trying to count them. So far, no concrete numbers, but a year ago, there were 2,418 considered without homes in Mecklenburg.
Please join Maureen O'Boyle, Eric Thomas and me for WBTV News at 5:00 in just a few minutes!
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