Hello everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom, back from St. Louis after spending time with Concord's home-grown band, the Avett Brothers. Hope you got a chance to see my exclusive backstage story with Scott and Seth Avett. If you missed it, log on to WBTV.com and you can see it in its entirety.
Tonight at 11:00-- the state is investigating naked photos of teenagers passed around on social media. The probe started in the Raleigh area, but has now spread to Rowan County. Our reporter Coleen Harry has search warrants outlining the cases they're looking at. She'll give us the latest details on the late news.
While the jury deliberates, WBTV's David Spunt is talking exclusively to Kilah Davenport's grandmother who breaks her silence about the trial that could send Joshua Houser to jail for a long time. Houser is accused of throwing the little girl against the wall, causing severe brain damage.
Governor Pat McCrory is demanding Duke Energy turn over all paperwork on how it is handling the coal ash cleanup. He's given Duke two weeks to comply. Some have wondered if the Governor would be soft on his former employer? When I asked him about this recently, he told me, "I've had members of the media say, you used to work for Duke, yeah. But I'm governor now, I'm not working for Duke. I've got a new job."