Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom where tonight, we're looking for a way to fight canker worms. City arborists are touring Charlotte, looking for the worst damage to the tree canopy. They tell us the west side is hardest hit by the pesky pests. Reporter Coleen Harry will share what she learned about the war on worms.
Early voting for the May 6th primary begins tomorrow. You will be asked for an ID, but aren't required to show one until 2016.
The NFL released its season schedule and the Carolina Panthers will play at least three nationally televised prime time games. The Cats will open at home against the Detroit Lions on September 14th and will travel to play Steve Smith and the Baltimore Ravens two weeks later, a game televised by CBS and WBTV.
We're also hearing tonight from local Medal of Honor recipient Sergeant Kyle White. He tells his incredible story of heroism, but admits what happened on the battlefield still haunts him.
Weatherwise, spring doesn't get much better than what's in Kelly Franson's forecast. So please join Molly Grantham, Kelly Franson, Delano Little and me for WBTV News at 11:00 tonight!
Due to events at Bank of America Stadium this summer, the Charlotte Knights will change the times of two scheduled games this summer, as well as change the date for another game. These changes will help alleviate congestion in and around the Uptown Charlotte area. Below are the changes being made to the Knights schedule. Sunday, July 22nd: The Knights were originally scheduled to host Indianapolis at 5:05 p.m. Charlotte will now shift their game time to a 1...More >>
These changes will help alleviate congestion in and around the uptown Charlotte area.More >>
According to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police, the shooting happened in the 900 block of North Tryon Street.More >>
"He has walked with people through some of the darkest times imaginable," Rammell said. "What happened yesterday was a testimony of mental illness."More >>
The crash happened around 9 a.m. on I-85 south near mile marker 37, Beatties Ford Road. Four of the five lanes were closed for a time.More >>