Good Morning! It's Christine Nelson here, getting you caught up on the news of the day. We're live on the air now until 9 a.m.!
You remember Kilah Davenport right? She's the little from Union County who died after her stepfather, Joshua Houser, beat her. Current law only gives him 8-10 year in prison. Since then, there's a push to seek tougher penalties for child abusers. But this morning a North Carolina congressman tells us why he thinks "Kilah's Act," on a federal level, is being delayed.
Also, a Charlotte business owner speaks to us after his store is broken into twice in the past week.
We have a story about a habitual offender that will make any parent upset! We're looking into why a man, who recently plead guilty to trying to sell drugs near an elementary school, is a free man!
LIVE: It's day two of the Wells Fargo Championship. It has been jam packed at Quail Hollow Club! We have a live report from WBTV's Brody O'Connell. He has details on why the success of this tournament is important whether you follow the tournament or not.