New: Deadly wreck in Salisbury

Hello and good morning. It's Christine Nelson writing you from the newsroom. Today is Monday, May 19. We have a lot of news to cover today. The whole crew on our Emmy Award winning morning show is ready to get you caught up for the day. WBTV News This Morning is live now until 9 a.m. Tune in!

A terrible wreck overnight in Salisbury. We know one person died. Our Mark Davenport is live from the scene with all new details from overnight. What's more troubling this isn't the only wreck we're reporting about. There are at least three others where fatalities are involved.

Charlotte Mecklenburg School teachers are going to be paying attention to one thing in particular on this Monday. Today is the day CMS officials present their budget to the Board of Mecklenburg County Commissioners. Teacher pay raises are among the things CMS is asking for. WBTV's Astrid Martinez has details.

Remember those Moral Monday rallies? They're back. Today in Raleigh, a mass protest is expecting.

International news: We've been telling you about that deadly coal mine blast that killed hundreds in Turkey. Now there has been an arrest.

Morning talker: A selfie a good way! We'll show you one, taken by a firefighter, that resulted in tens of thousands of "Likes" on Facebook.

Notice the shift in temperatures?? Brrr! Meteorologist Al Conklin said it was going to happen. When is going to warm back up? He'll tell you in his 7-day forecast.

See you on air!