Hello early risers! It's Christine Nelson from the WBTV Newsroom doing my usual check-in with you. Today is Friday, June 13. Here is a first look at the stories making headlines from overnight on WBTV News This Morning.
BREAKING: Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is back in the United States this morning. Bergdahl arrived at a military medical center in San Antonio just a short time ago.
LIVE: This morning more resources will be added in the search to find Bianca Tanner, which is now a homicide investigation. She's the missing teacher and mother who recently moved to Charlotte and it has been almost a week since she has been last seen. Our Mark Davenport has more on what clues police are finding so far. Mark also also found out who police have interviewed. He'll have telling details in a live report.
Also, dozens of puppies rescued from a puppy mill will get medical treatment in Charlotte. You won't believe the conditions these puppies were in when they were found.
New overnight: A Charlotte restaurant catches fire overnight. Right now a cause is being investigated.
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