Hello. Glad to be one of the first emails you're reading as you're waking up this morning! This is Christine Nelson on this Monday, June 30. Here is a first look at the stories we'll be talking about when you turn on WBTV News This Morning. We're live on the air from 4:30-9:00 on WBTV and Bounce TV.
Teacher death investigation: We have details on the death investigation of "Maggie" Elizabeth Daniels. She is the Newton-Conover English teach who was found unresponsive in her apartment over the weekend. The case is being treated as a death investigation. Will an autopsy, being performed today, reveal more information? WBTV's Astrid Martinez is live with details into the case.
Breaking overnight: Charlotte police are investigating a homicide in north Charlotte. It happened just after 10 last night on Lincoln Heights Court. We have learned from the police this is drug-related. We'll tell you who they are looking for.
Happening today: The boyfriend of the teacher from Charlotte Bianca Tanner, who has been missing for more than three weeks, is expected in a Chicago courtroom today. Mark Davenport is reporting live on what to expect.
Happening NOW: The murder trial of Oscar Pistorius has resumed! We'll tell you what's happening in court right now.
See you on the air!
Provided to WBTV by Livingstone College: There is an often quoted saying by Livingstone College President Jimmy Jenkins, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Dr. Jenkins says he also believes a role-model can serve that same purpose by giving his students an example of someone who took the right pathway to a better life.More >>
Statesville police say investigators were searching a wooded area behind the 1100 block of Mahogany Road when "investigators discovered what appeared to be a deceased person buried in a rudimentary grave site."More >>
Weekend rain gave those battling the blaze in Pisgah National Forest a much-needed boost, officials said.More >>
The executive director of a group that recruits sporting events to the area said Tuesday that the NCAA has given North Carolina 48 hours to make changes to House Bill 2 or else the state will lose NCAA events through 2022.More >>
Jennifer Williamson posted a video to Facebook on Sunday that shows a TSA agent thoroughly patting down her 13-year-old son for about two minutes. She said her family spent about an hour at the checkpoint and missed their flight.More >>