Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron in the WBTV Newsroom. Last night, we heard an exclusive interview with Casey Parsons, the adoptive mother of missing teen Erica Parsons. Tonight, Casey's son, Jamie, who reported Erica missing one year ago, tells us he didn't mean to cast a shadow of doubt on his mother. He also believes Erica is still alive-- somewhere. Reporter Coleen Harry will bring us the exclusive interview at 11:00 p.m.
A three-alarm fire tonight at an auto body shop on North Tryon. We'll be live on the scene.
Some very good economic news for the Queen City tonight-- a company that makes bubble wrap is bringing nearly 13-hundred high-paying jobs to Charlotte. Sealed Air announced it is relocating its current headquarters from New Jersey.
We're still getting complaints from drivers after we broke the story about tainted gasoline at a station in Charlotte. The Quick and Easy Marathon on Trade was found to have 6 inches of water in its high-test tank. Several people tell us their car engines suffered immediate malfunction after a fill up with 93-octane. That pump has since been shut down by the state.