Hello and you have made it to Friday! It's October 3. This is Christine Nelson. We have combed through the news rundown, and reviewed show details from top to bottom. So I can give you a first look at the stories making headlines on WBTV News This Morning from 4:30-9:00 a.m. on WBTV and Bounce TV.
NEW DETAILS. Wow! If you were up really late you may have seen that an NBC News cameraman has been diagnosed with Ebola. We'll tell you who he is and what the plans are today to bring him back to the United States. Plus, locally a news conference has been called where Mecklenburg County officials and local hospitals will formally address the media about their plans/protocol to handle Ebola cases and also an Enterovirus outbreak.
What's going on?? Three separate homicides in Charlotte are being investigated right now. Four people have been killed. WBTV's Mark Davenport is live this morning with details.
Also, guns and body armor have been stolen. Guess who they belong to? The FBI! We have more on the $5,000 reward being offered for help.
Plus....a consumer alert! We're uncovering new details on the data breach affecting customers at the nation's largest bank, J.P. Morgan Chase.
See you on air!