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Patient in NC being monitored for Ebola

Good Monday morning! Today is November 3rd. It's Christine Nelson checking in. Hopefully this is one of the first emails you're reading this morning. I wanted to get you caught up on the stories making headlines from overnight. More people are watching WBTV News This Morning from 4:30-9:00 a.m. Everyday, we work hard to give you the most accurate look at the top stories! Tune in!

DEVELOPING: A person in North Carolina, who traveled from Liberia, is being tested for Ebola...we should learn preliminary results this morning. Overnight the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services briefed the media on that individual's status. The individual developed a fever last night, and is in a contained, isolated and secured unit. WBTV's Mark Davenport will be reporting live with additional details we are finding out.

Also, the woman with brain cancer who wanted to die on her terms, which sparked a national debate, passed away over the weekend.

NEW overnight: Three people in Charlotte are getting assistance this morning after their homes burned in a fire.

Plus...it's COLD outside! Two school districts are on a SCHOOL DELAY. Watauga County and Avery County Schools are on a 2-hour school delay.

We're live on the air now!

Christine

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