Individual in Charlotte being monitored for Ebola

Time to start another work week! Good morning, it's Christine Nelson in the WBTV Newsroom. Today is Monday, November 10. Here is a first look at the stories we're following right now on WBTV News This Morning. Tune in so we can get you caught up on what's going on.

There is a possible Ebola case we're watching in Charlotte. The person being monitored is a missionary who was working overseas in West Africa. What is this person's risk? What symptoms do they have? WBTV's Mark Davenport is getting these questions answered for us. He'll have live reports with everything you need to know.

WBTV Investigation: Have you heard about this story we're investigating? - a surveillance system used by Charlotte police called Stingray. We just want to make sure police are transparent about the information they're collecting when solving cases. That means certain documents would need to be unsealed. Our constant questions and requests for information could lead to that happening. WBTV's Ashton Pellom is live with details.

The public's help is needed in solving two mysterious death. The victims are a mother and her son, they're bodies found outside a home in Rowan County. Maybe you can help.

Plus... a daddy-daughter prison? It really happened.

We're being invaded!!!! By super cold air. WBTV's Al Conklin, the most experienced morning meteorologist in Charlotte, will have your first alert weather so you're prepared this week.

See you on air!