Good morning! It's Christine Nelson here in the WBTV Newsroom. Today is Monday, November 17. It's raining and cold to start the morning. Here is a first look at all we're talking about when you turn on WBTV News This Morning from 4:30-9:00 a.m. on WBTV and Bounce TV.
DEVELOPING: Two men are on the loose after a deadly shooting in Charlotte. It happened on Tuckasegee Road. Officials say the suspects are armed and dangerous. WBTV's Mark Davenport is at the convenience store where it happened. He'll have live reports on the search for the suspects.
TODAY: Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools will hold its first board meeting since Dr. Heath Morrison abruptly resigned two weeks ago.
The Board is expected to talk about hiring a new superintendent today amongst other things.
A message from former Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon, one day before he has to officially report to federal prison in West Virginia.
WEATHER ALERT: It's raining and cold outside which will affect your morning and the commute. Charlotte's most experienced morning meteorologist Al Conklin has the most accurate look at the forecast every seven minutes.
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Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say it happened around 9:08 a.m. outside the center, in the 2500 block of E Independence Boulevard.More >>
Vurnel Smith Jr., 40, is being sought after 65-year-old Jacquline Gordon-White died at a north Charlotte home and a man was later found dead in a trunk.More >>
From the North Carolina Research Campus: Standard Process is ushering in a new era of innovation with the opening of the Standard Process Center of Excellence at the North Carolina Research Campus (NCRC) in Kannapolis, North Carolina and by announcing a new leadership team, board and plans for growth, according to a news release from the NCRC.More >>
A woman visiting the probation office ended up going back to jail on drug charges. According to the report, Shawna Marie Dickinson, 40, of Carolina Boulevard, went to the probation office on Thursday.More >>
A spokesperson for the North Carolina Department of Labor says that the “KMG Fire Ball” ride operated at a fair in Charlotte approximately two months before the deadly incident in Ohio.More >>