NOW: Fog creating poor visibility

Good morning! Christine Nelson in the WBTV newsroom... checking in with you as always! Today is Wednesday, December 3. Here is a first look at the stories we're talking about when you turn on WBTV News This Morning. We're live now until 9:00 a.m. on WBTV and Bounce TV.

WEATHER: I drove through fog during my entire commute into work this morning. Plus the roads are still damp. That's not always the best combination for the morning commute. So make sure you keep us turned on - we have weather and traffic updates every 7 minutes. WBTV Meteorologist Chris Larson and Traffic Reporter Tonya Rivens are working together to bring you the most reliable updates so you can plan your morning.

Breaking overnight: We're working to learn right now what caused a fire that destroyed a mobile home in Conover.

RIGHT NOW: We haven't heard about any new, possible cases of Ebola in the U.S. in the last several days....until now. We'll tell you where one person is being tested after officials say they started showing some symptoms.

Video alert! This is one police take down you have to see. Sky 3, our news chopper, was over the scene of what started as a police chase. In this video we'll show in the 5 a.m. hour you'll see the suspects couldn't outrun police.

This is a promise! - we'll have NEW stories to report throughout the 6 a.m. hour of WBTV News This Morning. The news is always changing so as stories are hitting the Associated Press wires, Kristen Miranda is following it and will report on the news breaking right at that moment.

See you on the air!