Good morning! Kristen Miranda in this morning for Mr. Carter...and it is a drizzly start to your Tuesday. Meteorologist Chris Larson is watching the weather closely - especially because so many of you are hitting the roads in the next day or two for the holiday.
In fact, our Mark Davenport is covering important travel information this morning...along with a warning from police about why it is so important, especially this time of year, to keep your house locked up tight.
Breaking overnight - Aston Pellom has new details about an arrest in an east Charlotte homicide. An 88 year old woman found dead and now her son is in police custody.
A company opens its regional headquarters in Rowan County and brings with it more than 100 jobs. We'll have details in case you're looking for work.
That rollover accident involving a Charlotte Fire Department truck...now this morning we're learning how long it may take before we learn what caused it to happen.
Internet service has been restored in North Korea after an hours-long outage. We're waiting to see if they were hacked and who may be behind it.
And it was a rough night for Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos - we'll show you some Monday Night Football highlights and tell you how the playoff picture is shaping up now.
Christine is kicking the morning off at 4:30am. I'll join her at 5am along with Brody O'Connell in the Alert Center and Tonya Rivens on traffic. See you when you wake up!