So many lingering questions following the killing of two young journalists on live television. We'll have the latest from Roanoke, Virginia starting on WBTV News First at 4. We're also taking a closer look at one specific issue regarding the tragedy. How did a man with a seemingly troubled work history keep getting jobs? There is only so much a previous employer can say about any of us. Our David Whisenant is taking a closer look at the issue tonight on WBTV News at 6:00.
Donald Trump brings his road show back to the Carolinas. He's proving his hair is real and taking aim at many of his familiar targets. We'll give you a sampling of what the presidential candidate had to say in the upstate of South Carolina this afternoon.
We've told you in recent weeks about concerns over morale at CMPD following the voluntary manslaughter charges and subsequent trial of Officer Randall Kerrick. The case ended in a mistrial. Today, we're getting Police Chief Kerr Putney on the record. WBTV's Steve Crump sat down with him today and will have a report on WBTV News at 5:00.
Our First Alert Weather Team is tracking Tropical Storm Erika. They are telling us this a storm worth watching. The latest advisory will come out at 5 p.m. And as we watch that storm we're winding the clock back 10 years. Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast and it was Charlotte that threw so many a lifeline. WBTV's Maureen O'Boyle reconnects us with a family who began a new life here on WBTV News at 5:30.
And big fun today on the North and South Carolina state line. Carowinds says it will build the largest waterpark in the region. We'll show you the plans just released.
There's a lot to talk about. We'll see you starting First at 4.