Harrowing tale

Hi everyone, this is Paul Cameron at my desk in the WBTV Newsroom.

A pregnant Charlotte woman, just weeks before her due date, is attacked and robbed at a CATS bus stop.  We’re hearing here harrowing story at 11:00.

With the NC primary set for next Tuesday, March 15th, candidates are on the stump across the Tar Heel state.  Donald Trump appeared before thousands in Concord today.  Bill Clinton, touting his wife’s merits, spoke to a large gathering at Johnson C. Smith University and tomorrow, GOP hopeful Ted Cruz is scheduled at Central Baptist Church in Kannapolis at 5:00 p.m.

If the state DOT wonders why there are so many vocal opponents of the I-77 toll lane project, it could be a lack of communication.  NCDOT Secretary Nick Tennyson traveled to Austin, Texas to look into why a subsidiary of Cintra, the Spanish company contracted to build tolls on I-77, went bankrupt on a Texas highway.  We traveled to Texas as well, pressing Mr. Tennyson for some answers, but all he would say is his meetings went well.  Investigative reporter Nick Ochsner also went to Cintra’s office asking tough questions.  His report at 11:00.

Charlotte’s long-time hall of music, the Double Door Inn, is reportedly in talks to sell to its next door neighbor CPCC.  The college needs the land.  Everyone who is anyone in live music has played the Double Door.  It will be a sad ending for Charlotte’s performing institution.

Please join Eric, Molly Grantham, Delano Little and me for WBTV News at 11:00!