Good morning to you! This is Christine Sperow in the WBTV Newsroom. Today is Wednesday, May 18. Here is a first look at the stories we're covering on WBTV News This Morning. We're giving you full details on air right now so tune in! We're live from 4:30-9:00 a.m. on WBTV and Bounce TV.
Breaking overnight: A robbery attempt in uptown Charlotte is being investigated right now. The victim was shot in the groin. In a separate incident, we're learning about who was involved in another shooting overnight, leaving one man with a bullet wound in his hand. We have new details to share on air.
Are changes needed at BB&T Ballpark where the Charlotte Knights play? The parents of a six-year-old thinks so after their son was hit by a foul ball during the game this week. The child suffered scary injuries. Hear from both the father of the child and the Knights' general manager.
A pedestrian has a broken leg after he was struck by a car. There's a twist to the story after finding out what the man is accused of doing that just prior to getting hit.
Primary results are in! We can tell you all three candidates, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, are claiming victory.
NEW at 5:30: A legal headache for Charlotte-based Bank of America. We'll tell you the unfair treatment one woman claims she went through while working at the bank.
Do you want details on breaking news FIRST? That's why we have Kristen Miranda, dedicated to combing all the wires in the Alert Center. News is always developing in the morning, she'll be updated us on news that is just in.
Ladies, ever tried microwave hair removal?? It's the latest buzz! We'll tell you why at 6:45 a.m.
WEATHER alert: I hope you kept your umbrella or other rain gear in the car. Meteorologist Al Conklin is watching for more rainfall that doesn't seem like it's going to go completely away for the rest of the week.
We're live on air now. Tune in!
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