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Good morning to all of you! It's Christine Sperow in the WBTV newsroom. Today is Wednesday, October 19. Here is a first look at the stories making headlines. Tune in to WBTV News This Morning now to get full details.

BREAKING NOW: There is a deadly shooting being investigated now on Datha Avenue in Charlotte. Police say they were called to a shooting at a home on Datha Avenue when they found a man suffering from gunshot wounds. Medic pronounced him dead at the scene. Police believe the man was shot through the front door after someone forced entry into the home. 

Detectives are interviewing witnesses and collecting evidence. WBTV's Mark Davenport is talking to investigators now at what is an active scene to find out what happened.

ARTICLE: Man shot, killed in north Charlotte home

Charlotte's new city manager is expected to be announced today. Sources confirm to WBTV, city council has agreed to hire Norfolk, Virginia City Manager Marcus D. Jones. WBTV's Ashton Pellom will have a live report on this development. He'll talk about why this hire is historic and why there will already be pressure for Jones day one on the job.

An arrest has been made in the case of a shootout and standup at a Charlotte pawn shop.

Will you be watching? Tonight is the third and final debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. You can watch it live on WBTV at 9 p.m. This morning we're learning more about some of the controversial topics that will be brought up for the candidates to address.

Speaking of debate, the candidates in the race for North Carolina governor faced off last night. Governor Pat McCrory and Attorney General Roy Cooper talked about the coal ash controversy, HB2 and jobs. We'll play some of the exchanges.

Some of you have been loving the cooler fall temps but it hasn't felt like fall this week with the warm up in the afternoons. Meteorologist Al Conklin says don't worry, that is going to change soon. Watch for his live forecast updates every seven minutes on air.

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