Hello again everyone, it's Paul Cameron in the WBTV newsroom.
Tonight at 5:00PM—the clock is ticking on a new budget for the city of Charlotte. It was voted down at the last council meeting, now the city has 12 days to finalize something everyone can agree on. The problem is, very few politicians agree on the color of the sky, let alone agreeing to cutting goods or services they want to keep in the budget for their district. Our business reporter Melissa Hankins is asking who will cut what?
What happens if you throw hot grease on your neighbors? You get arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon, like a woman from Richmond County who sits in jail tonight. Four of those hit by the hot grease had to be taken to the burn center.
Feeling a little dark lately? No worries, the DOT says work on I-77, I-277 and I-85 to improve the lighting is about the begin. Lookout for lane and ramp closures for the next few weeks.
What to do when your elephant has vision problems? The North Carolina zoo has decided to buy contact lenses for C'sar who has lived in Ashboro since 1978.
Trending on WBTV.com: Summer is right around the corner and with the change of season comes another change; 90s are returning to the forecast. Click here for the full story.