Carolina Panthers to be sold, airport power on but delays continue
Good morning! If you checked out over the weekend we have SO much to tell you about. Kristen Miranda here - in for Christine Sperow all week as she takes a little time off.
BIG Panthers news came yesterday and into the late night...and I'm not just talking about the team's win over Green Bay.
In the midst of the investigation into alleged misconduct in the workplace, Panthers owner Jerry Richardson announces he'll sell the team at the end of this season. Wait until you hear who says they want to buy the Panthers.
Another big story we're watching in the southeast that has international implications...and likely some here in Charlotte...is this power outage at the Atlanta airport. The power is back on but so many passengers were stranded it is a story that will develop throughout the morning.
A woman is facing charges after a single car crash in York County that killed a passenger.
Are your digital assistance devices listening to you? Scary thought, right? We'll take a closer look at that....
An important deadline today if you have kids in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools as it relates to the school choice lottery.
And...turning your favorite cookies into cereal? Its happening....
Meteorologist Al Conklin is keeping an eye on the Christmas forecast...I think his 7-day will have that info for us today....so make sure you catch that.
Chris Larson is watching the commute. Micah Smith is in the Alert Center. And Caroline Hicks is in the field covering the big stories of the day.
John Carter and I will see you starting at 4:30am...make sure you start your day with WBTV News This Morning.