First Alert Day today
Good morning to you! It's Tuesday, 31 July 2018. Hope your day is off to a good start! John Carter of WBTV News This Morning reporting to you this morning. Our team invites you to join us from 4:30 to 7:00 AM for the area's best, most accurate, factual and compelling morning newscast.
It's a First Alert Day today! Plenty of rain headed our way. We'll tell you how it's going to impact your day. Meteorologist Al Conklin is THE MOST EXPERIENCED morning meteorologist in the Charlotte market…and he'll have your certified most accurate forecast.
We're staying on top of BREAKING NEWS: Police investigating after a man was shot at an apartment complex in northeast Charlotte. Our Caroline Hicks will be LIVE with the latest details.
A Gaston County man found guilty of first degree murder by torture in the death of his girlfriend's three-year-old daughter…plans to appeal the verdict.
The owner of a Charlotte educational program who's accused of sexually assaulting a young girl, is scheduled to appear in court today.
A crime alert you need to be aware of. Police say a man wanted in a string of robberies in a quiet part of south Charlotte is on the run this morning. We'll show you a picture of the robber.
Representatives from CATS will host a town hall meeting today to discuss the future of transit in the northern part of Mecklenburg County. We'll tell you where that's happening and more about the meeting.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against a west Charlotte Hardees's after thousands of customers were potentially exposed to Hepatitis A. We'll be LIVE with more on the suit.
Plus, you don't want to miss this…Carpool Karaoke…St. Jude style. Wait until you see who's in the car with Christine Sperow on a drive to the St. Jude Dream Home. And by the way, only a few hundred tickets are left before they sell out!
Micah Smith will be LIVE in the Alert Center this morning…monitoring multiple news sources to bring you BREAKING NEWS and news just in…locally and from around the world.
Plus…Chris Larson will be keeping a close eye on traffic conditions for you.
All that and more when you join us from 4:30 to 7:00 AM. Hope to see you then!