Good morning everyone. It's Christine Sperow sending you this quick email. Today is Monday, August 13. Hope you had a good weekend! I just wanted you to know about the stories we're following for you now on WBTV News This Morning. We're live starting at 4:30 a.m. Turn us on and let's get the morning started together!
Funeral services will take place today for two children and a father, killed in a Burke County crash: Twenty-one year old Cody Myers, his 4-month-old daughter Piper Myers, and 17-month-old Adaline Hullette.
New details on the protests and counter protests at the Unite the Right Rally in Washington D.C. Thousands of counter protesters marched through the city and gathered in Lafayette Park near the White House yesterday. Many are blaming President Trump for not strongly denouncing the far right group.
WAXHAW: If you're traveling in Waxhaw listen up. The next phase of construction starts on a roundabout south of Waxhaw. This is happening at the intersection of Providence Road South and NC 200. We're live at the scene to show you and explain the inevitable road closures to expect.
Yikes! South Carolina health officials have confirmed the first case of measles in the state in 21 years.
A North Carolina mother says her son suffered serious health issues after getting bit by a mosquito.
It ended up sending him to the hospital.
WEATHER CHANGES: This week we're getting you prepared for weather changes including rain. How widespread will it be? Meteorologist Al Conklin is giving you first alert weather forecast now!