Weather Channel meteorologist Ray Stagich joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman with a rainy afternoon forecast, including the potential for some severe storms. 

Our cybersecurity expert Theresa Payton joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman with her take on the FBI raid on President Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate, password safety, and cyber attacks increasing in Taiwan as tensions with China remain high. 

Mark shares a restaurant who didn’t quite understand how a food thermometer works, and our food critic finds a summer spot with a clever name.

Following Tyler Harding’s $800,000 bond set by a judge Friday morning, one might automatically believe that’s a good thing. And while that may be true, there is a side catch to that and Daniel Redford, the president of the local Fraternal Order of Police chapter, explains the mixed feelings with the he high bond.

Kyle Luebke is a Republican running as an at-large candidate for the Charlotte City Council. He’s homosexual but says he’s running because Charlotte needs a change from liberal politics and not because of his sexual orientation.

Did you know Thursday was the first day of early voting in Charlotte for the mayoral and city council races? If not, don’t worry because you’re not alone.

WBT News reporter, anchor and avid coupon user Mark Mueller joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman with reaction to a story that says couponing is about to be a thing of the past. 

Bill Crowder and Otis Crowder, co-owners of Crowder Construction, join Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and WBT News reporter Jeff Atkinson to talk about their company celebrating 75 years of building Charlotte.

Former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with his takes on President Biden's tanking poll numbers, the possibility that Donald Trump will announce his third bid for the Presidency as soon as next month, the January 6th Commission hearings, and Mulvaney Music Trivia!

So, just how bad are things at the middle school portion of Turning Point Academy, the only alternative school for troubled students operated by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools?