WBT reporter Brett Jensen joins Bo Thompson in the studio with audio from Brett's one-on-one interview with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Earnest Winston about so many weapons being found in schools.

"That makes 15 guns since August 25th"

"Nine guns, three knives and two potential sexual assaults since August 25th."

"This is something you obviously need to talk to your kids about, and it's not just a one-off."


The proposal would still give parents the all-virtual option for their child, but also gives them the choice to send them to school. It would still require passage through the House and Senate before going to Gov. Roy Cooper's desk, who would like districts to remain fully remote.