Your Hometown Christian Radio Station. WWWC Wilkesboro, North Carolina.
Bill Roten reports two vehicles had the ignition switches either ripped out or damaged, in an apparent attempt to steal them. Latonya Sales reports the ignition on her Olds Alero was broken, and Caprice Williams says the hood of her Ford Mustang was keyed. A Ford Taurus belonging to Kathy Glasco was also found to have the ignition broken. All these crimes took place in either the 100 block of Joseph or the 200 block of Mary Lyn. Deputies have no suspects in any of the cases.
They'll get a chance to see the stars a lot closer than just looking up in the sky. The Morehead Planetarium will bring its portable planetarium to school today.
"We bring this inflatable igloo into the school's gymnasium and inflate it to a size that 24 students can climb inside. And then the planetarium show is projected on the ceiling of the dome as a 360 degree experience."
Karen Kornegy is with the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center at UNC-Chapel Hill. She said students will get the chance to see a character they can relate to who can explain the moon, the stars and the sun in a way that third graders will get a real education.