More Videos

Former Wake official turns herself in on embezzlement charges 0:57

Former Wake official turns herself in on embezzlement charges

Struggling mom gets a generous Christmas gift from university student athletes
1:58

Struggling mom gets a generous Christmas gift from university student athletes

Check out these awesome holiday lights 1:36

Check out these awesome holiday lights

Trump accusers ask Congress to investigate sexual misconduct 3:07

Trump accusers ask Congress to investigate sexual misconduct

Here are some of the NC references in “Stranger Things.” Have you caught them all? 1:01

Here are some of the NC references in “Stranger Things.” Have you caught them all?

MMR vaccine is safe, effective American Academy of Pediatrics says 0:59

MMR vaccine is safe, effective American Academy of Pediatrics says

Have you ever heard of norovirus? 2:37

Have you ever heard of norovirus?

Stranger Things 2 2:42

Stranger Things 2

Starfish takes a stroll on the NC Outer Banks 1:27

Starfish takes a stroll on the NC Outer Banks

Video shows sheriff's deputy fatally shooting Florida man 2:56

Video shows sheriff's deputy fatally shooting Florida man

  • Controversial '13 Reasons Why' Netflix series trailer

    VIDEO: Watch the trailer for the popular Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”, which raises tough questions about bullying, sexual assault and suicide, and has drawn criticism from some who say it can do more harm than good, especially to vulnerable teenagers. But some experts say the show provides a way to talk about uncomfortable topics.

VIDEO: Watch the trailer for the popular Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”, which raises tough questions about bullying, sexual assault and suicide, and has drawn criticism from some who say it can do more harm than good, especially to vulnerable teenagers. But some experts say the show provides a way to talk about uncomfortable topics. Courtesy of Netflix
VIDEO: Watch the trailer for the popular Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”, which raises tough questions about bullying, sexual assault and suicide, and has drawn criticism from some who say it can do more harm than good, especially to vulnerable teenagers. But some experts say the show provides a way to talk about uncomfortable topics. Courtesy of Netflix

A parent’s guide to ‘13 Reasons Why’ and the difficult topics it raises

April 28, 2017 12:06 PM

UPDATED May 01, 2017 12:20 PM

More Videos

Former Wake official turns herself in on embezzlement charges 0:57

Former Wake official turns herself in on embezzlement charges

Struggling mom gets a generous Christmas gift from university student athletes
1:58

Struggling mom gets a generous Christmas gift from university student athletes

Check out these awesome holiday lights 1:36

Check out these awesome holiday lights

Trump accusers ask Congress to investigate sexual misconduct 3:07

Trump accusers ask Congress to investigate sexual misconduct

Here are some of the NC references in “Stranger Things.” Have you caught them all? 1:01

Here are some of the NC references in “Stranger Things.” Have you caught them all?

MMR vaccine is safe, effective American Academy of Pediatrics says 0:59

MMR vaccine is safe, effective American Academy of Pediatrics says

Have you ever heard of norovirus? 2:37

Have you ever heard of norovirus?

Stranger Things 2 2:42

Stranger Things 2

Starfish takes a stroll on the NC Outer Banks 1:27

Starfish takes a stroll on the NC Outer Banks

Video shows sheriff's deputy fatally shooting Florida man 2:56

Video shows sheriff's deputy fatally shooting Florida man

  • Former Wake official turns herself in on embezzlement charges

    Former Wake County register of deeds Laura Riddick turned herself in to law enforcement officers on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017, the day after she was accused of embezzling more than $900,000 from the office she presided over for two decades. Riddick walked into the Wake County Detention Center at about 7:30 a.m. with her husband Matthew Eisley, a former journalist at The News & Observer.