More Videos

Two police officers bought $140 worth of groceries for a Food Lion shoplifter 2:01

Two police officers bought $140 worth of groceries for a Food Lion shoplifter

Television rivals broadcasts Christmas parade despite exclusive contract 1:53

Television rivals broadcasts Christmas parade despite exclusive contract

A shark and Kermit doing the limbo - some of the floats of the Raleigh Christmas Parade 0:43

A shark and Kermit doing the limbo - some of the floats of the Raleigh Christmas Parade

Milliseconds from a touchdown 0:18

Milliseconds from a touchdown

NC State's Doeren: 'You gotta make the plays when they are there' 3:44

NC State's Doeren: 'You gotta make the plays when they are there'

NC State's Chubb: 'As a team, we didn’t execute offense, defense' 1:39

NC State's Chubb: 'As a team, we didn’t execute offense, defense'

Coach Keatts: fast-paced-style, Braxton Beverly and free chicken 2:01

Coach Keatts: fast-paced-style, Braxton Beverly and free chicken

Ron Cherry, legendary ACC referee, looks back on his career 1:33

Ron Cherry, legendary ACC referee, looks back on his career

Krzyzewski explains Duke's sluggish performance against Southern University 2:41

Krzyzewski explains Duke's sluggish performance against Southern University

Investigation requested into NC lieutenant governor’s donor-funded TV studio 3:05

Investigation requested into NC lieutenant governor’s donor-funded TV studio

  • Tarheels of the Week

    VIDEO: Ann Moss Joyner and husband Allan Parnell of Orange County, NC founded the Cedar Grove Institute for Sustainable Communities in 2000. It is a nonprofit that uses high tech mapping technology to document discrimination. Joyner and Parnell are self-described 'social justice entrepreneurs' whose work has been cited in several court cases and recognized nationally as an example of the power of big data.

VIDEO: Ann Moss Joyner and husband Allan Parnell of Orange County, NC founded the Cedar Grove Institute for Sustainable Communities in 2000. It is a nonprofit that uses high tech mapping technology to document discrimination. Joyner and Parnell are self-described 'social justice entrepreneurs' whose work has been cited in several court cases and recognized nationally as an example of the power of big data. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: Ann Moss Joyner and husband Allan Parnell of Orange County, NC founded the Cedar Grove Institute for Sustainable Communities in 2000. It is a nonprofit that uses high tech mapping technology to document discrimination. Joyner and Parnell are self-described 'social justice entrepreneurs' whose work has been cited in several court cases and recognized nationally as an example of the power of big data. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

Tar Heel: Husband and wife team up to fight discrimination

April 23, 2016 02:04 PM

UPDATED April 23, 2016 10:57 PM

More Videos

Two police officers bought $140 worth of groceries for a Food Lion shoplifter 2:01

Two police officers bought $140 worth of groceries for a Food Lion shoplifter

Television rivals broadcasts Christmas parade despite exclusive contract 1:53

Television rivals broadcasts Christmas parade despite exclusive contract

A shark and Kermit doing the limbo - some of the floats of the Raleigh Christmas Parade 0:43

A shark and Kermit doing the limbo - some of the floats of the Raleigh Christmas Parade

Milliseconds from a touchdown 0:18

Milliseconds from a touchdown

NC State's Doeren: 'You gotta make the plays when they are there' 3:44

NC State's Doeren: 'You gotta make the plays when they are there'

NC State's Chubb: 'As a team, we didn’t execute offense, defense' 1:39

NC State's Chubb: 'As a team, we didn’t execute offense, defense'

Coach Keatts: fast-paced-style, Braxton Beverly and free chicken 2:01

Coach Keatts: fast-paced-style, Braxton Beverly and free chicken

Ron Cherry, legendary ACC referee, looks back on his career 1:33

Ron Cherry, legendary ACC referee, looks back on his career

Krzyzewski explains Duke's sluggish performance against Southern University 2:41

Krzyzewski explains Duke's sluggish performance against Southern University

Investigation requested into NC lieutenant governor’s donor-funded TV studio 3:05

Investigation requested into NC lieutenant governor’s donor-funded TV studio

  • Two police officers bought $140 worth of groceries for a Food Lion shoplifter

    After three days without food, Theresa West acted out of desperation by stealing $34 worth of groceries from Food Lion on Saturday. Police soon came knocking as she was cooking the stolen spaghetti. Hillsborough police officers Keith Bradshaw and Candace Spragins charged West, but returned later that evening with $140 worth of groceries from Wal-Mart.