More Videos

Police dog does push-ups with Alabama officers 0:08

Police dog does push-ups with Alabama officers

AR-15: The Gun Used In So Many Mass Shootings 2:05

AR-15: The Gun Used In So Many Mass Shootings

Listen to Dan Kane's interview with Belle Wheelan of SACS concerning UNC's statements to the NCAA 15:49

Listen to Dan Kane's interview with Belle Wheelan of SACS concerning UNC's statements to the NCAA

UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare 6:42

UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare

The Triangle's most elaborate holiday lights display 0:37

The Triangle's most elaborate holiday lights display

NC State's Kevin Keatts says Arizona, not Duke, is the top team in the country 3:47

NC State's Kevin Keatts says Arizona, not Duke, is the top team in the country

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness 1:57

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness

A Chef’s Life Season 5 Trailer 3:05

A Chef’s Life Season 5 Trailer

Journalist Charlie Rose accused of sexual misconduct by 8 women 1:28

Journalist Charlie Rose accused of sexual misconduct by 8 women

'Surprising' retirement of Wake Schools Superintendent Jim Merrill 5:37

'Surprising' retirement of Wake Schools Superintendent Jim Merrill

  • Jamie Hahn's family reads statement after Broyhill 2015 conviction

    Chris Kirk, father of the late Jamie K. Hahn reads a family statement in the wake of the Jonathan Broyhill jury returning a murder in the first degree conviction in an hour's time Wednesday afternoon, March 18, 2015 in Wake County Superior Court, Raleigh, NC.

Chris Kirk, father of the late Jamie K. Hahn reads a family statement in the wake of the Jonathan Broyhill jury returning a murder in the first degree conviction in an hour's time Wednesday afternoon, March 18, 2015 in Wake County Superior Court, Raleigh, NC. News & Observer
Chris Kirk, father of the late Jamie K. Hahn reads a family statement in the wake of the Jonathan Broyhill jury returning a murder in the first degree conviction in an hour's time Wednesday afternoon, March 18, 2015 in Wake County Superior Court, Raleigh, NC. News & Observer

Man convicted of murdering Democratic strategist seeks new trial

April 19, 2017 10:12 AM

UPDATED April 19, 2017 11:33 PM

More Videos

Police dog does push-ups with Alabama officers 0:08

Police dog does push-ups with Alabama officers

AR-15: The Gun Used In So Many Mass Shootings 2:05

AR-15: The Gun Used In So Many Mass Shootings

Listen to Dan Kane's interview with Belle Wheelan of SACS concerning UNC's statements to the NCAA 15:49

Listen to Dan Kane's interview with Belle Wheelan of SACS concerning UNC's statements to the NCAA

UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare 6:42

UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare

The Triangle's most elaborate holiday lights display 0:37

The Triangle's most elaborate holiday lights display

NC State's Kevin Keatts says Arizona, not Duke, is the top team in the country 3:47

NC State's Kevin Keatts says Arizona, not Duke, is the top team in the country

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness 1:57

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness

A Chef’s Life Season 5 Trailer 3:05

A Chef’s Life Season 5 Trailer

Journalist Charlie Rose accused of sexual misconduct by 8 women 1:28

Journalist Charlie Rose accused of sexual misconduct by 8 women

'Surprising' retirement of Wake Schools Superintendent Jim Merrill 5:37

'Surprising' retirement of Wake Schools Superintendent Jim Merrill

  • Police dog does push-ups with Alabama officers

    The Gulf Shores Police Department in Alabama posted a video of K-9 Nitro joining Officers Cowan and Hancock in synchronized push-ups on Nov. 18, 2017. The department called it part of its #9PMRoutine and said the trio was "getting warmed up and ready to apprehend any bad guys that break the law!" The video has been viewed more than 427,000 times on Facebook.