Tyson calls the re-opening of the Emmitt Till case, ‘A Political show’
Duke professor Tim Tyson, the author of 'The Blood of Emmett Till' calls the re-opening of the Emmitt Till case by the Justice Department a political show during a press conference on Thursday, July 12, 2018 at Duke University in Durham, N.C.
Check out the ABC11 forecast as the Carolinas are expected to get a drenching this week as thunderstorms and heavy rain showers move in, bringing the possibility of flooding, 50 mph wind gusts, frequent lightning, hail and other hazards.
The death of a Durham man, William “Bill” Bishop, whose son said he was found him unresponsive with a dog leash around his neck has been ruled a homicide, according to N.C. Medical Examiner’s report. (No audio)
A Florida mother was arrested on July 17 after a bystander called the police when she saw an eight-month-old baby left in a car in 93 degree heat. Volusia County Sheriff’s Department uploaded a video to Facebook, thanking the woman who called police.
There are over 1500 species of spiders in the Carolinas. Most produce venom that can cause discomfort, but a spider bite is usually not harmful to humans. These, however, can cause serious pain and injury.
It's now going to cost $200 a year to park at a Wake County high school. The $30 increase isn't sitting well with students such as Jimmy Cvetkovski, a rising senior at Millbrook High School in Raleigh.
Hurricane categories are used by the National Hurricane Center to gauge a hurricane's strength and predict potential property damage with each storm. Here's how the NHC defines each hurricane category — and how much damage each strength can cause.
After a year of sanctuary in Durham, NC, Jose Chicas, a Raleigh pastor facing deportation to El Salvador, questions the authenticity of those in the faith community who have promised to support him. A private immigration bill is his last resort.