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I have been a Television News Photojournalist since 1993. I never know where I'll end up or what I'll see. As long as News continues to happen, I'll be there, continuing to share photos and stories.

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  • Greensboro woman undergoes brain surgery while wide awake

    GREENSBORO, N.C.— Ingram Bell survived being shot in the head. Months later she started getting headaches. Doctors diagnosed her with a brain aneurysm, that was caused by that gunshot—and it was growing. Before they could operate, Bell got another surprise. She was pregnant. Not wanting to harm her baby with anesthesia, her doctors at Wake Forest Baptist Medical took another approach. Brain surgery. Bell was wide awake for it.  

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    $1 million Powerball lottery ticket sold in Burlington

    RALEIGH – Big winners in the record Powerball jackpot drawing Wednesday include one person in Burlington that purchased a ticket worth $1 million. The lucky ticket was purchased at the Super Kmart Express on Huffman Mill Road in Burlington. While the owner of the ticket hasn’t stepped forward, people shopping here are very curious as to the identity of the new millionaire. Most customers at Super Kmart Express can’t believe someone here will collect that kind of payday. “I just […]

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    Eastlawn Elementary School’s community open house

    BURLINGTON, N.C. — A local elementary school is looking at new ways to get the community involved while teaching future administrators what works when taking a school to the next level.  Eastlawn Elementary School is a year-round school with a focus on learning through integrated technology. Tuesday’s visit by community leaders, politicians and parents was an inside look at what makes the school tick. With a 5th grader as his tour guide, Alamance County Commissioner Eddie Boswell saw the finer […]

  • Mebane still cleaning up a week after storms

    MEBANE, N.C. – A week after a powerful thunderstorm blew through the community, crews continue cleaning up debris on Thursday. With two trucks to haul off large debris including downed trees and brush a handful of workers clean up is expected to continue for two more weeks. Assistant City Manager David Cheeks said crews have worked 10 hours a day since Saturday, hauling off eight to ten loads of debris each day. “We’re probably gonna spend 15 to 20 thousand […]

  • Greensboro fire recruits celebrate graduation day

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Greensboro Fire Department held a graduation on Friday for its newest firefighters celebrating a significant completion rate and the groups diverse backgrounds. The ceremony was held in the morning at Greensboro College. Families, friends and other firefighters from around Guilford County watched as the group took an oath and received their badges. As the 63rd recruiting class for the Greensboro Fire Department, graduates can tout of a 100 percent graduation rate. “[I] always dreamed about trying […]

  • Police, volunteers work together to prevent auto break-ins in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. –Police and residents of the Malachi House surveyed several parking lots on Thursday searching for vehicles that were at risk of break-ins and thefts. Police officers and the volunteers surveyed the parking lots near Pisgah Church Road searching for vehicles that could be possible targets. When vehicles were declared vulnerable officers and volunteers left fliers containing tips of how the owner could secure their personal property. Police said 40% of the cars surveyed were vulnerable because the vehicles […]

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    Oak Hollow Lake Fireworks

    People crowded into Oak Hollow Lake on the Fourth of July for Uncle Sam Jam and the annual Fireworks Show. Fox 8 Photojournalist Chris Weaver took these photos of the crowd and the colorful 30 minute firework display.

  • Citizens naturalized on Independence Day

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. –  Surrounded by the rich history of Old Salem, 60 of America’s newest citizens celebrated their new found independence following a naturalization ceremony on Wednesday. Chris Weaver reports.

  • Martinsville’s power back online

    MARTINSVILLE, Va. — The freak windstorm Friday night that put millions of people in the dark from Chicago to North Carolina left one southern Virginia city totally in the dark. “Just about the time you make the comment you’ve seen it all… something new happens” is a sentence that Martinsville’s Emergency Management Coordinator Bob Phillips reflected on actually having said in an Emergency Management Meeting early on Friday, well ahead of the storm. Martinsville gets its electricity from Appalachian Power […]

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    Hawk perched over Aycock St in Greensboro [Video]

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Yard birds weren’t happy with this hawk that was scouting fresh roadkill on Aycock Street in Greensboro on Wednesday.

  • Falkener students dance away the last day of school

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — On the last day of school in Guilford County kids were jumping with joy. With no more homework, promises of trips to the beach, there was certainly reason for Falkener Elementary students to dance. During a assembly, celebrating the End-of-Grade test scores students cashed in on a promise the school’s principal made. According to the student, if they made certain grades on the end of year tests, Principal Pamela Stewart — promised– she would get up and […]

  • U.S. Figure Skating reps. tour Greensboro Coliseum

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Representatives from the U.S. Figure Skating toured the Greensboro Coliseum on Wednesday to help them decide whether to bring the 2014 U.S. Figure Skating Championships back to Greensboro. The 2014 U.S. Figure Skating Championships are also the Olympic Trials where the U.S. Olympic team members will be selected making the process more rigorous to choose just the right location. Boston and St. Paul Minnesota are also in the running for the event which brings national television exposure […]


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