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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    Woman punches Bowman Gray race winner on Saturday night

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. –An unidentified woman punched 100-lap modified race winner Burt Myers in the stomach following his victory on Saturday night. Myers won the race after starting from the rear of the field. Myers made contact with Junior Miller on the last lap of the race, causing Miller to spin out. Miller then chased Myers around the track with his car, catching Myers in the grass and bumping him from behind to show his displeasure. While celebrating his victory, Myers was punched in the […]

  • Students spend spring break building houses for Habitat for Humanity

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — 100 College students from nine universities descended on Winston-Salem Monday to spend their spring break week building houses. While they could have chosen a warm sunny beach, these students are participating in Habitat for Humanity’s 25th anniversary Collegiate Challenge program. The students, working 6 hour days through the week, will hammer nails, cut lumber and carry shower basins in order to get the four houses framed in and under a roof by Friday. Other volunteers will come […]

  • City of Burlington cracking down on unpermitted signs

    BURLINGTON, NC – The City of Burlington is cracking down on people who put up signs in places where signs are not permitted. You’ve seen them on the side of the road, beside the sidewalk and even hung on a utility pole. No matter the business, there are places signs can’t be placed. City officials say it’s a simple matter of compliance and it’s not really complicated, other than some differences in distance requirements downtown and exceptions for non-profits and […]

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    Sledding the snow day away in Greensboro

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Any amount of snow on the ground will bring a smile to kids’ faces. Add a snow day off from school and it’s time to celebrate. With all those kids stuck at home today, many found a good hill to take their sleds to and go for a ride. Kids young and old could be found riding the hills in the Lindley Park neighborhood of Greensboro and they all agree they love it. Jim Pappa brought his […]

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    Veteran’s missing wallet found in tons of recycling

    JONESVILLE, N.C. — The old saying, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure doesn’t really apply when you throw your wallet in the trash by mistake. A Jonesville man is lucky to have his wallet back after it accidentally ended up in his recycling bin. The wallet had his bank card, identification, and his Veteran’s Administration Card. Luckily for him, another man was up to the challenge of saving the wallet after it became the needle in a 10,000-pound haystack of recycling. It all started like most every Monday morning. […]

  • Davidson County native climbs Mt. Everest

    Wednesday marks 60 years since two men became the first climbers to reach the summit of Mount Everest, Now, Scott Derue, a Walburg native, can check that off his to-do list. Derue graduated from Ledford High School, went to UNC Chapel Hill and received his PhD. from Michigan State University. He’s a self-proclaimed adventure junkie who has climbed the tallest mountains on four of the 7 continents around the world. He just got back from an excursion to Nepal where […]

  • Mobile home recycling in Alamance County

    ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C.– A grant from NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources provided the county with $40,000 to have contractors demolish abandoned or otherwise unusable manufactured homes. The contractor gets to keep and profit on any material in the home that is recyclable. The county finds old mobile homes for the program by accepting applications from people who need help getting rid of an old home. The money from the grant should cover about 25 homes and be completed […]

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    Police: High Point man stole Furniture Market attendee’s truck, crashed

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — High Point Police said the city’s surveillance system led to the arrest of a man Tuesday morning after he allegedly stole a Furniture Market attendee’s truck and then crashed it. An officer spotted the stolen truck Tuesday but it sped away when he tried to stop it. According to police, Bryant Thomas III crashed the truck a short time later on Triangle Lake Road near Oakcrest Avenue when he struck a power pole and crashed into […]

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    Power outage reported along Alamance Rd. in Burlington

    A tree that has fallen on powerlines in Burlington has caused a power outage along Alamance Rd.

  • Asheboro High offers affordable prom dresses for students

    ASHEBORO, N.C.–Getting dressed up for prom is a rite of passage for many high school students. Finding the perfect prom attire can be costly, but for students at Asheboro High School there’s an option called The Prom Shop. Sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Asheboro, The Prom Shop is a place where students can find prom dresses and even a few tuxes, without spending a lot of money. For $20, students can get a dress or tux to wear […]

  • Microburst causes significant damage in Hillsville

    HILLSVILLE, N.C.–Five structures were damaged and several outbuildings were destroyed when a storm rolled through Carroll County, Virginia early Friday morning. The National Weather Service  confirmed it was a microburst, not a tornado, that blew through the area of Coon Ridge Road just north of HIllsville. People in the direct path of the storm say they didn’t hear it coming, just that all of a sudden windows were breaking and debris was flying around. “I was just like wow! I […]

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    3 killed, 25 injured in 95-vehicle pileup at Virginia-NC line

    CARROLL COUNTY, Va. — Authorities said three people are dead and more than 25 injured after a 95-vehicle pileup Sunday on I-77 South in Southwest Virginia near the North Carolina line. State police said a series of wrecks began around 1:15 p.m. in the southbound lanes in the area of Fancy Gap Mountain in southwest Virginia. There was heavy fog at the time. The southbound and northbound lanes of I-77 were closed at the 6 mile marker until shortly after […]


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