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.

Recent Articles
  • Large mural coming to life in High Point

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and in High Point there is some new art that will soon be worth a closer look. At the corner of Washington and Centennial, a large mural is being painted that will feature many aspects of life in High Point. There are already several murals on Washington Street but this one will be the biggest and most in-depth. It’s being painted by artist Carolyn Roblyer, an artist who […]

  • Race car does a barrel roll at Bowman Gray Stadium on Saturday night and it is caught on camera

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – A race car did a barrel roll at Bowman Gray Stadium Saturday night and it was all caught on camera. The incident happened after the checkered flag in the Stadium Stock race as drivers were headed back to the pits at a reduced speed. It started when the driver of the #1 car, Grayson Keaton, and the #24 car, A.J. Sanders, were beside each other on the cool down lap and seemed to be expressing displeasure with […]

  • Woman killed in I-85 church van wreck in Davidson County identified; 10 others injured

    LEXINGTON, N.C. — The person killed in a wreck on Interstate 85 near Lexington on Sunday has been identified. Nola Miller Murphy, 76, died when a tire blew out in the church van she was in, causing the van to lose control and overturn. Ten others were injured when the van, from Charlotte, crashed at about 5:20 p.m. Sunday near mile marker 90, according to Trooper Ned Moultrie with the North Carolina Highway Patrol. The 15-passenger van registered to Cathey Memorial […]

  • Train crashes into car in Montgomery County as part of safety demonstration

    STAR, N.C. — It’s a chilling fact; every three hours in the US a person or vehicle is struck by a train, leading to approximately 1,200 deaths per year. To illustrate that danger, the North Carolina Department of Transportation and railway safety organization “Operation Lifesaver” held a demonstration that is breathtaking and hopefully life-saving. Using a locomotive from the Aberdeen Carolina & Western Railway and a former State Highway Patrol cruiser, the demonstration was set to see what would happen […]

  • Forsyth County woman works to get harsher punishments for people making school threats

    WALKERTOWN, N.C. — Recent threats of gun violence toward schools in Forsyth and Alamance counties has a Walkertown woman mad. The threats also inspired her to start a crusade to get the state legislature involved in cracking down on these threats before they become a reality. Lisa Uber isn’t just upset about the threats but more specifically that people who make these threats can get out of jail on a low bond. So, she has started a petition drive hoping […]

  • Caraway Speedway cutting weekly racing program; track up for sale

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — Caraway Speedway in Randolph County is cutting its weekly racing program effective immediately, according to owner Renee Hackett. The Hackett family is also listening to offers from possible buyers for the track. Hackett said after her father, Russell Hackett, passed away, members of the family who hold ownership stakes decided it was time to sell. The speedway will still hold scheduled tour racing events they were already committed to and the Thanksgiving race. The next event will […]

  • Video captures the moment a car jumps over the guardrail during a race at Bowman Gray

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Video filmed by a fan shows the moment a car jumped the guardrail during a race at Bowman Gray Stadium. The #15 Stadium Stock Mustang driven by Dwayne Bryant jumped the guardrail in the early laps of the very first feature race of the night Saturday. The wreck happened when Bryant and another driver made contact on the front stretch and Bryant’s car climbed the fence, slid on top of it and came to rest in the […]

  • High Point railway receiving infrastructure renewal

    HIGH POINT, N.C. – An aging infrastructure renewal project is underway along the railroad tracks in High Point that will give the city a nice look and protect against erosion in vulnerable areas. It’s a combined effort between the city and the railroad to fix a problem that’s been 80 years in the making. It stems back to 1930s when High Point and railroad officials decided to lower the railroad tracks. “They did that because the tracks used to be […]

  • Davidson County deputy involved in head-on crash with truck reported stolen

    RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. — A Davidson County sheriff’s deputy collided head-on with a stolen pickup truck during a high-speed chase that began in Lexington. Neither the deputy nor the driver of the vehicle being pursued were injured in the crash. Davidson County Sheriff David Grice said the truck was stolen in Greensboro and was spotted in Lexington by Lexington police, who had a brief chase before losing sight of the vehicle. The Davidson County 911 center received a call from […]

  • 4 years after coal ash spill, Eden sees the positive

    EDEN, N.C. — It’s been four years since coal ash spilled into the Dan River from a holding area at the Duke Energy plant in Eden. At the time, the environmental consequences were the unknown factor and with Eden in the national spotlight, so was the economic vitality of a town that uses its rivers as a tourism draw. But four years removed and the Dan River has a remarkably clean bill of health and so does Eden’s tourism economy. […]

  • Lexington firefighters talk about tackling the old Dixie Furniture plant fire

    LEXINGTON, N.C. — Three days after the inferno that raged through nearly a full city block of the old Dixie Furniture Plant 1, smoke still trickles from the rubble. The Lexington Fire Department firefighters who were on duty when the fire started Tuesday came back to work for the first time Friday morning after their normal 48-hour break. As they began their new shift with normal duties, they couldn’t help but recall the moments before the biggest call of their […]

  • Old Salem closed due to computer problem after winter weather power outage

    WINSTON-SALEM, NC — A popular tourist destination in Winston-Salem that prides itself on showing visitors what like was like in the 18th century is closed because of a 21st century problem. Old Salem has been closed since Friday night when the power went off in that part of town during the height of the winter weather. But even with the nice weather in the following days it still can’t reopen after the weather-related power failure put the popular destination in […]