Julie Wilson, ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Julie Wilson

ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Durham, NC, United States

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  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • Houston News
  • ABC30 Fresno
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Recent articles by Julie:

Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate: North Carolina school leaders emphasize importance of hydrating student-athletes

Moms and dads, as you prepare to send your student-athletes back to the classroom this school year, Larry McDonald, the Director of Athletics with Durham Public Schools, says it's important to keep them hydrated. → Read More

Back-to-school from the experts: Advice from teachers & principals

We asked teachers and principals to give their best back-to-school advice for parents to make sure their child is back-to-school ready. Here is what they had to say: → Read More

Apps kids love that parents need to know about

Parents, there are apps your child could be using that you should know about. The apps could allow kids to send messages secretly or put them at risk of being contacted by unscrupulous individuals looking to take advantage of them. → Read More

300 Jeeps gather in Raleigh to make terminally ill 9-year-old's dream come true

9-year-old Jack is terminally ill and has always wanted to ride in a Jeep with no top or doors. Over 300 Jeeps turned out to a local car dealership to make that happen. → Read More

Protesters in Orange County demand gun reform

A group of protesters gathered outside of the Orange County Courthouse on Sunday afternoon denouncing white supremacy and demanding gun reform. → Read More

MLB pitcher from Clayton helps Triangle kids get back-to-school supplies

It's officially August and students from all over the Triangle are shopping for back-to-school items. → Read More

How to buy and sell clothing, accessories from your phone

Here's the best way to buy and sell clothing from your phone. → Read More

Raleigh company MagnaReady specializes in clothes anyone can button up easily

It closes with magnets and looks like a button up, but it's adaptive clothing designed for the differently abled. → Read More

How to turn your used, high-end clothing and accessories into cash

If you're looking to create a lasting wardrobe, love shopping local, and hate paying retail, then high-end consignment shops may be the perfect place to spend your dollars. → Read More

Knightdale CrossFit gym owner to host fundraiser for Special Olympics of North Carolina

It's been nearly a year since Steph Hammerman opened Hammer Driven Fitness -- her CrossFit gym in Knightdale. → Read More

Sharks swim by you 99.9 percent of the time without you knowing, but experts say there are ways to spot them

The average amount of bites off the North Carolina coast is one to two per year. Here are several ways you can spot a shark in the water. → Read More

Knightdale CrossFit gym owner with cerebral palsy to host fundraiser for Special Olympics of North Carolina

It's been nearly a year since Steph Hammerman opened Hammer Driven Fitness -- her CrossFit gym in Knightdale. → Read More

Cary churchgoers aim to stock local food pantry with $10 each

Post worship at Christ the King Church in Cary, churchgoers were given ten dollars, an empty Publix bag and a list of needs for Dorcas Ministries. → Read More

Farmers turn to renting pollinators as bee population declines

As the bee population continues to decline, the multi-billion dollar agriculture business across the country and in North Carolina faces a dilemma. → Read More

'Learning by doing life': Wake Forest mom says unschool is better for her daughters than public school

Laura Matthews said she prefers to unschool her daughters because they get to learn while exploring their passions. → Read More

Holly Springs teen collecting eye patches for kids with cataracts

A Holly Springs teen is giving back to his community, and he's asking for your help to do so. → Read More

Raleigh swimmers take part in World's Largest Swimming Lesson

The Raleigh Optimist Aquatic Center is one of 600 pools worldwide participating in the World's Largest Swimming Lesson. → Read More

Driving safety: How to keep you and your family safe during summer travel

If you plan on driving to your vacation destination this year, the Highway Patrol offers a few tips to make travel smoother. → Read More

Swimming safety: How to keep you and your family safe at lakes, rivers and swimming holes

The summer of 2019 already proving fatal with multiple drownings at various popular swimming spots in the Triangle. If you plan on cooling at a nearby river or lake, Sgt. David Ritzheimer with North Carolina Wildlife Law Enforcement says there are steps y → Read More

Roxboro grandfather celebrates 100th birthday on Father's Day

Happy Birthday Mr. John! This Father's Day is special one for one Roxboro father and grandfather who's turning 100. → Read More