Tim Pulliam, ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Tim Pulliam

ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Raleigh, NC, United States

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Recent articles by Tim:

Durham police chief says city has a gang problem and lack of legislation on gun control hinders efforts

Police Chief C.J. Davis said as a mother and member of the community, she is shocked by the tragedy. → Read More

Shoppers react to possible plastic-bag fee in Durham

Durham city and county leaders are moving a step forward in proposing a fee on shoppers who use plastic bags at retail and grocery stores. → Read More

Durham County man finds 'huge bullet hole' in car after drive home

A Rougemont resident thought he had run over something. Now the sheriff's office is investigating after the driver found a bullet had struck his Camaro as he drove home. → Read More

'Outrageous:' Holly Springs family gets $49,000 water bill

As the McDowell family was checking their mail, they opened their Harnett Regional Water bill to learn they owe more than $49,000. → Read More

Durham woman kicked off Frontier flight after complaining about vomit in seat sues for $55 million

A Durham woman who was kicked off a Frontier Airlines flight in April is suing the company for $55 million dollars, accusing the company of gross negligence and defamation. → Read More

7 pets die, dozens rescued in fire at Falconbridge Animal Hospital

Dozens of animals were rescued from a fire at Falconbridge Animal Hospital in southwest Durham but others did not make it out alive. → Read More

National Night Out: Durham community celebrates drop in violent crime

There's a reason to celebrate at McDougald Terrace in Durham. The community said it is celebrating a month without a shooting. → Read More

Gun-rights advocates say Red Flag gun law would unfairly target owners

Gun owners say Red Flag laws are an infringement on their constitutional rights. And they believe the law will lead to abuse and the confiscation of guns from law-abiding people. → Read More

Gun-rights advocates say Red Flag law would unfairly target gun owners

"A certain segment of society are operating from a place of fear and ignorance about the firearm. That's just one tool of many that can be used to harm others." → Read More

Gun reform advocates rally in Durham day after deadly Texas, Ohio mass shootings

Gun reform advocates came together in Durham hours after a pair of mass shootings killed at least 29 people in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. → Read More

Take a breath: Duke psychologist offers advice for coping with news of mass shootings

It's normal to feel anxious and nervous after seeing the aftermath from Dayton and El Paso, and because of that, experts are speaking up to help anyone who may need assistance. → Read More

Meet the mom who has made it her mission to feed East Durham children in poverty

In East Durham, Marcella Thompson brings neighborhood kids together with fun and food. It's a job she's taken seriously since moving here three years ago. → Read More

Why this descendant of slaves says he's against reparations

According to the latest Marist poll, 58 percent of black people support slavery reparations but one Durham educator and descendant of slaves explains why he is against the potential bill. → Read More

New art at Durham Police headquarters aims to symbolize peace, unity between police and community

"It's exciting that our city government use public art as a tool to enhance the environment and create a sense of place, and express this community's values and identity," said Durham Police Chief CJ Davis. → Read More

NCCU parts ways with assistant football coach after arrest in Florida

An assistant football coach for North Carolina Central University who was arrested Sunday in Florida is now off the job. → Read More

School bus driver suspected of setting up hit on student, Durham Police say

Durham Police said they believe a school bus driver may have ordered someone to shoot a 17-year-old Northern High School student. → Read More

North Carolina may be using new voting machines in 2020

State Board of Election leaders are expected to choose which voting equipment North Carolina will use going into the 2020 election. → Read More

'A freak accident:' Wave off Oak Island breaks Raleigh man's neck, kills him

A man was killed Friday after he was hit by a strong wave at Oak Island, his family said. → Read More

Wake County mom says man stole car with her daughter inside as she helped crash victim

A Wake County mom is thankful for help from strangers after a thief drove off with her vehicle with her child inside Wednesday night. → Read More

Triangle voters share diverse concerns going into 2020 presidential election

With President Trump holding his campaign rally in North Carolina on Wednesday, ABC11 visited Pie Pushers Pizza in Durham to speak with a variety of citizens about issues that matter most to them. → Read More