Tim Pulliam, ABC 7 Chicago

Tim Pulliam

ABC 7 Chicago

Raleigh, NC, United States

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Recent:
  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • ABC11 EyewitnessNews
Past:
  • Houston News
  • ABC30 Fresno
  • ABC7 News

Recent articles by Tim:

Man wore ankle monitor as he fatally shot ex-girlfriend; was anyone tracking him?

How did an abuser who repeatedly violated a protection order and was wearing an ankle monitor as part of his pre-trial release end up shooting and killing the woman who asked for protection against him? → Read More

He wore an ankle monitor as he shot and killed his ex-girlfriend. But was anyone tracking him?

How did an abuser who repeatedly violated a protection order and was wearing an ankle monitor as part of his pre-trial release end up shooting and killing the woman who asked for protection against him? → Read More

Pete Buttigieg discusses poverty with Rev. Barber at Goldsboro church

On Sunday, Buttigieg used the opportunity visit to a church in Goldsboro to answer questions from those voters and others about poverty, jobs and voter suppression. → Read More

Managing and coping with grief during the holidays

For many people, the holidays can be a happy time to be spent with family and friends, but for others, it can be difficult while they cope with grief. → Read More

Victim in murder-suicide got protective order against ex-boyfriend last month

Domestic Violence groups say protective orders are important when they work in conjunction with crisis services for the victim. → Read More

Christmas tree lighting where Confederate statue once stood goes without controversy

The 5th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting in Pittsboro was a success Sunday evening but was heavily monitored by law enforcement in concerns of a protest. → Read More

North Carolina's Historically Black Colleges at risk of losing federal funding

North Carolina's 10 historically black colleges are at risk for losing millions of dollars in if Congress doesn't act. → Read More

North Carolina's 10 Historically Black Colleges at risk of losing federal funding

North Carolina's 10 historically black colleges are at risk for losing millions of dollars in if Congress doesn't act. → Read More

Durham fire chief cites lessons learned from deadly gas explosion

In a newly released report, Durham Fire Chief Robert Zoldos highlighted 11 ways his team plans to improve safety and response. → Read More

These black women business owners are making their mark in downtown Durham

"It's powerful to be right beside somebody who is also like myself. African-American business owner, female, doing something for her family -- just as I'm doing for mine." → Read More

Raleigh store clerk says she's traumatized after thumb nearly cut off during armed robbery

Christiana Cesare, a Kangaroo Express store clerk says she is traumatized after Samuel Leuci robbed her with a knife and nearly slashed off her thumb nearly off her hand on Wednesday. → Read More

Parents of teen hit, killed in Holly Springs thanks community for helping them cope

The parents of Scout Undercoffer who was killed in a crash in Holly Springs came forward for the first time nearly a month later speaking about their loss. → Read More

Judge rules Confederate statue in Pittsboro can come down

On Wednesday, a judge denied a request from the United Daughters of the Confederacy to keep the statue at the Old Chatham County Courthouse, where it has stood for 112 years. → Read More

Henderson Mexican restaurants reopen year after unsolved arson fires

Authorities are still investigating to determine whether the two crimes are connected. → Read More

2 Cook Out employees fired after cashier refused to serve Roxboro police officer

A local fast food restaurant is facing some backlash after an employee allegedly refused to serve a law enforcement officer. → Read More

2 Cook Out employees fired after Roxboro officer allegedly denied service

A local fast food staple is facing some backlash after two employees refused to serve law enforcement. → Read More

Durham drivers deal with headaches as highway construction wears on

As crews work on the railroad nearby, parts of Highway 98 are shut down during rush hour. → Read More

'I'm not racist:' Wake County football coach resigns after Instagram video shows him using n-word

An assistant high school football coach in Wake County is out of a job after a video showing him using racially charged words was posted to Instagram. → Read More

Mom who made it her mission to feed East Durham children wins humanitarian award

In East Durham, Marcella Thompson brings neighborhood kids together with fun and food. → Read More

Man dies from double shooting at apartment complex near Triangle Town Center

A 22-year-old died following a double shooting at a Raleigh apartment complex. → Read More