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Past articles by Jon:

I-Team digs for answers as Triangle mail problems continue

In the week since our first I-Team report aired on spotty mail service in a north Raleigh neighborhood, scores of comments have come into ABC11 through emails, calls and on social media. → Read More

Deadly wreck unites 2 women in crusade against distracted driving

"We're not going to bring John and his fiancée back ... but what we want to do is bring awareness to stricter rules about distracted driving. The penalties have to be stricter when death is involved." → Read More

Complaints grow about mail service In Raleigh

Some have seen mail slowing down to a snail's pace; others report that it's not coming at all. Complaints about the postal service in and around Raleigh have been growing as the clocks ticks down to Christmas. → Read More

NAACP review of old arrest alleges police abuse in Dunn

The news conference was called after video was leaked from 2012, apparently shot from a Dunn police cruiser's dash cam, showing an attempted traffic stop, a subsequent police chase, and then the arrest of Seneca Jackson. → Read More

Major drug busts shed light on trafficking in North Carolina

Three major drug busts in less than a week put into sharp focus the problem of drugs passing through and filtering into North Carolina. → Read More

The secret behind meth houses in North Carolina

You might think the law would require people selling a home in which methamphetamine was cooked up, to disclose that information to potential buyers, but you'd be wrong. That's not the case in the Tar Heel State. → Read More

I-Team: Crooks now using Bluetooth to skim your debit cards

You don't have to look too far back to know that crooks have been hitting the Triangle with "skimmers" hard for months. Here's how to foil their latest tactics. → Read More

Duke Energy under fire for withholding emergency information on coal ash

If you live close to a Duke Energy coal ash pit, what should you do in cast of emergency? If a dam wall bursts, who should you call? Could your home or business be impacted? → Read More

Curious whether your house could flood? Check this out

Have you ever wondered just how much rain we'd have to get before some river near you house spilled its banks and flooded your home? If you have - and you live in the great state of North Carolina - we've got something for you to try. → Read More

'Dreamers' brace for change, put hopes in Congress

One day ahead of President Donald Trump's expected call for an end to the Obama-era program that offers temporary legal status to hundreds of thousands of so-called "Dreamers," people protected by DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) are on edge. → Read More

North Carolina lags in latest health care survey

If you've had a bad health care experience in North Carolina, this story will hit your funny bone. Don't expect to laugh, though. → Read More

More local law enforcement agencies make changes after SUV concerns

Three more local law enforcement agencies have made changes amid growing concern over a potential problem with Ford Explorers leaking carbon monoxide into the passenger cabin. → Read More

Eric Campbell's fate now rests with jury

The jury is weighing charges including murder, breaking and entering, arson, and animal cruelty. → Read More

NC lawmakers again wrangle over redrawing legislative maps

On Thursday, a three-judge federal panel in Greensboro will hear arguments from the state and challengers about how to remedy the 28 legislative districts found to have been illegally gerrymandered in 2011. → Read More

I-Team: Do police SUVs pose invisible threat to officers?

At least two lawsuits have been filed by law enforcement officers in Texas and California, alleging their police Ford Explorers were leaking carbon monoxide into their vehicles while they were driving. Here in NC, many departments are taking precautions. → Read More

Governor Roy Cooper at forefront of opioid struggle

Governor Roy Cooper is at the forefront of a new national effort to take on the opioid crisis in America. → Read More

I-Team clears up confusion over Park & Ride at The Streets of Southpoint

Turns out, the Streets at Southpoint can't simply start towing cars left at the Park & Ride lot in the mall as fliers handed out to drivers yesterday insinuated. → Read More

Blue Cross Blue Shield rate-hike request symptom of a troubled system

Hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians could - again - face substantial increases in their insurance rates if they purchase through the Obamacare marketplace. → Read More

I-Team: School fights fuel debate over social media policies

Parents say mobile phones open up a Pandora's Box of new problems and that school leaders often don't seem up to the task. At 5:30, Jon Camp explains how schools are responding to teen's ubiquitous access to social media. → Read More

Report slams Duke University in wake of uranium breach

The report offered a scathing indictment of Duke University's internal quality control protocols and procedures. → Read More