Nick Sturdivant, CBS 17

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Recent articles by Nick:

New NC law cracks down on organized retail crimes

In recent months, CBS 17 has covered numerous robberies — but a new bill signed into law may help see that change. → Read More

2 hip-hop artists from the Triangle nominated for Carolina Music Awards

Alicia Marie is a rapper, singer, and poet. She is originally from New York but has lived in Durham for half her life. → Read More

Loud and Clear: Downtown Raleigh packed to protest SCOTUS overturning Roe v. Wade

Hundreds of people gathered at Bicentennial Plaza to protest the United States Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade. → Read More

Goldsboro stakeholders gather to discuss concerns, solutions to gun violence, school issues

The roundtables consist of a collection of school and county leaders, law enforcement and community members. They spend time talking about problems and solutions. → Read More

Fallen tree knocks out power for Garner store, owner worried about frozen foods

The owner of a Garner mini mart is worried his frozen food supply is in jeopardy after a fallen tree outside the store knocked out power. → Read More

80K+ power outages, trees down, roads blocked across central NC after severe storms hit Triangle

Duke Energy as of 7:20 p.m. reported 88,000 power outages near Raleigh and 11,000 outages in Durham with 2,000 power outages in Hillsborough. → Read More

Durham community gives feedback to developers on $188 million plan in Hayti area

Back in January, the Durham Housing Authority selected a team of developers to redevelop the 20-acre empty lot. → Read More

Parents’ Bill of Rights continues to get pushback weeks after state senate passes it

Dozens gathered at Bicentennial Plaza in Raleigh Monday evening and refused to be silent. → Read More

Active shooter situation underway at hospital in Goldsboro, officials say

Goldsboro police and the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office are at the scene. → Read More

Activists, community members oppose ShotSpotter ahead of Durham budget presentation

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — Across the street from the Durham County Detention Center Friday evening was political theater — literally. “We really wanted to get creative. So, we came up with a play,” said Kyla Hartsfield. The theatrics were a stance against ShotSpotter technology, which Durham plans to implement to help track gunfire in the […] → Read More

Game 7 on Memorial Day draws hundreds of Canes, Rangers fans to bars and tailgating

“New York or North Carolina. Their money is just as green,” the owner of Backyard Bistro said Monday night. → Read More

Dentist working to tackle food insecurity in Johnston County through new practice

The dentist is planning to partner with Harvesting Hope to provide fresh, nutritious food at no cost. → Read More

Durham family pushing for answers, solutions after man killed in shooting, car crash

While responding to a crash on South Street around 6:30 Thursday evening, officers found a man shot dead inside the vehicle. It was Williams. he was 21-years-old. → Read More

Triangle groups gather to mourn shooting victims, push for tougher gun laws

The Carolina Peace Center organized the vigil in Raleigh Thursday. They want state and federal lawmakers to ban assault weapons. → Read More

Man dead after shooting and car crash in Durham, police say

A CBS 17 reporter at the scene said that a gold Prius appeared to be involved in the incident. → Read More

Man seriously injured in 2nd shooting in 2 hours in Durham, police say

The second shooting happened near the intersection of Ridgeway Avenue and Wabash Street, the news release said. → Read More

Dad speaks out after daughter among 6 shot in stolen SUV in Durham

In the wee hours of Dec. 13, 2021, Durham police said six young people in a stolen SUV were shot — two of them died. → Read More

NCCU seeking to rename residence hall, wants feedback from all

North Carolina Central University has released a survey asking for help renaming a residence hall on campus that was originally named for a state governor. → Read More

Fayetteville-based George Floyd Memorial Foundation launches mental health initiatives

The group wants to help ease the trauma from police brutality and other violence towards people of color. → Read More

Central NC officers honored during national law enforcement memorial vigil in D.C.

Hundreds of names of officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty are carved on the walls of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. each year. This year there were 619 new names. → Read More