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North Carolina substitute teacher expected in court, charged for indecent liberties with 2 students

A Wake County substitute teacher is expected to make a court appearance after being arrested and charged for indecent liberties with two students. → Read More

Former Marine dragged ‘half a football field’ by woman with criminal history as chase ensues across NC county lines

“[The woman] pinned him in the door frame of the vehicle and put the car in drive and began to operate the vehicle,” prosecutors said. “It went over a barrier and into a wooded area. She dragged that officer about 50 yards, half a football field.” → Read More

Orange County double murder suspect to appear in court as an adult Tuesday, District Attorney confirms

Issiah Ross, 17, is the prime suspect in the deaths of Devin Clark, 18, and Lyric Woods, 14, who were found shot to death on Sept. 18 by ATV riders off of Buckhorn Road on a train in western Orange County. → Read More

17-year-old suspect to be charged as adult after allegedly killing teens from Alamance, Orange counties

HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. (WGHP) — The Orange County District Attorney’s Office is planning on charging the 17-year-old suspected in a double homicide as an adult. In September, the bodies of 14-year-old Lyric Woods and 18-year-old Devin Clark were found in woods in western Orange County off Buckhorn Road by two ATV riders. Lyric was from Orange […] → Read More

Woman has foot amputated after 3 people attacked by pit bull in NC; dog shot, later killed

An officer shot the pit bull twice and it was later euthanized. The elderly woman who was attacked is still in the hospital. → Read More

'Deeply saddened': School releases statement after missing teen girl believed dead in Orange County

“Our hearts are with all of Lyric’s family and everyone who knew her,” Orange County school officials said after 14-year-old Lyric Woods was believed to have been found dead Sunday. → Read More

Judge reduces $1 million bond to $75K for North Carolina teacher charged with statutory rape of student

A West Johnston High School English teacher charged with statutory rape had her bond reduced by more than 90 percent in a Thursday court hearing. → Read More

How many NC teachers get their license revoked for reported inappropriate relationships with students?

CBS 17 has been digging deeper, looking into the number of teachers in North Carolina with revoked licenses after being accused of such crimes, through the state’s public database. → Read More

Students, family react to North Carolina teacher accused of having sex with student

Students tell CBS 17 Amanda Doll’s classes have now been divided up and mixed in with other classes, since their originally assigned teacher remains in jail. → Read More

North Carolina mother spotted at sweepstakes for six hours, just before she was arrested for daughters’ deaths

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Before Launice Battle was arrested on murder charges in connection with the deaths of her two daughters, several people told CBS 17 she was spotted at a local sweepstakes. Even though her grandmother told CBS 17 the family hadn’t seen Battle for two weeks, people inside the Vegas Style Sweepstakes on Atlantic Springs […] → Read More

This is everything we know about the murder of Wake County Deputy Ned Byrd

RALEIGH, N.C. (WGHP) — A man accused of shooting and killing a Wake County deputy is in custody amid an investigation involving multiple counties, including Forsyth County. K-9 Deputy Ned Byrd, 48, of Raleigh, was shot near Battle Bridge and Auburn Knightdale roads in Raleigh just after 11 p.m. on Aug. 11, Wake County Sheriff […] → Read More

Former Triad assistant principal, pastor sentenced to 4-5 years for student sex crimes

A former assistant principal at Union Grove Christian School and pastor has been sentenced to five consecutive 10-12 month sentences in relation to multiple felony counts of sexual activity with a student. → Read More

Guilford County Commissioners debating limiting shooting on private property

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — Do people have the right to shoot guns on their property, if it’s legal, whenever they want, for however long they want? It’s a heated topic Guilford County Commissioners are looking at Thursday night after they say they’ve gotten too many firearms-related complaints. The existing ordinance has not been changed […] → Read More

COVID concerns remain as high school sports set to kick off soon

(WGHP) — Sports stopped during the COVID crisis. As seasons get ready to kick off again in a few weeks, many people are wondering: Is it safe with the delta danger? Whether it’s football, soccer, cheerleading or marching band. It’s coming down to two main points: masks and frequent testing, and depending on a child’s […] → Read More

Wyndham Championship welcoming back golf fans, putting new COVID rules in place

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — The Wyndham Championship starts up again in a few days and is welcoming back golf fans with some changes. This year, tournament officials are letting up to 15,000 people come to watch the best of the best go head-to-head in Greensboro. Officials told FOX8 they are nearing that 15,000-person capacity limit, […] → Read More

Triad universities prepare for return of students amid COVID-19 surge

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — COVID-19 hospitalizations are not slowing down. There are currently at least 1,359 people in hospitals because of COVID across North Carolina. In the Piedmont Triad, Cone Health had 52 people in the hospital being treated for COVID on Monday. Novant Health and Wake Forest Baptist Health leaders would not share specific […] → Read More

Asheboro neighbors concerned about landfill proposal

ASHEBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Imagine cement, asphalt and construction materials are all piled in a heap only a few feet away from your home. It’s what some people in one Asheboro neighborhood are trying to avoid. People living off Allred Street and Northshore Drive got a letter in the mail from a representative for a […] → Read More

Triad’s newly-vaccinated explain their hesitancy, reasons for finally getting the shot

LEXINGTON, N.C. (WGHP) — During a press conference on Thursday, Gov. Roy Cooper told reporters it was irresponsible to not get vaccinated against COVID-19. So why are people waiting to get their shot? FOX8 crews wanted to find out. Seventeen people trickled into the Arcadia Fire Department in Lexington on Thursday to get vaccinated. Davidson […] → Read More

Are vaccine mandates legal?

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Delta variant is responsible for many of the more than 2,600 new COVID cases in North Carolina. That’s a new daily percent positive of 10.8%. The overwhelming message from leaders and health officials is that it’s the “pandemic of the unvaccinated,” per CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky. The rate of transmission […] → Read More

Guilford County Schools weighs mask requirement after new CDC recommendations

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Is it time to mask up again? On Tuesday, Guilford County Schools leaders will meet to decide whether or not to require students and staff to wear masks for the upcoming school year. This comes as the CDC announced new guidance, recommending even vaccinated people cover their faces again in indoor spaces […] → Read More