Josh Chapin, ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Josh Chapin

ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Durham, NC, United States

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Recent articles by Josh:

The show must go on: Fourth of July fireworks light up the Wake Forest sky despite no spectators

The Fourth of July firework show continued to light up the Friday night sky at Heritage High School in Wake Forest despite not hosting its usual 15,000 spectator count due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Duke health official questions effectiveness of COVID-19 antibody testing

As the demand for COVID-19 antibody testing rises, health officials question the effectiveness of antibody testing to show if some people are immune to the virus. → Read More

Apex to convert parking spaces into outdoor seating areas for restaurants

The Town of Apex is working to convert some parallel parking spaces into dining areas to make it easier for restaurants to adhere to social distancing guidelines. → Read More

WakeMed distributes free face masks in southeast Raleigh, 4th highest number of COVID-19 cases in the state

In total, WakeMed Hospital along with the City of Raleigh and Wake County plans to distribute 100,000 face masks to the 27610 zip code in southeast Raleigh. → Read More

North Carolina's statewide mask requirement goes into effect today. Here's what you need to know.

The North Carolina face mask order goes into effect today at 5 p.m. Where is it required and who is exempt? We have the answers to your questions. → Read More

Downtown Raleigh businesses say they need a lifeline in plea to Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin

Several downtown Raleigh business owners, including Oak City Meatball Shoppe, Woody's Sports Tavern and Grille, Garland, Royale, Bittersweet, met virtually with Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin Thursday to discuss next steps on recovery efforts. → Read More

'Small arm of the bigger cause:' As crews dismantle NC Confederate Monument, Raleigh activists demand policy change

Crews worked late Tuesday night to haul off the last part of the 75-foot tall Confederate monument on the grounds of the State Capitol. → Read More

Medical loophole allows some North Carolina gyms to reopen; some fitness centers waiting for action from Gov. Cooper

A loophole in a letter from the NC attorney general says gyms can be open as long as members have a medical purpose for working out.. → Read More

Demonstrators topple 2 Confederate monument statues outside NC Capitol building on Juneteenth

On the evening of Juneteenth, demonstrators climbed and successfully toppled two statues from the Confederate monument outside of the North Carolina Capitol building. → Read More

Demonstrators topple 2 Confederate monument statues outside NC Capitol building on Juneteenth

On the evening of Juneteenth, demonstrators climbed and successfully toppled two statues from the Confederate monument outside of the North Carolina Capitol building. → Read More

Demonstrators topple Confederate monument statues in DC and NC amid Juneteenth celebrations

On the evening of Juneteenth, demonstrators climbed and successfully toppled two statues from the Confederate monument outside of the North Carolina Capitol building, as well as a Confederate general statue in Washington DC. → Read More

Demonstrators topple Confederate monument statues in DC and NC amid Juneteenth celebrations

On the evening of Juneteenth, demonstrators climbed and successfully toppled two statues from the Confederate monument outside of the North Carolina Capitol building, as well as a Confederate general statue in Washington DC. → Read More

Demonstrators remove two statues from Confederate monument outside North Carolina Capitol building

Demonstrators climbed and successfully removed two statues from the Confederate monument outside of the North Carolina Capitol building on Friday evening. → Read More

Duke research study that tracks COVID-19 via smartphones, smartwatches goes global

A research study at Duke University aimed at collecting COVID-19 data via smartphones and smartwatches is going global. → Read More

How local black-owned businesses will be celebrating Juneteenth this year

This year, Juneteenth has taken on a whole new meaning in light of the racial justice movement that's gaining momentum nationwide. → Read More

More than 40 Nash County residents evacuate homes due to flooding

Photos posted by the Nash County Sheriff's Office showed crews walking someone to safety on a road with ponding. The rescue happened near Seven Paths Road. → Read More

Roxboro Courier-Times publisher-editor resigns after racist editorial cartoon printed

The Roxboro Courier-Times issued an apology Monday afternoon after publishing a racist cartoon depicting a black man stealing a purse from a white woman, saying, "we defunded the police." → Read More

UNC System creates racial equity task force but students stress more action needed going forward

The UNC System said it will create a task force in "pursuit of greater racial equity" but some students hope actions match words moving forward. → Read More

Wake County man shares path forward after demonstrations

Daryl McDonald is not an organizer, but he said he believes better sensitivity and weapons training is necessary for law enforcement, and that city and county leaders will have to come to the table for a real dialogue. . → Read More

O2 Fitness, Crunch, Orangetheory combine to lay out detailed plan for reopening

The plan, called Fitness Operators for a Responsible Reopening (FORR), addresses safety measures gyms would put in place which would include all members getting their own spray bottles when they walk in. → Read More