Jeff Hogan, WRAL NEWS in NC

Jeff Hogan


Raleigh, NC, United States

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Past articles by Jeff:

Brothers indicted on murder charges in shooting death of Wake County deputy Ned Byrd

Arturo Marin-Sotelo and Alder Alfonso Marin-Sotelo face charges of first-degree murder in the death of Ned Byrd, who was found shot on Aug. 11 in southeastern Raleigh. → Read More

New Holly Springs development includes private school with focus on ice sports

A new development coming to Holly Springs may lift sports, like ice hockey and figure skating, in the area to a new level. → Read More

Despite booming economy, labor shortage could be long-term problem in NC

What many hoped would be a temporary problem, is instead a sign of a generational challenge. The worker shortage may be long-term. → Read More

Pasquotank deputies cleared in Andrew Brown's shooting death in Elizabeth City

No Pasquotank County deputy will face criminal charges in the fatal shooting last month of an Elizabeth City man, the district attorney announced Tuesday, ruling that the shooting was justified. → Read More

Wake Tech and Amazon partner to train 100,000 people in 'mechatronics'

Wake Technical Community College is now part of Amazon's goal to train employees in a new apprenticeship program, providing workers an opportunity for higher paying, in-demand jobs. → Read More

New Delaware County group targets teen drivers

The SAFE Delaware County Coalition will dedicate its annual traffic crash memorial to the 20 teens who have died in Delaware County during the last 10 years. → Read More

92-year-old is skating through her golden years

Exercising regularly has been proven to extend your lifespan. In fact, studies show aerobic activity lowers the risk of premature death by more than 25-percent. Marylin House has found a way to skate through her golden years. → Read More

Nationwide Children’s Patient Champion: Olivia Cacchio

Identical twins Olivia and Claire Cacchio – now 9 years old – were born under the difficult circumstances of twin to twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS). It’s a condition that can be fatal to one, or both children. While in the womb, Claire was taking Olivia's blood and food supply. → Read More

Columbus army doctor remembers Patriot Day, pushes for vaccinations

Too early you say for the flu vaccine? doctors disagree, saying your body takes two weeks to become immunized and it doesn't wear off that quickly.Their advice: get it early and beat the rush so you don't risk getting the flu. → Read More

Local woman vying to have 'Star Spangled Blue' as Crayola's new color

Back in the spring, Crayola weeded out the color dandelion from the crayon box among its rainbow of choices. It is being replaced with a new blue, but Crayola asked for people's help on naming that new hue. → Read More

Mom overcomes eating disorder to compete in Arnold Sports Festival

Before Jessica Henry's 3-year-old daughter was born, she led a different life; one of parties and drinking and struggles with an eating disorder. → Read More

Washington D.C. group tours Anheuser-Busch plant in central Ohio

Almost 700,000 Ohioans rely on the manufacturing industry as a source for income. → Read More

Man with heart disease turns around his health

During heart health month, it is important to remember heart disease kills more than six hundred thousand people each year. → Read More

Benefits of enduring outdoor winter workouts

Rather than bag it altogether and head for the gym, get outside because there are benefits to braving the elements. → Read More

Columbus city engineers using bikes to better survey roads

Columbus city engineers have a new plan for how the rubber meets the road on our central Ohio streets. → Read More

Columbus can now face new major obstacle course

New obstacle course opens at Jewish Community Center. → Read More

First Tee program teaches kids financial lessons on the golf course.

Kids who participate in first tee programs learn a lot about things that have nothing to do with golf. → Read More

YMCA offers program to teach everyone about water safety

As the nation’s largest operator of swimming pools, the YMCA developed the Safety Around Water program. → Read More

"Dancing Kevin" uses Facebook to keep him accountable on weight-loss journey

Kevin Schroeder is using social media to shed some pounds. → Read More

Delaware County 911 center answers call to fitness

Dispatchers from Delaware County have updated their work stations with a focus on increasing health and fitness. → Read More