Justin Quesinberry, CBS 17

Justin Quesinberry

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Past articles by Justin:

Billy Graham’s body arrives back in NC ahead of Friday’s funeral

All five of Graham’s children are expected speak at Friday’s funeral. → Read More

Public can pay respects to Rev. Billy Graham starting Monday

The body of Rev. Graham, who died last week, will lie in repose at his childhood home for two days. → Read More

RDU working to add nonstop flight to China

Tuesday’s symposium was the first step in a process that’s expected to take three to seven years. → Read More

Thousands to march tonight in Raleigh to demand lawmakers take action on guns

Organizers urge the people who come to the march to wear their school colors. They want as many schools represented as possible. → Read More

First trials begin in toppling of Durham Confederate monument

First trials begin in toppling of Durham Confederate monument → Read More

DA accused of wipe swap scheme wants Wake County judge off case

Wallace Bradsher faces felony charges of obtaining property by false pretense and obstruction of justice. → Read More

Raleigh City Council to discuss growth plans in 2 popular areas of city today

The council will consider a plan for how high buildings along Hillsborough Street and in Cameron Village can be and what they can be used for. → Read More

New technology could help ID victim in 27-year-old Orange County cold case murder

Orange County Sheriff’s Office investigator Troy Williams is hoping experts can create a more photo-like rendering using photos of the skull and X-rays. → Read More

Investigators still working 27-year-old Orange County cold case

A three-person inmate work crew picking up garbage found the body of a woman who had been strangled and dumped just feet from I-40. → Read More

Early-morning snow caused issues on some Orange County roads, cancelled classes

The snow was hit and miss across the county and the Triangle. → Read More

Success stories coming from Durham Rescue Mission’s ‘Victory Program’

"It's rewarding. It's encouraging. And, it builds me up." → Read More

Breaking down the Triangle’s chances at landing Amazon’s HQ2

The Triangle Business Journal is breaking down the area’s strengths and weaknesses compared with other possible locations in a new cover story called “So, who wins the amazon lottery?” → Read More

Many places on Fort Bragg closed during government shutdown

While the government is shut down, no one on post is getting paid on time, and many places on Fort Bragg will be closed. → Read More

Thousands participate in ‘Women’s Rally on Raleigh’

It’s been a transformative year, many said, particularly when it comes to the “Me Too” movement. → Read More

Worst of flu season still ahead, NC health secretary says

Mandy Cohen, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services secretary, calls the flu a “burden” – certainly when it comes to deaths and also the financial toll it takes. → Read More

Suspect in Person County murder has 2 missing ex-wives, sheriff says

Scott Sykora faces charges in the death of Gerald Pollard. → Read More

Cold weather especially harsh for those who work outside

A valet said the key to staying at least somewhat warm is to keep moving and to layer up. → Read More

Plunging temperatures keep Triangle HVAC repairmen busy

Frigid temperatures have heating system technicians keeping the roads hot – traveling from customer to customer to make repairs. → Read More

How one Raleigh woman’s kidney donation inspired others to help strangers

"I didn't know who I was helping and it didn't really matter,” one of the three donors said. → Read More

3,000 expected at Durham Rescue Mission’s annual Christmas dinner, toy giveaway

The mission expects 3,000 people. The event takes 500 volunteers, 125 turkeys, 9,000 toys and 10,000 pieces of clothing. → Read More