Hayley Fixler, CBS 17

Hayley Fixler

CBS 17

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Recent articles by Hayley:

Non-profit building tiny homes in Chapel Hill, trying to help end affordable housing crisis

A local non-profit is using churches, volunteers and tiny homes to give more people a place where they can live. → Read More

How to prepare your pets for noise anxiety this July 4 weekend

Reports indicate that there’s about a 30 percent increase of missing dogs and cats over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. → Read More

NC leaders try to persuade tech company to open in Chatham County

In the proposed state budget released Tuesday, state officials recommended spending $112 billion to get the unnamed computer chip company to call Chatham County home. → Read More

Cary business owner feels the impact of rising rent prices

The sign on top of the building off of Cary Towne Boulevard is dark, the lights are turned off, and a small white paper hangs in the door, letting customers know they’ve closed down. → Read More

Pipeline failure leaves thousands under water shortage advisory in Johnston County

The advisory could last for a few days. → Read More

Real estate app set to launch in the Triangle

The Washington-based tech company launched a system where real estate agents and home buyers can check out listings and bid on them, online, in real-time. → Read More

Founders Day: Triangle woman reflects on her own ‘healing transition’ out of homelessness

CBS17 crews spent Friday at Healing Transitions in Raleigh, picking up paintbrushes and paint buckets to help revamp the building that gives people a second chance in life. → Read More

Ex-Wake County teacher charged with indecent liberties appears in court

On Thursday, Miguel Bonano made his first appearance in court after being arrested for indecent liberties with a student and indecent liberties with a child. → Read More

Getting answers: How gas prices are set

Gas prices continue to climb and there seems to be no end in sight. → Read More

Pro-life protestors gather in Raleigh

The Supreme Court recently updated their calendar, indicating opinions on Roe V. Wade could be released as soon as Monday. → Read More

Family has demands for police after man is killed in Raleigh Molotov cocktail incident

The family of Reuel Rodriguez-Nunez, the man who threw Molotov cocktails at officers and two cars at the Raleigh Police Department Southeast Substation of Rock Quarry Road, have partnered up with Emancipate NC. → Read More

Wake County residents could face property tax hike as soon as tonight

WAKE COUNTY, N.C. (WNCN) — Wake County commissioners have debated whether residents will have to pay more in property taxes and are set to vote on the proposed budget tonight. The budget requires some more funding, so leaders could bump up the tax rate to get more revenue. The proposed tax rate increase would be […] → Read More

N.C. teacher helps students know they can “heal the world” with music

A Durham school music teacher is trying to make a difference through music. → Read More

RDU experiencing high prices for international travel

Travelers who head through Raleigh-Durham International Airport will now get two extra opportunities to hit the skies and head out of town. → Read More

Final suspect arrested in Henderson gas station shooting: police

The fourth and final suspect in a Henderson gas station shootout from May 28 was arrested Thursday, police said. → Read More

Victim’s mother speaks after NC trooper shooting: ‘I’ll have to deal with the truth’

A traffic stop in Siler City ended with a North Carolina State Trooper shooting and killing the driver. → Read More

Residents react after daytime shootout caught on video in Henderson

There were still several bullet holes lining the front windows of the building. → Read More

NC program recognized; mothers & kids stay together to battle substance abuse

Getting help with substance abuse can be a struggling North Carolina. For pregnant women and mothers, it’s even tougher. → Read More

Southern Baptist Convention releases list of NC sexual abusers

Since 2007, the SBC has been keeping a secret list of people accused of or convicted of crimes. CBS17 crews went through each of the 205 pages, counting 701 names of abusers within the Baptist system. → Read More

Triangle small businesses continue to experience staff shortages

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN)- According to a report from the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB), 47% of small business owners nationwide report that they cannot fill their job openings. CBS17 crews found many “now hiring” signs across the Triangle on Monday, but learned these vacancies are very industry specific. → Read More