WRAL News REWIND: July 19-25, 2014
WRAL News recaps the murder of a UNC professor on a Chapel Hill street, the death of a 7-year-old in Wilson and the pressure for young athletes to play sports year round.charged in the baby's death sixteen year old Ashley reads surrendered to Franklin County authorities. Deputies were called to her home June 29 after Reid's parents found an eight and a half pound newborn girl in
Autopsy: Franklin Co. baby likely bled to death
A baby born to a Franklin County teen likely bled to death after her umbilical cord was cut too close, District Attorney Sam Currin said Tuesday after reviewing the child's autopsy report.
NC safe surrender law meant to aid unwanted babies
As the district attorney awaits a final autopsy report before deciding whether to file charges in the death of a newborn found buried in a backyard, people involved in an earlier case that led to North Carolina's safe surrender law say young mothers always have options.
Father: Bad decisions, fear led to baby's death
The father of a newborn baby girl buried in a backyard last month says a lot of bad decisions and fear led to her death.months of baby buried in the backyard this happened last month and Franklin County many people last look at something like this happen. Tonight W our heals at a -- talk with the father of that
Teen father: Bad decisions, fear led to baby's death
The father of a newborn baby girl buried in a backyard last month says a lot of bad decisions and fear led to her death.
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Lawmakers hold open budget meeting
State lawmakers meet to discuss House proposals on teacher pay and other budget issues.
Arthur's approach sparks tornado warnings
Edgecombe, Wilson, Nash counties were under a tornado warning during the 9 o'clock hour.these rain bands. Move into rocky mountain maybe over toward parts of Franklin county and eventually wake county so what will experience locally from time to time. You have a period where nothing's going on --
Investigators want to interview Franklin Co. teen mom
An 8.5 pound baby girl was placed inside a grocery bag and buried in a shallow grave behind a residence in the Fox Ridge Farms subdivision, located near Louisburg, on Sunday, authorities said.
Newborn found burried in backyard
Franklin County detectives are investigating the discovery of a newborn baby buried in a backyard on Sunday.I'm Jacqui highland. That Terrell Owens out of -- talk with the Franklin County chair tonight about the investigation. -- -- Jerry Jones wants to get out another message tonight as well right. Gerald -- did not have to happen this way there are lot of options for. Young people who find themselves with a newborn one of those is this fire department behind me. That is the message the sheriff would have me share with you tonight. He says the discovery that was made in a backyard yesterday has devastated a lot of people. Franklin County sheriff Jerry Jones says the parents of the pregnant teens were shocked to see officers at their home. Until they started asking