City discusses legislative agenda BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE The ability to release police body camera footage, moving local municipal elections back to odd- numbered years, juvenile justice and gender
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE After the violent death of his brother Kermit “Bruce” Piggott in November 1991. Ben Piggott, supervisor of the Carl H. Russell
Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE “How do we break down these barriers?” That was the question a Wake Forest University (WFU) law student raised during a
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE At a place in time, where it seems like every day black men lose their lives during routine traffic stops, Winston-Salem native Bobby Kimbrough is
MIAMI (AP) — The autistic man who was the intended target of a police bullet is suffering from emotional distress,
Police have a civic duty to protect and serve individuals, but like most people who hold a great deal of
A budget with an emphasis on city worker wages and police recruitment passed the Winston-Salem City Council with a 6-2 vote.
A few of the guns collected at the Firearms Safe Surrender are shown.
Above: Photo by Tevin Stinson- City Council Member Dan Besse, police Lt. Delray Anthony, community activist Yusef Suggs-el, Lt. Marcus
Police Chief Barry Rountree Special to The Chronicle Community partnerships are a critical component of enhancing relationships between residents and