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Welcome to Winston Salem Crime, a free service for the people of Winston-Salem. This site, designed and developed by Hypothesis, allows you to search for and map reports of crimes.

Our functionality allows you to search for reported crime occurring within a specified distance from a location. You can narrow the results by crime category, specific crime, and date range.

Reporting crimes from August 28, 2006 to May 21, 2017


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Community clean-up event planned Saturday for Courtney Elementary School

School officials at Courtney Elementary School are inviting the public to assist in the clean-up of its campus. The campus was impacted by Wednesday's EF-2 tornado.

Death toll in Egypt attack on Christians rises to 29

Egyptian authorities say the death toll in the ambush attack on a bus transporting Christians to a monastery south of Cairo has risen to 29

Democrats see hope for 2018 in thin GOP victory in Montana

Republicans and Democrats alike are finding something to be happy about in the special election for Montana's only seat in the House

Afghan official says 18 killed in suicide car bomb attack

An Interior Ministry official says at least 18 people were killed when a suicide car bomber targeted a convoy of provincial security forces in eastern Afghanistan

Melania Trump's pricey jacket draws attention in Sicily

Melania Trump's colorful and pricey jacket draws attention during G-7 spouses' luncheon in Sicily

Meet the 98-year-old grandma who has written 7,000 letters to troops overseas

Alleen Cooper has been writing letters to America's troops since World War II

Mortuary chief: John Glenn's remains weren't disrespected

A military mortuary chief says the remains of astronaut John Glenn were not "disrespected in any way, shape or form" as Air Force officials investigate allegations that inspectors were invited to view the remains at Dover Air Force Base

Police: Man yelling anti-Muslim, 'anti-everything' slurs, kills 2 on commuter train

Witnesses said two girls, one wearing a hijab, might have been targets of the man's slurs

Sri Lanka confirms 100 dead in mudslides; 99 missing

Sri Lanka’s government says the death toll from Friday’s floods and mudslides has risen to 100 with 99 others missing

Ben Stiller and wife Christine Taylor announce separation

Stiller and actress Christine Taylor released a joint statement Friday announcing their breakup.

Cops looking for pot find opium poppies instead

2,000 pounds of poppies were found on a half-acre of land near Claremont, North Carolina

Hazmat, firefighters respond to chemical spill from tractor-trailer in Davidson Co.

Hazmat crews and firefighters from several local fire departments responded to a chemical spill on the I-85 NB ramp to US-64 in Davidson County, near Lexington Friday night.

After trip’s final day, Trump to return to tumult at home

After the pomp of presidential travel overseas, President Trump will return to Washington to find the same problems that have dogged him

Rocker Chris Cornell remembered as 'voice of our generation'

Cornell was found unresponsive in a Detroit hotel room on May 18 after playing a concert with Soundgarden.

Injured in car accident, 2 students participate in graduation from their hospital beds

2 college students who suffered injuries in a head-on car crash were still able to participate in their graduation when the president of the university personally delivered their diplomas to them in the hospital.

Carolina Panthers: The Brothers Kalil

WXII 12's Chris Lea talks with long-time Carolina Panthers center Ryan Kalil and the newest Panther, little brother Matt Kalil.

WATCH: Risk of severe weather in Saturday's forecast

There's a slight risk for severe storms in the Triad and Foothills Saturday and a stronger chance in the Mountains by the afternoon. Any storms that develop have the potential for damaging winds and hail.

More than 7,000 marijuana plants seized in California

Calaveras County Sheriff’s Deputies seized more than 7,000 marijuana plants and 300 pounds of processed marijuana Wednesday.