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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 February 20, 2018

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Remembering the life of North Carolina-born evangelist Billy Graham

Rev. Billy Graham, the massively influential evangelical minister, has died at 99.

Rev. Billy Graham's nephew visits preacher's library in Charlotte

Rev. Billy Graham's nephew visited the late preacher's library in Charlotte on Wednesday.

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Rev. Billy Graham's sister reacts to her brother's death

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Broward County Sheriff: Deputies will carry rifles on school grounds

Israel said that deputies will now carry rifles on school grounds in Broward County.

Greensboro congregation reflects on Billy Graham’s words during 1951 crusade

Graham held hundreds of crusades during his life, including one in Greensboro in 1951.

Former Muslim was inspired by Rev. Billy Graham's, credits his teachings for his conversion

A former Muslim man said he credits the Rev. Billy Graham's many years of ministry for his conversion to Christianity.

'Do something!' Trump hears emotional students, parents regarding gun control

He was faced with grieving families looking for answers. Few had concrete suggestions, but a few spoke in favor of raising age limits for buying assault weapons.

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Police use findings of recent neighborhood survey to arrest 4 women on prostitution-related charges

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Guion 'Guy' Bluford was the first ever African American in space

His dedication, proven by a log of over 688 hours in space during his career earned him an induction into the International Space Hall of Fame.

'Help us': Survivors of the Florida school shooting flock to state capitol to address gun control

Survivors of the Florida school shooting descended on the state’s Capitol on Wednesday with one overarching message: It’s time for action.