Crimes By Category

The following is a list of the names of the crimes reported by the Winston-Salem Police Department. The list is broken down into categories. Clicking on a category will perform a search of all crimes reported in the last week. Clicking on a specific crime will search within the last month.

Searches done by clicking on these links will return results within a radius of 10 miles from the approximate city center of Winston-Salem.

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Local News

US judge to hear arguments on longer block to travel ban

Even if U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson doesn't put the ban on hold until the state's lawsuit is resolved, his temporary block would remain until he rules otherwise.

Environmental groups vowing to fight Trump climate actions

They've hired scores of new lawyers and have been raising money for months.

Kansas State University event introduces teenage girls to science and tech careers

Exposure to these careers today could interest them in becoming the engineers of tomorrow

Supreme Court rules for Texas death row inmate

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in her majority opinion that Texas' top criminal appeals court ignored current medical standards and required use of outdated standards.

Remains from WWII's bloodiest battle may finally be identified 74 years later

More than 990 U.S. Marines and 30 U.S. sailors were killed in the three-day battle.

Storm chasers killed in pursuit of Texas tornado

Three storm chasers were killed chasing a tornado in Texas on Tuesday, authorities said.

NC leaders: We were prepared to agree to HB2 proposal by Governor, but Cooper denies its creation

In a joint press conference Tuesday, Sen. Berger (R-Rockingham) and Rep. Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) said Governor Cooper made the proposal on Thursday of last week to repeal House Bill 2.

Man exonerated after 20 years behind bars for murder attempt conviction

A man whose attempted-murder conviction was tossed by a California judge walked free Tuesday after 20 years in prison.

10 charged in alleged New York mafia crime wave

Ten alleged members of the Bonanno mafia family have been charged with racketeering and related crimes, according to a 37-count indictment unsealed Tuesday.

Teenager shot and killed at Pittsburgh-area middle school

According to authorities, they were called to investigate reports of shots fired at Linton Middle School in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania.

Clinton jabs Trump in first major post-election speech

"It's the kinds of things you think about when you take long walks in the woods," she said. "Resist, insist, persist, enlist."

Felony charges for 2 who secretly filmed Planned Parenthood

California prosecutors say two anti-abortion activists who made undercover videos of themselves trying to buy fetal tissue from Planned Parenthood have been charged with 15 felonies.

White House staff also will skip correspondents dinner

White House staff will be skipping this year's White House Correspondents' Association Dinner along with President Donald Trump.

Couple misses wedding after giving birth, gets married at hospital

An Oklahoma bride and groom were on their way to their own wedding, but they didn't make it in time.

Worried about companies spying on your browsing? Here's what you can do

There are steps you can take to protect yourself -- but you'll have to do more than set your browser to private mode. And there is no perfect solution, experts agree.

House votes to block Obama-era online privacy rule

Undoing the FCC regulation leaves people's online information in a murky area.

This woman is growing a second skeleton - and it's locking her inside her own body

By January 1999, she was given a diagnosis of fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP), a rare genetic disease that causes muscle tissue and connective tissue to turn into bone - gradually forming a second skeleton and making it nearly impossible to move.

Man gets 15 months in $500K wine theft from restaurant

The stolen wine included a bottle that can cost up to $10,000.