More Videos

Where do victims of domestic violence go? 1:13

Where do victims of domestic violence go?

Witness describes scene as Myrtle Beach police respond to reported armed robbery 2:07

Witness describes scene as Myrtle Beach police respond to reported armed robbery

Myrtle Beach Restaurants 0:25

Myrtle Beach Restaurants

Large fish swim around a boat in the Florida Keys 0:11

Large fish swim around a boat in the Florida Keys

Wildfire burns 1,000 acres in North Carolina state park 1:14

Wildfire burns 1,000 acres in North Carolina state park

Fayetteville police rescue woman and child from car trapped in flood waters live on Facebook 5:49

Fayetteville police rescue woman and child from car trapped in flood waters live on Facebook

Waves whip pier, shore at Sunset Beach, N.C. 0:33

Waves whip pier, shore at Sunset Beach, N.C.

Whose job is it to save the beach? 4:22

Whose job is it to save the beach?

Artists make Charlotte's broken windows look beautiful 1:43

Artists make Charlotte's broken windows look beautiful

Charlotte protesters flee as police use tear gas at protests 0:15

Charlotte protesters flee as police use tear gas at protests

  • Eighty-year-old Wilson Woman Graduates

    Camilla Jean Woodard, age 80, of Wilson, N.C. received her high school diploma from Wilson Community College in May 2016. Woodard dropped out of high school after the completion of her 11th year to join her husband working on the family farm. After raising three children and retiring, Woodard started attending community college to complete her high school requirements.

Eighty-year-old Wilson Woman Graduates

Camilla Jean Woodard, age 80, of Wilson, N.C. received her high school diploma from Wilson Community College in May 2016. Woodard dropped out of high school after the completion of her 11th year to join her husband working on the family farm. After raising three children and retiring, Woodard started attending community college to complete her high school requirements.
Robert Willett The News & Observer