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More Highlights for Nina Szlosberg

  • Hurricane Diana coverage Action News 5 1984

    Hurricane Diana hit the coast of North Carolina with category 4 winds on September 13, 1984. WRAL news, at that time called “Action News 5,” sent news crews to various NC coastal locations to cover evacuations and damage. This video is a compilation of news stories that aired over several days. You will see WRAL news reporters Fred Taylor, Bill Draper, Tim Kent, Shelly Kofler, Bryan Glazer,and Nina Szlosberg.

  • Every Fourth Child documentary

    WRAL-TV Reporter Nina Szlosberg and photographer Art Howard’s stirring documentary focusing on an impoverished family in Eastern NC that has minimal resources but is trying to break the cycle of poverty. The documentary is followed by a round table discussion with state and community leaders led by news anchor Charlie Gaddy.

  • Every 4th Child, Two Years Later

    In February, 1989 WRAL-TV News Reporter Nina Szlosberg revisits the family she documented two years earlier in December, 1986. She reveals if progress has been made in regards to their finances, health, and living conditions.

  • WRAL News coverage of C 130 military cargo plane crash at Pope AFB

    WRAL dedicated the “A” block (first segment in a newscast) to covering the crash of a C-130 military plane during a demonstration at Pope AFB near Fort Bragg. July 1, 1987.

  • WRAL-TV Action News team in 1986

    Action News team including Bill Leslie, Adele Arakawa, Charllie Gaddy, Bob DeBardelaben, Fred Taylor and many others.