Police hold suspects on the road in Greensboro, N.C. after gunfire erupted at a "Death to the Klan" march in this Nov. 3, 1979, file photo. 
(AP Photo/Greensboro Daily News, File)

Winston Cavin: 1979 Nazi-Klan Shootings

The Durham native and former News & Observer night editor, a UNC grad who decided early to be a reporter, talks about the “the high-wire act of journalism” on the night cops beat, and his love for the unpredictability of what lay ahead each day in the newsroom, a colorful place in the 1970s. But Cavin, who by 1979 progressed to city hall reporter at the Greensboro Daily News, where he worked from 1976-82, had the most unpredictable and important assignment of his career on Nov. 3, 1979.

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Susan King: Media Leadership

Susan King’s first reporting jobs were on the streets of Buffalo, New York, where she covered fires, politics, murders and crime. With more reporting experience came more-prestigious jobs. Her lengthy journalism career included positions at ABC, NBC, and CBS, where she worked as a correspondent for Walter Cronkite. view full …