Jamiese Price - Reporter at ABC11 WTVD
Jamiese Price is a seasoned reporter who comes to ABC11 from the Black News Channel where she covered the Deep South based in New Orleans. Prior to that, Jamiese worked at stations in Alabama, New York, and North Carolina.

As a correspondent with the BNC, Jamiese's stories impacted communities of color and marginalized demographics. She regularly reported on health disparities, police reform, and equitable education. Jamiese's work has exposed voter fraud and illegal citations issued by local police. Her series about the inequitable access to the Covid vaccine pushed government officials to change their procedures.

Jamiese is an Alabama native and considers herself a lifelong learner. She's a proud graduate of Tuskegee University and earned her Master of Science Degree from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications where she majored in Broadcast Journalism.

When she isn't working, Jamiese loves to mentor young women, play with her two dogs and keep up with the latest fashion trends.

Jamiese's Stories
1 dead, several injured after shooting in Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill Police are investigating after one person was killed and several others injured in a shooting Tuesday evening at the University Gardens Condominiums.
Hurricane Ian could affect already stressed supply chain
Hurricane Ian is expected to make landfall in Florida as a major storm, which could affect what ends up on store shelves.
17-year-old remains at-large more than 24 hours after being charged with killing 2 high schoolers
More than 24 hours after investigators said they know who killed two high school students, that suspect remains at large.
17-year-old sought on charges of first-degree murder in deaths of 2 high school students
A 17-year-old is wanted in the murder of slain high school students Lyric Woods and Devin Clark, the Orange County Sheriff's Office said.
High school students found dead in Orange Co. remembered by classmates at soccer game
The lives of Devin Clark, 18, and Lyric Woods, 14, were remembered Monday night with a moment of silence at a soccer game between their two high schools.
Local law enforcement agencies still struggling with staffing
Police departments across the country and here in North Carolina continue to struggle with staffing shortages.
Cary homeowner believes attempted break-in connected to teen social media trend
Cary police are investigating after an attempted robbery at home in the 200 block of Bebington Drive.
Enfield police chief's resignation cites hostile work environment
Enfield Police Chief James Ayers wrote in his resignation letter that he could no longer work in an oppressive and hostile work environment created by town leaders.
'It's gonna be backed up': Potential rail strike could impact trucking industry
A potential railroad worker strike could impact the U.S. trucking industry.
Domestic violence advocates share tools to help potential victims
Necolle Winstead is a domestic violence survivor and advocate. She now works with a nonprofit to assist other women caught up in similar circumstances.