More Videos

Davidson's largest employer has a surpising problem 2:09

Davidson's largest employer has a surpising problem

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the 'John Boy & Billy' radio show 3:01

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the "John Boy & Billy" radio show

Charlotte Hornets and Food Lion provide 1,000 meals for people in need 1:02

Charlotte Hornets and Food Lion provide 1,000 meals for people in need

Hough 39, Myers Park 17 1:29

Hough 39, Myers Park 17

Exceptional mac and cheese makes noises after it leaves the oven. Listen for yourself. 0:43

Exceptional mac and cheese makes noises after it leaves the oven. Listen for yourself.

Charlotte Hornets guard Nic Batum on elbow-injury scare 1:50

Charlotte Hornets guard Nic Batum on elbow-injury scare

What to expect from South Carolina vs. Clemson 3:57

What to expect from South Carolina vs. Clemson

Gay and gifted: A double challenge 1:38

Gay and gifted: A double challenge

A look back at Black Friday 2017 1:28

A look back at Black Friday 2017

What does it take to feed Luke Kuechly on Thanksgiving? 1:41

What does it take to feed Luke Kuechly on Thanksgiving?

  • Limping bear, chased by coyotes, gets help from Placer deputy

    A Placer County sheriff's deputy used his vehicle to provide a little interference for a bear that appeared to be limping as it tried to elude two coyotes pursuing it across Highway 89 at Squaw Valley. The video was posted Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016.

A Placer County sheriff's deputy used his vehicle to provide a little interference for a bear that appeared to be limping as it tried to elude two coyotes pursuing it across Highway 89 at Squaw Valley. The video was posted Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016. Placer County Sheriff's Office
A Placer County sheriff's deputy used his vehicle to provide a little interference for a bear that appeared to be limping as it tried to elude two coyotes pursuing it across Highway 89 at Squaw Valley. The video was posted Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016. Placer County Sheriff's Office

Chaotic front yard coyote attack leaves family’s dog - and a deer - dead on lawn

May 10, 2017 08:58 AM

UPDATED May 11, 2017 12:47 PM

More Videos

Davidson's largest employer has a surpising problem 2:09

Davidson's largest employer has a surpising problem

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the 'John Boy & Billy' radio show 3:01

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the "John Boy & Billy" radio show

Charlotte Hornets and Food Lion provide 1,000 meals for people in need 1:02

Charlotte Hornets and Food Lion provide 1,000 meals for people in need

Hough 39, Myers Park 17 1:29

Hough 39, Myers Park 17

Exceptional mac and cheese makes noises after it leaves the oven. Listen for yourself. 0:43

Exceptional mac and cheese makes noises after it leaves the oven. Listen for yourself.

Charlotte Hornets guard Nic Batum on elbow-injury scare 1:50

Charlotte Hornets guard Nic Batum on elbow-injury scare

What to expect from South Carolina vs. Clemson 3:57

What to expect from South Carolina vs. Clemson

Gay and gifted: A double challenge 1:38

Gay and gifted: A double challenge

A look back at Black Friday 2017 1:28

A look back at Black Friday 2017

What does it take to feed Luke Kuechly on Thanksgiving? 1:41

What does it take to feed Luke Kuechly on Thanksgiving?

  • Davidson's largest employer has a surpising problem

    The Irish manufacturer Ingersoll Rand employs roughly 2,000 people in Davidson, where it has its North American headquarters. But the company still has about 1,000 open jobs.