Jenna Nielsen was delivering newspapers in Raleigh on the morning of June 14, 2007, when, police say, someone stabbed her in the neck and left her body behind the store.
Eight months' pregnant, Jenna Nielsen, 22, was delivering USA Today newspapers to the AmeriKing Food Mart on Lake Wheeler Road on June 14, 2007, when someone stabbed her in the neck and left her body behind the store.
Raleigh police say slaying of Jenna Nielsen is "very solvable," but there have been no arrests in the three-year-old case.
Raleigh police say slaying of Jenna Nielsen is "very solvable," but there have been no arrests in the 2-year-old case.
Jenna Nielsen, a pregnant newspaper carrier and mother of two, was stabbed to death outside a Raleigh convenience store two years ago this week.
Raleigh police say they are confident they will clear the as-yet unsolved stabbing death of 22-year-old Jenna Nielsen, a pregnant mother of two.
A movement to enact a fetal homicide law in North Carolina is gaining face with one murder victim's family starting a high-tech push for change.
New search warrants released Tuesday in the death of a pregnant newspaper carrier show investigators searched her e-mail accounts to see if she might have known her killer.
The reward for information leading to an arrest in the Jenna Nielsen slaying has increased to $15,000, her family said Friday.
A 14-foot-by-48-foot billboard asking the question "Who Killed Jennifer Nielsen?" was unveiled Tuesday morning in an effort to keep the Fuquay-Varina mother's unsolved slaying in the public eye.
Investigators seized 39 pieces of evidence from the scene where a pregnant newspaper carrier was killed in June, according to recently released search warrants.
America's Most Wanted will feature another segment on the unsolved murder of a pregnant Fuquay-Varina mother found dead behind a Raleigh convenience store more than two months ago.
A “Justice 4 Jenna” concert is scheduled for Saturday night to benefit the family of Jenna Nielsen.
The wound in the pregnant Fuquay-Varina woman's neck hit an artery and a vein, medical examiners said, but there was no indication she had been raped.
During a candlelight vigil for an unborn baby that died last month when his mother was murdered, scores of people called Monday for a state law to make killing a pregnant woman a double murder.
The family of a slain pregnant woman will hold a vigil Monday night for her unborn child.
The case of a pregnant woman found slain behind a Raleigh convenience store will be featured on an upcoming episode of the Fox television show "America's Most Wanted."
Jenna Nielsen's family plans to distribute about 6,000 more fliers this weekend for information about her homicide.
About 30 volunteers handed out fliers Saturday in downtown Raleigh and near the convenience store where Jenna Nielsen was found dead. They’re hoping the personal push will lead to a break in the case.
Attention surrounding the murder of a Fuquay-Varina woman who was eight-months pregnant could help push through two bills currently stalled in legislative committees, a Wake County lawmaker said Friday.
Jenna Nielsen's family announced Friday a $10,000 reward for information in her murder and vowed to do everything in their power to change North Carolina's fetal homicide law.
A pregnant newspaper carrier found dead behind a convenience store earlier this month was stabbed, Raleigh police confirmed Wednesday.
USA Today published a full-page ad Monday about Jenna Nielsen, its carrier who was found murdered in Raleigh.
USA Today plans to run a full-page ad Monday requesting information in the death of Jenna Nielsen. The 22-year-old was killed more than a week ago in Raleigh.
As Raleigh's population increases, the number of random homicides is also increasing, a retired police investigator says.
A man walking less than a half-mile away from where a pregnant newspaper carrier was found slain last week panicked when he found a bloody knife and threw it over a fence, WRAL has learned.
A sketch of a person wanted for questioning in the slaying of a pregnant mother last week has produced more than two dozen tips since Friday, police said Monday.
Police said Friday they are trying to question a person of interest in the murder of a pregnant mother. They also are following leads from a mysterious phone call.
Raleigh police are looking for any information after finding a slain pregnant woman. Family members say Jennifer Nielsen was a loving mother, wife and daughter.
Investigators say a pregnant mother was found murdered Thursday morning behind a Raleigh gas station/convenience store.