Students at Eastfield Global Magnet School were treated to an in-school field trip where they learned STEM curriculum with Legos.
The National Weather Service in Greenville-Spartanburg has issued a tornado Warning for southeastern McDowell County and southwestern Burke County until 5 p.m.
The Second Annual Carolina Donut Festival was a huge success as thousands poured into the streets of Marion Saturday to celebrate “the sweetest event in western North Carolina.”
A Statesville man avoided being robbed in his home by two armed suspects by leading them outside and then running away, according to the Statesville Police Department.
Editor's note: This series of articles is brought to you monthly by the Catawba Valley Chapter of the North Carolina Society of the Sons of the American Revolution to bring awareness of the service and sacrifices of our local patriot ancestors and of area events that occurred during their fight for freedom from April 19, 1775 through Sept. 3, 1783.
The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office is looking for teenagers who want to learn about crime, safety and responsibility to sign up for its Teen Academy program, which begins in July.
The 5,330 prescription pills Iredell deputies seized last October — which they called the agency’s largest ever seizure of Oxycontin pills — were actually fentanyl, according to laboratory results.
Today is the day for college players who have entered the NBA draft early to decide whether they will remain in the draft or return to college.
Rocklahoma: Ratt happy to invade your privacy at music festivalBassist Juan Croucier talks Van Halen, Milton Berle ahead of Rocklahoma visit
On game days, he boarded a bus at the team hotel and received a police escort to the stadium, where he slipped into his red No. 55, walked down a red-carpeted tunnel and jousted 300-pounders in front of 90,000 fans, almost all of whom knew his name and his pedigree.
A wrongful-death lawsuit against a local bar where a Winston-Salem man was beaten and fatally shot in 2014 has been settled, according to court documents.
The full 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that previous Engle progeny rulings are allowed as evidence in current and future trials in smokers’ lawsuits against tobacco companies.
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE: Sponsored by the Brown Mountain Boys Camp 1340 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday in the meeting room of the Stokes County Board of Education in the Old Courthouse in Danbury. Jerry Rutledge will present the program which will review the circumstances throughout the South brought on by the Civil War which brought on Memorial Day observances. After the program, re-enactors will place a wreath at the memorial, fire a rifle salute and play Taps.
Flooding was reported Tuesday near the Silas Creek Parkway interchange on Business 40 in Winston-Salem. Winston-Salem police closed the entrance and exit ramps at the interchange for about two hours because of the flooding.