LEXINGTON — A motorcyclist was killed in a collision with a car Wednesday at the intersection of Mendota Avenue and Hickory Street.
THOMASVILLE — A 19-year-old High Point man has been arrested after deputies said they found a gun and drugs in his car on the campus of Davidson County Community College.
GREENSBORO — Nottingham Road will be a one-way street from Country Club Drive to Cleburne Street for the Greensboro Oyster Roast on Friday.
DISH Network and Hearst Television LLC reached an agreement Wednesday evening on retransmission consent, bringing an end to a stalemate that had kept WXII NBC-12 and other Hearst-owned television stations off DISH for almost two months.
Former commissioner Skip Alston will fill a seat on the Guilford County Board of Commissioners recently vacated by Ray Trapp.
All westbound lanes of Interstate 40, just west of the Sandy Ridge Road exit, will close for six hours early Friday while crews repair damaged concrete.
RALEIGH — Officials in Edgecombe County have declared a state of emergency in response to heavy rains that led to flooding which has closed local roads.
Dignitaries came out at lunchtime Wednesday in downtown Greensboro, for the long-awaited groundbreaking ceremony for the Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts.
A helicopter was called in to hover over the diamond at BB&T Ballpark on Wednesday to dry out the field following days of rain in the Triad.
A Davidson County man died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after barricading himself inside his home while authorities were investigating a possible marijuana-growing operation, authorities said Wednesday.
Lanes closures today on Business 40 and U.S. 52 are for scheduled maintenance and are not related to the recent rains, according to the state Department of Transportation.
In an emergency called meeting Tuesday afternoon, Troutman Town Council voted unanimously to appoint Mayor Teross Young to serve the remainder of former Mayor Ron “Duck” Wyatt’s term.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has set May 17 for hearing arguments over whether a superior court judge in Forsyth County correctly ordered the N.C. Department of Transportation to begin taking steps to acquire properties in the path of the Winston-Salem Northern Beltway that have been at the focus of a legal dispute.
Forsyth County prosecutors say a Winston-Salem man was part of an drug-trafficking organization known as the “Detroit Boys” that transported large amounts of heroin to sell in Winston-Salem.
U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights is investigating Winston-Salem State University’s athletics program after receiving a complaint about the school’s facilities for women.
At a special meeting just 18 hours ahead of the groundbreaking, the council voted 8-1 to spend up to $2.5 million on "Phase 1" of the Tanger Center. The work will include site excavation and utility preparation at the 5-acre property between North Elm Street and Summit Avenue.
The N.C. Senate passed a Republican-sponsored bill Tuesday that would make any communications and documents between schools in the UNC system and their athletic-conference affiliations public records.
CHAPEL HILL – North Carolina junior point guard Joel Berry II, the Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four, is withdrawing his name from the 2017 NBA Draft process and will return to UNC to play for the Tar Heels next season.
RALEIGH — People in North Carolina were paying attention to rising rivers on Tuesday after storms gave the state its worst drenching since a damaging hurricane late last year.
TODDLER STORY TIME: 10:30 a.m. today, Lewisville Branch Library, 6490 Shallowford Road. Toddlers 18 months to 3 years and their caregivers are invited to join. There will be book reading, finger plays, songs and arts and crafts. Free. Call (336) 703-2940 or visit www.forsyth.cc/library/Lewisville/default.aspx.
SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge on Tuesday blocked any attempt by the Trump administration to withhold funding from "sanctuary cities" that do not cooperate with U.S. immigration officials, saying the president has no authority to attach new conditions to federal spending.
The district attorneys' offices in Person, Caswell and Rockingham counties remain under investigation for the alleged theft of state funds.
A Thomasville student was arrested after he was accused of bringing loaded gun to school Tuesday morning, according to the Thomasville Police Department.
An unknown number of customers of a Statesville gas station may have had their credit card data stolen by a device secretly installed on a gas pump, the Statesville Police Department said.
A Statesville man showed up at Iredell Memorial Hospital Thursday with a gunshot wound, but he won’t cooperate with investigators working the case, according to the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office.
In an effort to stay competitive with other parks in the area and ease the cost burden on park goers, the Troutman Town Council voted to lower the rental fees for the ESC Park pavilion during its special called meeting Monday afternoon.
The Iredell-Statesville Schools bus driver who left a student stranded in an unfamiliar neighborhood about four miles from the school last month has resigned, according to Susie Wiberg, spokeswoman for the school district.