Editor’s Note: Morganton News Herald contributed to this story
N.C. Sen. Dan Bishop took to Twitter Wednesday night to criticize what he calls “jihad media” reporting on the state budget bill.
The state Senate approved Thursday a bipartisan House bill that is designed to help provide better communication and interaction between deaf and hard-of-hearing motorists and law enforcement officials.
STONEVILLE — New details emerged Thursday regarding a suspected drunk-driving crash that sent three children to the hospital.
HIGH POINT — Police investigators have identified and obtained a warrant for arrest of a High Point man in a Wednesday night shooting that injured a 32-year-old man.
An American Airlines flight returned safely to Charlotte Douglas airport about 11:45 p.m. Wednesday after developing a mechanical problem en route to London and circling the area south of Winston-Salem for about four hours as it burned off fuel for the return landing.
A new study by Americans for the Arts, a national nonprofit organization, shows that spending on arts and culture in Forsyth County is up $20 million since 2010 when the last similar study was done. The results of the study were announced Wednesday at a meeting of local arts leaders.
State Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Troxler disputes the state auditor's report that says North Carolina's inspectors are too soft on dairy contamination.
The inmate who escaped last week from the Davidson County Jail may have stolen a pickup after he ran from the building, Sheriff David Grice said Wednesday.
A funeral procession was held Wednesday in Wilkes County for a North Carolina soldier who was killed earlier this month in eastern Afghanistan.
Two of the owners of Pintxos Pour House, 5312 Robinhood Village Drive, will be opening a second restaurant in the center. Harry Kahuna’s Tiki Grill, 5235 Robinhood Village Drive, will have an island theme.
Supporters of a Winston-Salem woman want federal immigration officials to stop her deportation to Mexico, saying she doesn’t deserve to be removed from the United States.
Federal immigration officers arrested a man from Niger living in Greensboro as part of an ongoing federal investigation last week and placed him in Forsyth County Jail.
A North Carolina House committee on Tuesday approved a recommendation to label any communications and documents between schools in the UNC system and their athletic-conference affiliations as public records.
Hanesbrands will hold its second warehouse clearance sale in Greensboro from Thursday through Sunday at 2710 North Church St.
An 80-year-old woman injured when a car driving the wrong way on U.S. 52 slammed head-on into the vehicle she was riding in has died, Winston-Salem police said.
HICKORY-Hickory resident Brock Long was confirmed as the new leader of the Federal Emergency Management Agency by a 95-4 vote of the U.S. Senate late Tuesday morning.
BH Media will soon consolidate its North Carolina newspaper printing operations at the Winston-Salem Journal’s print facility on Fifth Street, where workers are installing an additional press in a 12,000-square-foot expansion of the plant that began in February.
The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and executive director Maurice “Mo” Green are about halfway through an ambitious examination of a transitioning North Carolina and the nonprofit’s role in it.
“Multiple people down!” Bubba Hinson exclaimed as he live-streamed a video of what started as a mob stalling traffic, but turned into a mass shooting on Ocean Boulevard early Sunday morning.
Authorities are looking for an inmate accused of assaulting a female officer, causing serious injuries, and escaping from the Davidson County Detention Center.
Dr. Kirk Alan Turner, the Clemmons dentist acquitted eight years ago in the brutal stabbing death of his wife, will try to prove next year that agents with the State Bureau of Investigation tried to frame him for murder.
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads, granddads and father figures out there! It’s a day to celebrate Pop, but a few local guys got an early start on the festivities.
The Winston-Salem City Council will hold a public hearing on the 2017-18 budget on Monday, with passage of the budget likely to follow during the same meeting.
“Ghost: The Musical,” which opened Friday at Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance, is a sweet murder mystery full of forgettable pop songs, fine singing and inventive stagecraft.
One hundred and fifty-two years ago, the country celebrated the abolition of slavery and the start of a new chapter in African-American history marked by freedom.