The search for a missing King man continued Sunday with King police describing him as likely being “abducted, assaulted and possibly killed.”
The total of flu-related deaths has reached 16 in North Carolina for the 2018-19 season, including three victims last week, state health officials reported Thursday.
A Winston-Salem man pleaded guilty to charges that he starved his dog to death.
HILDEBRAN — A woman and four children were injured after a crash that shutdown Interstate 40 westbound for at least an hour Wednesday morning.
The Dagenhart family of Conover is $100,000 richer today. They were the season 29 winners on the “America’s Funniest Home Videos" television show.
North Carolina proved to be a less attractive destination for migration during 2018 even as the nation’s ninth-largest state continued to grow, according to annual reports from two national moving companies.
Police said the shooting happened on Sunday at 1029 High Point Street when the boy unbuckled his booster seat and grabbed a .45 semi-automatic handgun out of the seat pocket and fired the gun.
A Conover family could win the $100,000 grand prize on the "America's Funniest Home Videos" television show.
All Winston-Salem native Candice Marie Benbow wanted to do was get some sleep in her New Jersey apartment the morning of Dec. 15, but she couldn't because the next-door neighbor she had never met was playing loud music at 3 a.m.
A Forest City man was arrested and charged after Rutherford County officials located at least 163 grams of meth and $3,900 in possible counterfeit bills during a warrant search, according to reports.
The Taylorsville woman who caused a bus carrying 19 children to flip on its side has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of child abuse and is being held at Alexander County Detention Center under a $10,000 secured bond, according to the Alexander County Sheriff’s Office.
A school bus overturned near West Alexander Middle School in Alexander County Monday morning, sending 13 children and the driver to area hospitals.
At around 7:44 a.m. on Monday, a school bus traveling near Bulldog Lane at Icard Ridge Road in Alexander County flipped on its side.
A slight increase in legislative funding toward tobacco-prevention initiatives was the catalyst for a one-place improvement in North Carolina’s ranking in an annual national report.
WINTER STORM WATCH IN EFFECT FROM SATURDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH MONDAY MORNING for the mountains and foothills of western North Carolina, along and west of the Blue Ridge Escarpment. The highest snow and sleet accumulations are expected to be at high elevations along the Escarpment.
An Asheville man charged in July with the death and sexual abuse of his Pisgah Inn co-worker has been indicted by a federal grand jury, according to reports.
STATESVILLE – A McDowell fire agency was one of several local, agricultural-related organizations awarded grants this year by the Corporate Mission Fund.
RALEIGH – As the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend concluded on Sunday, state troopers were out in full force monitoring the roadways in an attempt to ensure safe travel, with Troop G (including McDowell County) reporting only two collisions and zero fatalities on Interstate 40.
Investigators have identified a vehicle of interest that is believed to be associated with the disappearance of 13-year-old Rutherford County teen Aubrey Joelle Acree. Leads linked to a white, Subaru, 4 door station wagon are actively being pursued. The model year of this vehicle is believed…
VetsWork, a program of the Mt. Adams Institute and Pisgah National Forest, are excited to bring back the national career training program for military veterans.
A Spanish teacher at Woodlawn School in Mooresville who went missing while on a trip to Mexico two weeks ago was killed there, according to information his family posted Thursday on Facebook.
McDowell and Western N.C. residents are advised to stay safe on the roads and hunker down as both winter storm and flood watches are in effect across the region.
Once a commanding officer in NJROTC at McDowell High School (MHS), 20-year-old Kara Newsome said her time in the program definitely equipped her with the skills she needed for the Navy.
With over 27 years in the U.S. Air Force, Marion native Kenneth Thompson provided exemplary work for almost three decades across all corners of the world as part of the storage, inventory, logistics and administrative division.
In the late 1980s, the National Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Study (NVVRS) reported that an estimated 15 of every 100 Vietnam veterans had experienced post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Among those statistics, a local veteran found the key to tranquility through plastic models of Worl…
A South Carolina veteran turned photographer reflects on his decade in the military, the injury that altered the course of his career and the new life he’s built in the multimedia and photography world.
Fifty years ago, Harold Wilson of Marion and his fellow Marines were doing their best to fight and survive in Vietnam. Today, their fellow Americans are finally recognizing their service in one of America’s most bitter and controversial wars.
A St. Louis high school student watching 9/11 unfold on live television found himself on a lifelong commitment to public service through military aid and an eventual law career.
Every day and every night, Ken Doyle lives with the scars of what he experienced from his time in Afghanistan. During his service there, Doyle not only lost his right arm but his team leader who was by his side day after day lost his life as well.
A Winston-Salem man was indicted Monday on charges that he exposed his baby to illegal drugs, resulting in the girl going into cardiac arrest after she ingested cocaine and fentanyl.