State law requires Duke Energy to provide public water line connections or water filtration systems to about a thousand households near its North Carolina coal ash dumps by late 2018.
4:26pm Jan 20, 2017News News
4:15pm Jan 18, 2017Crime Crime News Politics & Government
Seven people were arrested on trespassing charges Wednesday in Greensboro.
5:40pm Jan 13, 2017Arts Arts News
Winston-Salem’s Aperture Cinema is changing its business plan. The art house movie theatre has become a community-supported nonprofit.
3:57pm Jan 11, 2017News News
The Greensboro News & Record is moving some of its operations to Winston-Salem.
10:56am Jan 09, 2017News News
Coming January 2nd, there will be new programming on 88.5 WFDD.
4:04pm Jan 06, 2017Environment Environment News Science
With snowfall on the minds of residents across the state, one may be reminded of that old adage - “No two snowflakes are alike.”
Well, turns out, that’s not exactly true.
6:00am Dec 21, 2016Economy Economy Human Interest News
Since our series Carolina Curious began, we've received a wide range of questions.
10:57am Dec 15, 2016Arts Arts Education Human Interest News
The UNC School of the Arts is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its ballet "The Nutcracker."
3:07pm Dec 09, 2016Environment Environment News Politics & Government
Environmentalists say they're trying to force Gov.
4:09pm Dec 06, 2016Daily News Daily News Economy News
More than 600 textile jobs are coming to North Carolina, a state heavily-reliant on the industry. Gov. Pat McCrory made the announcement Tuesday.
5:00am Dec 06, 2016Economy Economy Human Interest Minorities News
A new grocery store has opened in Northeast Greensboro that’s eroding an 18 year food desert. A food desert is an an urban area where affordable or quality fresh food is difficult to find.
5:23pm Nov 29, 2016News News Politics & GovernmentThe State Board of Elections is having trouble finding a lawyer to represent itself in a case brought against them by a conservative group.