It’s that magical time of year again, when consumers leave the dinner table and head to the stores. Beyond the discounted TV’s and gadgets on Black Friday, there’s a celebration going on at your local record store.
7:00am Nov 22, 2016Arts Arts Economy Human Interest Music News
11:56am Nov 18, 2016Arts Arts Military News
An art exhibit opening this week is providing a window to the atrocities of modern warfare from one hundred feet above.
9:54pm Nov 13, 2016News News
Winston-Salem now has a new landmark to greet visitors. Over the weekend, twin arches were installed over U.S. 52.
4:08pm Nov 10, 2016News News Politics & Government
The hotly contested race for North Carolina’s governor has ended, but the final result is still unknown.
4:17pm Nov 09, 2016Environment Environment News
Firefighters are continuing to battle blazes in Western North Carolina.
Some residents in the region have been evacuated, and the impact may reach far beyond the mountains.
5:12pm Nov 08, 2016News News Politics & Government
Across North Carolina there have been very few problems at the polls. The one exception to that rule is Durham County.
4:54pm Nov 07, 2016News News
Lawyers for a Winston-Salem man convicted of a brutal assault nearly 20 years ago have filed a new motion in the case.
11:04am Nov 07, 2016Human Interest Human Interest News Politics & Government
It’s 15 minutes til showtime, and the basement level theatre of Geeksboro Coffeehouse Cinema is teeming with pre-bout excitement.
6:00am Oct 31, 2016Arts Arts News
Students at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts are celebrating Halloween this year by giving back.
4:12pm Oct 21, 2016Crime Crime News
Statistics released Friday by the The Winston-Salem Police Department show a significant decrease in crimes of a less serious nature.
3:36pm Oct 21, 2016Health & Safety Health & Safety News
The number of infant deaths in Forsyth County increased slightly in 2015.
But county officials say they’re showing improvement in reducing infant mortality rates for minorities.
11:41am Oct 19, 2016News News
A Wake County jury has found a Raleigh newspaper guilty of libeling a State Bureau of Investigation agent, and awarded an initial $1.5 million to the agent.