Poverty is declining in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, according to the latest numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau.
11:51am Sep 19, 2016Economy Economy
9:26pm Sep 15, 2016Arts Arts News
A new comic book is hitting shelves featuring a main character who is transgender.
11:24am Sep 13, 2016Science Science
A group of scientists say they’re one step closer to finding another option to addictive opioid pain medications.
2:45pm Sep 09, 2016Human Interest Human Interest
Across the Triad this weekend, there will be many remembrances of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
10:57am Sep 09, 2016Crime Crime
Winston-Salem police have determined a report of suspicious clown activity last weekend was false, and they’ve made one arrest in connection with the case.
11:33am Aug 29, 2016Arts Arts
Winston-Salem's long-running celebration of film has new leadership. Rob Davis officially takes the helm of the RiverRun International Film Festival Monday.
1:01pm Aug 22, 2016Sports Sports
Olympian Kathleen Baker took home a key to the city of Winston-Salem this weekend, capping off a month of achievement for the swimmer who earned two medals in Rio.
10:18am Aug 15, 2016Economy Economy
For this edition of Carolina Curious, listener Dean Franco asks:
“Why are there so few bus shelters in Winston-Salem?”
1:00pm Jul 29, 2016Science Science
How can you tell the age of a turtle? This is an important question, especially when it concerns the critically endangered Hawaiian hawksbill turtle. The answer is the bomb!
11:10pm Jul 25, 2016Politics & Government Politics & Government
Just days after receiving the Republican presidential nomination at the GOP National Convention, Donald Trump addressed thousands in Winston-Salem Monday night.
12:16pm Jul 11, 2016Crime Crime News
The homicide rate in Winston-Salem jumped in the first half of 2016. In that period, the city has experienced 14 homicides; in the same six-month window last year, there were just seven.
3:00pm Jul 08, 2016Science Science
What is keeping a genetically altered super-villain bug from escaping Duke University’s synthetic biology labs, and destroying humanity Holloywood-style?
A Duke University scientist has engineered genetically altered “swarmbots” that can only survive in a swarm of their own kind. And that's just the start of it all.