The City of Greensboro has been ordered to release police footage showing 50 incidents of a restraint method like the one used on Marcus Smith prior to his death in 2018.
4:39pm Apr 29, 2021Courts Courts
5:48pm Apr 22, 2021Courts Courts
A Kernersville man awaiting trial on charges connected to the violent Jan. 6 Insurrection will remain in jail, a federal judge has ruled.
1:12pm Apr 18, 2021Courts Courts
A Northwest North Carolina district court judge has been suspended following a decision by the state Supreme Court.
8:07am Mar 15, 2021Courts Courts
North Carolina's highest court ruled Friday that a woman must get a new trial in her husband's 2015 beating death and granted the same to her father, agreeing evidence had been wrongly excluded tha
7:01pm Feb 16, 2021Courts Courts
A group of Winston-Salem firefighters has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city.
11:39am Feb 08, 2021Courts Courts
A lawsuit filed over the shooting death of a Winston-Salem State University student on Wake Forest University's campus has been scheduled for trial.
10:32am Jan 05, 2021Courts Courts
The first Black woman to serve as chief justice of North Carolina's Supreme Court has become a partner in the law firm McGuireWoods.
10:58am Dec 21, 2020Courts Courts
Judges in North Carolina have announced new procedures for reporters to access hearings less than two weeks after a newspaper publisher was handcuffed and ordered out of a courtroom.
3:57pm Dec 18, 2020Courts Courts Housing
With North Carolina courts closed for in-person appearances through mid-January due to a surge in COVID-19 cases, eviction hearings are temporarily put on pause.
5:55pm Dec 11, 2020Courts Courts Health & Safety
Non-essential in-person court proceedings in North Carolina will be halted starting Monday for 30 days due to a surge in COVID-19 cases, the chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court announ
8:22am Oct 26, 2020Courts Courts
A North Carolina company that maintains state-owned rest areas has settled a discrimination case with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
6:00am Oct 01, 2020Courts Courts Housing
Courts in Winston-Salem continue to move forward with evictions. This comes after a national moratorium was issued on evictions designed to halt them for reasons of non-payment.