Five North Carolina residents accused of illegally voting during the 2016 election have had felony charges dropped under plea deals.
11:12am Aug 14, 2018Politics & Government Politics & Government
7:22am Aug 14, 2018Daily News Daily News
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7:47pm Aug 13, 2018Environment Environment
Former Vice President Al Gore was in Stokes County on Monday to raise awareness about several environmental issues.
2:43pm Aug 13, 2018Business Business
The Greensboro-based company that makes Wrangler and Lee jeans is breaking off its denim division to focus on its fast-growing outdoor and activewear business as Americans swap out jeans for yoga p
11:46am Aug 13, 2018Politics & Government Politics & Government
Forsyth County Democrats have chosen a Winston-Salem city councilman to fill the unexpired term of Ed Hanes in the North Carolina House.
6:57am Aug 13, 2018Daily News Daily News
Elections Board: Attorney General Can Defend It In Lawsuit
6:32am Aug 13, 2018Arts Arts
Young artists in Winston-Salem are writing down the things they’re afraid of, and in the process, making something beautiful.
5:47pm Aug 10, 2018Environment Environment
Beginning next month, a team of more than 20 university researchers from across the state will begin sampling municipal water and air samples for potentially toxic compounds. It’s part of a project
4:18pm Aug 10, 2018Music & Culture Music & Culture
No matter what you’re up to this summer, you’ll enjoy this program. It’s a cavalcade of sound, from comfortable classics to adventures in byways and corners of southern American tradition.
4:08pm Aug 10, 2018Crime Crime
Law enforcement in High Point is trying to reduce intimate partner violence. Now, a project that was launched several years ago is beginning to see results.
3:46pm Aug 10, 2018Crime Crime
Wake Forest University announced Friday afternoon that it’s putting assistant men’s basketball coach Jamill Jones on leave.
10:42am Aug 10, 2018Business Business Courts
The federal judge who's managing a series of North Carolina lawsuits accusing the world's largest pork company of creating nuisances for rural neighbors is being temporarily replaced.