A fifth undocumented immigrant is seeking sanctuary in North Carolina. A Greensboro church is opening its doors to shelter a man facing deportation back to El Salvador.
4:41pm Jan 18, 2018News News
3:57pm Jan 18, 2018Courts Courts News
A new lawsuit filed in Charlotte aims to allow non-citizens to be released from police custody on bond.
12:54pm Jan 18, 2018News News
The deep freeze that killed at least 15 people and shut down much of the South began to relent Thursday as crews worked to clear roads blanketed by a slow-moving storm that left ice and snow in pla
3:59pm Jan 17, 2018News News
It’s been a record year for the number of visitors to North Carolina's state parks. Park officials cite new trails, improvements, and social media efforts as reasons for the increase.
4:25pm Jan 11, 2018News News Race
Prosecutors are dropping felony charges against demonstrators who pulled down a Confederate statue in Durham last August.
9:23am Jan 11, 2018Environment Environment News
Last week’s frigid weather included one of the coldest seven-day stretches in North Carolina’s history, and on January 7th, the temperature hit minus 4 degrees in Raleigh, a new record low.
4:41pm Jan 10, 2018Arts Arts Music & Culture News
Downtown Winston-Salem will soon be home to a new music venue. It will open in the former Ziggy’s location at 170 W. Ninth St.
11:28am Jan 10, 2018Education Education News
Prospective teachers in North Carolina can face a long delay in getting hired. A recent audit shows it can take six months or more to obtain a teaching license.
3:18pm Jan 04, 2018Business Business News
One of the worlds biggest tobacco makers says it wants to give up smoking in the new year.
5:15pm Jan 03, 2018Crime Crime News
Law enforcement officials say they’ve seized an unprecedented amount of heroin in the Triad. Multiple agencies across the region collaborated on the bust.
11:11am Jan 03, 2018News News
The North Carolina Zoo is offering half-priced admission while a bitter cold wave sweeps the South, giving visitors a chance to see polar bears frolic in their kind of weather.
11:01am Jan 03, 2018News News
LeRoy Frasier, who along with his brother and another high school student was among the first African-American undergraduate students to successfully challenge racial segregation at North Carolina'