This week, two local newspapers—the Greensboro News & Record and the Winston-Salem Journal—announced major staffing cuts, 50 in total. Both are owned by BH Media Group.
11:39am Apr 05, 2017Daily News Daily News Human Interest News
4:48pm Mar 29, 2017News News World News
Leaders of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee held a press conference Wednesday on possible Russian influence in last year’s election.
2:34pm Mar 29, 2017Environment Environment News
Duke Energy is suing 30 insurance companies over who should pay to clean up toxic coal ash at its coal-fired power plants in North Carolina.
4:29pm Mar 21, 2017Health & Safety Health & Safety News
The University of North Carolina Health Care System is alerting some patients that their medical information may have been compromised.
6:34am Mar 21, 2017News News
A bill easing beer production restrictions is in its early stages in the North Carolina Legislature.
12:20pm Mar 20, 2017News News
Federal forestry officials say a fire in western North Carolina is only about 10 percent contained, as of Monday morning.
12:21pm Mar 17, 2017Arts Arts News
All the hallmarks of modern dance are here. But this show mixes it up. Throw in some psychedelic rock. And trippy visuals to match.
11:19am Mar 13, 2017News News Politics & Government
Congress is considering a new bill that would make it easier for companies to gather genetic data from employees. The bill was introduced by North Carolina Representative Virginia Foxx.
11:03am Mar 10, 2017Crime Crime News
A woman convicted along with her late boyfriend of killing two men and burying them in the backyard of their Clemmons house has been sentenced to 30 to 40 years in prison.
2:41pm Mar 09, 2017Crime Crime Health & Safety News
The Winston Salem Police Department is getting a new supply of a drug that will help save lives.
9:32am Mar 09, 2017Crime Crime News Politics & Government
The North Carolina House announced bipartisan legislation Wednesday that aims to stop prosecuting some teens in adult court.
5:29pm Mar 08, 2017News News
Attorneys for a transgender teenager who's suing his school board for the right to use the boys bathroom are asking that arguments be expedited so he might see a ruling before he graduates.