They threw her new cellphone on the roof of the station house and placed nails under the wheels of her pickup truck. As she prepared to answer a call, someone poured tobacco juice in her boots.
8:52am Nov 30, 2020Race Race Politics & Government
10:12am Nov 19, 2020Race Race Health & Safety
The group representing all 130 hospitals in North Carolina has released a statement declaring racism to be a public health crisis.
6:31pm Nov 16, 2020Race Race
Members of the Ministers' Conference of Winston-Salem & Vicinity say they remain troubled by how a Black 10th-grader was taken into custody by a white police officer earlier t
4:25pm Oct 12, 2020Race Race
Black firefighters in a North Carolina city have filed a grievance alleging white captains talked about running over protesters and a firefighter made a noose during a rope and kn
7:02pm Oct 11, 2020Race Race Politics & Government
The dispute over Lexington’s Confederate monument is headed to court after the city’s attempt to move it came to a last-minute halt.
4:51pm Sep 10, 2020Race Race Environment
A new study is offering guidance to North Carolina’s leaders on how to address climate change, with a focus on issues of environmental justice.
5:13pm Sep 02, 2020Race Race
Protesters in Winston-Salem ended their 49-day occupation of downtown's Bailey Park this week.
5:49pm Aug 05, 2020Race Race
A group of demonstrators rallied outside the Forsyth County Hall of Justice in Winston-Salem to mark the release of video that depicts the moments before the death of John Neville.
5:48pm Aug 05, 2020Race Race Crime
Police body camera video showing the events in a Forsyth County jail that preceded the death of John Neville has been released, showing him struggling after having a medical emergency and officers
1:58pm Aug 05, 2020Race Race
Gaston County signed off on a plan this week to relocate a century-old Confederate monument.
5:10pm Jul 28, 2020Race Race
Black Lives Matter Winston-Salem is making new demands in the wake of John Neville’s death.
4:27pm Jul 22, 2020Race Race News
Greensboro’s city council unanimously voted Tuesday night to make Juneteenth a paid holiday for city employees starting next year.
City Councilwoman Sharon Hightower proposed the idea.