A holiday celebration rooted in the Latino community and Catholicism begins today. Christmas posadas take place over nine days to represent Mary and Joseph's journey.
Sixteen families are facing eviction at a mobile home in Greensboro as the land is being sold to a developer.
A new film highlights a health disparity when it comes to Alzheimer's disease in the Native American community.
Winston-Salem is an economically divided city, and those divisions have only accelerated following the Great Recession.
A Winston-Salem exhibit that highlights the history and impact of discriminatory lending practices has been extended through January.
Renowned author, philosopher, and social activist Cornel West will make several appearances this week at Wake Forest University.
Local Day of the Dead event honors and celebrates culture, tradition, and those who are no longer here
Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican festivity celebrated worldwide on the first two days of November.
State health officials with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services credit a steady increase in vaccinations among Latinos to targeted work in the community.
A national group of university professionals is investigating what it's calling “structural racism” in the University of North Carolina system, particularly at UNC-Chapel Hill.