3:07pm Mar 18, 2021Environment Environment
There are familiar signs of spring in North Carolina — birds singing, daffodils popping up everywhere — but there’s also something unfamiliar going on that’s making the views around here far less s
7:00am Aug 31, 2018Economy Economy Politics & Government
Industrial hemp has fallen in and out of favor since George Washington first cultivated the fiber on his Mt. Vernon farm, using it to make items such as rope and canvas sails.
10:51am Jul 16, 2018Human Interest Human Interest
If you're from North Carolina, most people would agree: you're a North Carolinian.
But what do you call someone from High Point or Boone? What about Winston-Salem? In our latest installment of Carolina Curious, we found that the answers are all over the map.
6:00am May 24, 2018Transportation Transportation
When Liz Noland and her husband moved from Virginia to Winston-Salem in 2011, she went to the local DMV office to get a new driver’s license, but she wasn’t able to leave with it in hand that day.
6:29am Apr 06, 2018Human Interest Human Interest
There’s an old nickname for North Carolina, with a lot of variations: Cackalacky. Cackalack. North Cack.
Some folks love the terms. And a few seem to hate them.
6:00am Mar 23, 2018Crime Crime Education News
After the deadly shooting at a Florida high school last month, lawmakers all over the country are looking at how to make schools safer, including in North Carolina. Part of that movement has focused on beefing up the presence of school resource officers, or SROs.
1:08pm Mar 12, 2018Transportation Transportation
The Triad Metropolitan area is expected to see its population grow by nearly 10 percent over the next two decades.
5:18pm Jan 30, 2018Health & Safety Health & Safety Transportation
You’ve been asking about a LOT of transportation issues in our series, Carolina Curious.
7:00am Jan 19, 2018Transportation Transportation
In 2016, the number of registered plug-in and battery-powered vehicles around the globe jumped 60 percent from the previous year, and there’s no slowdown in sight.
5:37am Dec 13, 2017Crime Crime
For this edition of Carolina Curious, Greensboro listener Lisa Ross has parking on her mind:
5:00am Nov 29, 2017Health & Safety Health & Safety Human Interest
Rural hospitals across the country are closing at an alarming rate - over 80 since 2010. And a majority of these are located in the South.
10:15am Oct 27, 2017Human Interest Human Interest News
Have you ever driven to a favorite store or restaurant only to discover that the open sign is not lit up? Have you driven away, frustrated, wondering why?
10:27am Sep 25, 2017Health & Safety Health & Safety
There are hundreds of millions of people worldwide with mental health conditions. And according to the World Health Organization, most of them will never get care.