The city of Greensboro is entering into a new partnership with eBay, and the goal is to help local businesses reach new customers around the world.
4:10pm Feb 06, 2019Business Business Economy
10:38am Jan 31, 2019Transportation Transportation
Greensboro bus riders have a new, environmentally friendly option when moving around town.
7:10am Jan 10, 2019Economy Economy Human Interest Race
Renaissance Community Co-op, a community-owned grocery store in Greensboro is closing its doors.
3:49pm Jan 09, 2019Education Education
Officials at a historically black private women's college in North Carolina say they have received more than $1 million in donations as they try to stave off closure.
3:32pm Jan 04, 2019News News
The Guilford County District Attorney has cleared Greensboro Police Department officers of any criminal wrongdoing in the case of Marcus Deon Smith, the man who died after officers restrained him i
4:27pm Dec 20, 2018Health & Safety Health & Safety
The circumstances leading up to an apartment fire that killed 5 refugee children live on in the fractured lives of the surviving parents, and in their adopted community. “Unsafe Haven” is a 30-minute documentary produced by WFDD’s David Ford, who reports on what happened in the aftermath of the tragedy and the questions that remain.
6:00am Dec 07, 2018Human Interest Human Interest
On an early morning in May, a kitchen fire swept through a low-income apartment in Greensboro. Inside, a refugee family from the Democratic Republic of the Congo—five young siblings and their father—slept.
6:00am Dec 06, 2018Health & Safety Health & Safety Politics & Government
This week, we’ve been reporting on the aftermath of a tragic fire that spread through a low-rent Greensboro apartment earlier this year, killing five young refugee siblings.
3:51pm Dec 04, 2018Crime Crime Education Health & Safety
Police have uncovered new details about Steve Spence, the man arrested at Smith High School in Guilford County Monday. It appears he was targeting multiple people.
6:00am Dec 04, 2018Health & Safety Health & Safety
In May, a kitchen fire at a low-rent apartment in Greensboro claimed the lives of five refugee children—siblings from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
7:00am Dec 03, 2018Health & Safety Health & Safety
It was just over six months ago when a tragedy amplified deep issues within the Greensboro community. Our series, "Unsafe Haven," looks at what happened and the remaining unanswered questions.
3:08pm Nov 30, 2018News News
The state medical examiner has ruled the death of a Greensboro man who died after being "hogtied" by police a homicide.