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The governor of North Carolina held a briefing Tuesday morning and told residents of his state that, like it or not, they need to get... [Read More]
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An investigation is underway after a 11-year-old girl was struck and killed by a vehicle in Walkertown Wednesday morning. [Read More]
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Hurricane Michael strengthened Tuesday afternoon, becoming a Category 3 storm as it barrels toward Gulf Coast. [Read More]
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An overturned tractor-trailer closed three of four lanes on Interstate 85 Wednesday morning. It happened around 2:45 a.m. near mile marker 84, near NC-150, in... [Read More]
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Motor Road at Tise Avenue is blocked in both directions as Winston-Salem Police Department officers investigate a "serious accident" that happened on Tuesday evening. [Read More]
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The Domino's Pizza in Elkin partnered with several local fire departments to promote safety on Tuesday night as part of Fire Prevention Week. [Read More]
The Rockingham County Sheriff's Department is investigating after a juvenile was shot Tuesday evening. [Read More]
Highway planners have one day of presentations down and one to go as they enter the final weeks before the closing of Business 40 for... [Read More]
Yes on the bonds... [Read More]
Brett Kavanaugh is owed an apology. [Read More]
A gleeful President Donald Trump appeared at the ceremonial swearing-in for Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Monday at the White House, where the president... [Read More]
We were happy to learn last week that a local bedrock arts organization has exceeded this year's fundraising goal. The support it received from the... [Read More]
Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, barked at female sex-crime victims, "Grow up!" He called Christine Blasey Ford a "pleasing" witness. He shooed women away with a... [Read More]
When a senior official in the Trump administration resigns, it's usually the culmination of an awkward and bitter series of events. First, stories emerge of... [Read More]
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