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Reward offered in 2-year-old Greensboro homicide
par Staff Reports le 31/10/2017 à 12:45
Greensboro Police are looking for leads in the shooting death of Michael Anthony Lovett on Oct. 8, 2016.
UPDATED: Authorities identify man who drowned in Belews Lake on Sunday
par By Fran Daniel Winston-Salem Journal le 26/06/2017 à 4:00
BELEWS CREEK — A 19-year-old Walkertown man, described by friends as helpful and well-mannered, drowned in Belews Lake on Sunday.
How many kids sick at your child's school? Winston-Salem doctors create app to track it
par By Fran Daniel Winston-Salem Journal le 17/04/2017 à 3:45
Two Winston-Salem doctors have created an app called Sneez that they hope will decrease the spread of illnesses.
Family of man who was killed, dismembered asks for time to heal
par By John Hinton Winston-Salem Journal le 14/04/2017 à 11:00
Family members of a man who was found dismembered in a Winston-Salem townhouse on Monday are devastated by his death and are asking the public to respect their privacy and give them time to heal.
Greensboro's Jeff Varner faces backlash after outing fellow 'Survivor' player
par By Dawn DeCwikiel-Kane BH Media le 14/04/2017 à 2:01
Greensboro's Jeff Varner ignites a firestorm of reaction after revealing that another "Survivor" cast member is transgender.
Republicans: Another boycott by ACC should take UNC, State out of conference
par By Richard Craver Winston-Salem Journal le 12/04/2017 à 7:50
A Republican-sponsored House bill would require North Carolina and North Carolina State to withdraw from the Atlantic Coast Conference if the conference chooses to “boycott” the state.
Burke Street Food Truck Festival draws thousands of residents
par By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal le 09/04/2017 à 2:30
It was Ingrid Corbett's first time at a food truck festival. Then again she's only 6 weeks old.
Wake Forest University acts to remove grad photo used by other college in fake diploma scandal
par By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal le 08/04/2017 à 3:45
A Wake Forest University photo is featured on the homepage of Corllins University, the school at the center of a credential scandal that led to the resignation of a Kansas high school principal.
Judge rejects plea from man accused of stabbing girlfriend to death
par By Michael Hewlett Winston-Salem Journal le 07/04/2017 à 10:00
In a voice barely above a whisper, Ferjus Bernard Moore, accused of fatally stabbing his girlfriend nearly 40 times in 2014, struggled Friday morning to respond to questions from a Forsyth County judge about whether he understood the terms of…
Sexton: Loyal small town civil servant steps aside after 44 years
par By Scott Sexton Winston-Salem Journal le 06/04/2017 à 3:30
By Scott Sexton
Police ID man killed at Winston-Salem business; manager injured
par By John Hinton Winston-Salem Journal le 06/04/2017 à 1:00
Local authorities identified the Winston-Salem man shot and killed Wednesday morning during what investigators described as an attempted armed robbery at a business off University Parkway.
NC bill would raise minimum unemployment benefit weeks from 12 to 16
par By Richard Craver Winston-Salem Journal le 04/04/2017 à 8:00
A bill has been introduced in the state Senate that would raise the minimum number of unemployment benefit weeks from 12 to 16.
Redemption: Tar Heels take NCAA title, 71-65, over Gonzaga
par Associated Press le 04/04/2017 à 2:11
GLENDALE, Ariz. — It's OK, Carolina, you can open your eyes.
Abducted Charlotte girl, age 11, first endured murder of dad and now her grandparents
par MARK PRICE AND MARIA DAVID McClatchy Regional News Service le 04/04/2017 à 12:36
The double murder and kidnapping case that evolved Sunday in Charlotte is just the latest in a series of tragedies to befall 11-year-old Arieyana Simone Forney.
Strong thunderstorms roll through Forsyth and Guilford counties
par By John Hinton Winston-Salem Journal le 03/04/2017 à 9:00
A line of strong thunderstorms is rolling through Forsyth and Guilford counties until 5:45 p.m. today, forecasters say.
Police looking for missing 17-year-old
par By John Hinton Winston-Salem Journal le 01/04/2017 à 12:52
Winston-Salem police are looking for a teenager who hasn't been seen by his parents in more than a month.
Gov. Cooper signs HB2 repeal, but division over bathroom use still remains; ACC issues statement
par By Richard Craver Winston-Salem Journal le 30/03/2017 à 3:01
House Bill 2, one of the most socioeconomically divisive laws in North Carolina history, was repealed Thursday after Gov. Roy Cooper signed a bill both legislative chambers approved.
Mecklenburg Republican: I have a true compromise for repealing HB2
par Richard Craver firstname.lastname@example.org le 29/03/2017 à 7:19
A Republican senator submitted Wednesday the latest legislative attempt to repeal key parts of House Bill 2. The measure features a potential deal-breaker: a religious freedom component.
Berger, Moore say they’ve reached an HB2 deal with Gov. Cooper - but Cooper denies it
par News & Observer le 28/03/2017 à 11:18
House and Senate leaders announced late Tuesday that Republicans are willing to agree “in principle” to House Bill 2 changes they say were proposed last week by Gov. Roy Cooper – but Cooper says there are “still issues to be…
Wells Fargo to pay $110 million to settle fake account lawsuit
par KEN SWEET Associated Press le 28/03/2017 à 9:50
NEW YORK — Wells Fargo will pay $110 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over up to 2 million accounts its employees opened for customers without getting their permission, the bank announced Tuesday.
New GTCC program aims to put chefs in food trucks
par By John Newsom email@example.com le 27/03/2017 à 10:40
The college says its new culinary arts offering in mobile catering and food truck management is one of just a few one-year programs like it in the nation.
Call her Queen Bee: Salisbury 14-year-old wins regional spelling bee (Video)
par By Lisa O’Donnell Winston-Salem Journal le 27/03/2017 à 2:45
The day after Gabrielle L. Brown finished runner-up in the Winston-Salem Journal Annual Regional Spelling Bee last year, she returned to her spelling lists and dictionary, determined to reign as the region’s best speller.
North Carolina's Luke Maye gives his team the last word
par By Brant Wilkerson-New firstname.lastname@example.org le 27/03/2017 à 2:02
North Carolina heads to the Final Four.
North Carolina tops Kentucky and heads to the Final Four
par Associated Press le 27/03/2017 à 1:20
North Carolina will face Oregon in the Final Four.
Local church reaps benefits of $7 million reconstruction project
par By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal le 25/03/2017 à 4:15
It has been a fixture in Forsyth County for generations, but Mount Tabor United Methodist Church looks shiny and new.
Aviation business to close, lay off 345 employees in Winston-Salem; Official: Sudden loss of money to blame
par By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal le 23/03/2017 à 3:53
A Winston-Salem-based aviation-maintenance business notified North Carolina officials this week that it will lay off 345 people and permanently close.
Back to nature: UNCG installs wetlands on campus (Video)
par By John Newsom email@example.com le 23/03/2017 à 12:00
The small marshy areas will attract all types of trees, plants and animals that prefer wet land to dry.
Skippy's reopening draws line, loyal customers
par By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal le 21/03/2017 à 8:30
Fourth Street was abuzz with excitement Tuesday as Skippy’s Hot Dogs opened its doors for the first time in more than a year.
Yum Yum will return, owner says
par By Jonnelle Davis BH Media le 20/03/2017 à 12:00
Yum Yum's owner said there's a possibility the restaurant will be serving hot dogs this week, but that customers will have to wait longer for ice cream.
Does the church have a place in politics? Three theologians weigh in
par By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal le 19/03/2017 à 4:15
If President Donald Trump has his way, pastors, preachers, ministers and the like could soon stand before their congregations and publicly trumpet one political candidate over another.
JCPenney to close in Boone, other NC cities; Triad locations appear safe
par By Journal Staff le 17/03/2017 à 5:00
Six North Carolina JCPenney stores, including one in Boone, are among the 138 stores being closed, the company said Friday.
Judge: Body-cam footage of juvenile arrest can be given to family, but not public
par By Sarah Newell Williamson firstname.lastname@example.org le 16/03/2017 à 9:45
District Court Judge Angela Fox ultimately ruled that Martin could have a copy of the body-camera footage for his defense for any potential witness to view, but the footage could not be shown to anyone else, and it could not…
No school over spring break; makeup day forgiven
par By Arika Herron Winston-Salem Journal le 15/03/2017 à 10:45
Spring break has been restored to Forsyth County students.
The day the coliseum stood quiet (copy)
par By Jeff Mills BH Media le 15/03/2017 à 4:22
Duke and UNC and six other teams were supposed to be playing in Greensboro on Friday. They are not. And the void of silence must be explored.
Humble Bee bakery to open in West End
par Michael Hastings/Winston-Salem Journal le 14/03/2017 à 7:04
Brittany McGee plans to open The Humble Bee Shoppe bakery this spring at 1003 Brookstown Ave., in the space formerly occupied by Flashback Smoothies & Grill.
Former prosecutor Keith steps into the DA's job in Rockingham County
par By Danielle Battaglia BH Media le 12/03/2017 à 12:00
Gov. Roy Cooper appoints former district attorney Tom Keith to fill a vacancy in Rockingham County after the elected district attorney Craig Blitzer resigns his position amid an SBI investigation.
Duke slams Carolina
par By Brant Wilkerson-New BH Media le 11/03/2017 à 5:00
NEW YORK — With just under 10 minutes remaining, Mike Krzyzewski looked down his bench and pinned Duke’s ACC title hopes on a reserve forward.
Winter storm and cold temperatures could damage crops and produce icy roads in the Triad and Northwest North Carolina
par By John Hinton Winston-Salem Journal le 11/03/2017 à 3:00
A winter storm this weekend and cold temperatures through next week could damage unprotected crops, produce icy roads and highways and cause power outages in the Triad and Northwest North Carolina.
Wreck involving tractor-trailer delays traffic on I-40 Friday afternoon
par Staff Reports le 10/03/2017 à 8:37
A wreck involving a tractor-trailer Friday afternoon caused major traffic delays on Interstate 40 near Clemmons.
Two acts on basketball's big stage
par By Brant Wilkerson-New BH Media le 10/03/2017 à 4:30
Just a few New York City subway stops, but maybe much more, separate the ACC and Big East Conference basketball tournaments.
Rockingham DA's office raided, Superior Court canceled
par By Danielle Battaglia BH Media le 09/03/2017 à 7:15
SBI agents served a search warrant at the Rockingham County District Attorney's Office Wednesday, as the AOC canceled Superior Court for the next two weeks because of lack of cases scheduled.
Wake Forest struggles in 2nd half, loses in 2nd round of ACC Tournament
par By KEGAN LOWE Winston-Salem Journal By KEGAN LOWE Winston-Salem Journal le 09/03/2017 à 4:04
BROOKLYN, N.Y. — For as great as the offense has been — and it has been great, especially lately — Wake Forest was served a tough reminder Wednesday night. A reminder of just how important its defense will be if…
Winston-Salem man gets 20 years in fatal shooting resulting from long-standing feud between neighbors
par By Michael Hewlett Winston-Salem Journal le 08/03/2017 à 11:45
A long-running feud between two neighbors ended March 8, 2015, with one man fatally shooting the other man, then punching and kicking him as he lay dying, a Forsyth County prosecutor said in court Wednesday.
UPDATE: Pedestrian struck and killed on Business 40 in Winston-Salem
par Journal Staff le 08/03/2017 à 4:00
A pedestrian walking in the travel lanes of Business 40 was struck by a pickup truck and killed Tuesday evening, Winston-Salem Police said in a news release.
Class takes Rockingham DA out of courtroom during controversy
par By Danielle Battaglia email@example.com le 05/03/2017 à 5:00
County records indicate Rockingham County District Attorney Craig Blitzer visited his office only seven times in four months while taking a law-enforcement training class — during the time when a statewide probe involving his wife was unfolding.
New billboard off Business 40 draws renewed criticism
par By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal le 05/03/2017 à 2:45
A billboard that raised eyebrows was replaced Saturday by one that has some people scratching their heads.
Family rallies around woman critically injured in 150-foot fall off mountain
par By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal le 04/03/2017 à 2:30
It was around midnight when Stella Church got a call that plunged her into her worst nightmare.
Martinsville shines light toward new era
par By Scott Hamilton Winston-Salem Journal le 03/03/2017 à 5:15
MARTINSVILLE, Va. — A quarter-moon hung low behind the main grandstand. The pace car was quiet, Glenn Wood’s red 1937 Ford was throaty and the lights were bright.
Attorney General Sessions recuses himself from Russia, 2016 election investigation
par Associated Press le 02/03/2017 à 9:18
WASHINGTON — Under growing pressure from Democrats and Republicans alike, Attorney General Jeff Sessions agreed Thursday to recuse himself from an investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. His action followed revelations he twice met with the Russian…
Greensboro officials to Trader Joe's: Please come back
par By Richard M. Barron firstname.lastname@example.org le 01/03/2017 à 6:15
Trader Joe's bid a not-so-fond farewell to Greensboro in 2014 after a bitter fight over development near Friendly Center rebuffed the company's interest. Now, the City Council wants to take another shot at landing the chain that inspires an almost…