- Mocksville police officer suing town testifies in lawsuit Updated: May-02-16 7:45 pm
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - A former Mocksville police detective who says he and two other officers were fired for raising concerns about how the department was being run testified Monday that he felt it was "going downhill at a fast pace."
- The Latest: Mocksville police officer suing town testifies Updated: May-02-16 6:24 pm
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - The Latest on a federal trial in which three police officers in Mocksville, North Carolina, say they were fired for telling state officials about corruption inside their department. (all times local):
- Man shot to death in Winston-Salem; no arrests reported Updated: May-02-16 9:31 am
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - A man was shot and killed in Winston-Salem.
- Wake Forest University hosts conference on Women of Color Updated: Apr-29-16 8:56 am
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem is hosting a two-day conference on women and girls of color.
- Forsyth County woman's spilled soup lawsuit reported settled Updated: Apr-28-16 4:44 am
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - A settlement has been reached in a federal lawsuit in which a Forsyth County woman claimed that an instant noodle soup cup caused second-degree burns on her daughter.
- Wake Forest adds 2nd grad transfer, Matt Williams from UCF Updated: Apr-27-16 12:34 pm
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - Wake Forest has added another graduate transfer to its roster, Matt Williams from Central Florida.
- Boone police release names of victims in small plane crash Updated: Apr-26-16 7:37 am
BOONE, North Carolina - Boone police have released the names of the people in a plane that crashed on a golf course in the North Carolina mountains.
- Wake adds grad transfer Austin Arians from Milwaukee Updated: Apr-20-16 2:23 pm
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - Wake Forest has added forward Austin Arians as a graduate transfer from Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
- Attorney: NCAA also deserves blame in UNC fraud scandal Updated: Apr-19-16 7:39 pm
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - An attorney representing two ex-North Carolina athletes says the school and NCAA are both responsible for UNC's long-running academic fraud scandal that he says denied athletes a quality education.
- Forsyth County animal shelter given penalty for violations Updated: Apr-19-16 5:00 pm
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - State officials have levied a civil penalty again the Forsyth County Department of Animal Control's shelter after it failed an inspection last month.
- Couple wins $110,000 settlement in lawsuit against police Updated: Apr-19-16 3:40 pm
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - A Surry County couple has won a settlement in a lawsuit in which they said five Kernersville police officers illegally seized $20,000 in cash from them, threw the husband to the ground and kicked him multiple times.
- 10-digit dialing coming to North Carolina's 336 area code Updated: Apr-19-16 4:06 am
RALEIGH, North Carolina - People living in North Carolina's 336 area code will need to limber up their fingers, and some of them will need to learn a new area code altogether.
- Police: Woman choked to death was attacking with machete Updated: Apr-16-16 11:28 am
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - Police say they aren't charging the person who choked woman in a Winston-Salem home because the dead woman was armed with a machete.
- Report: Hospital apologizes for volunteer outburst Updated: Apr-15-16 7:18 pm
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - A North Carolina hospital has apologized after a volunteer was captured on video screaming at a visitor and his family and telling them to leave. The man says on the video that the woman also used a racial slur.
- 2 in Winston-Salem accused of taking $3 million from job Updated: Apr-13-16 9:43 am
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - Two people have been indicted on charges of taking $3 million from a Winston-Salem businessman.
- NC plans more public hearings on African-American monument Updated: Apr-12-16 4:08 am
WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina - North Carolina is holding four additional public hearings on a monument to commemorate the achievements of African-Americans.