Guilford County took the next step with its anti-tethering ordinance on Sunday. Starting March 1, Animal Control can begin issuing written warnings to owners if their dog is tethered and unattended outside. 07:00 AM
Police are investigating a series of shootings in Tarboro that left four people dead, including the suspect. Ian Sherrod was killed by police after refusing to drop his weapon when he was approached by officers.
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The doctors surveyed say they are worried that under-vaccinated children and the people around them are becoming more vulnerable to preventable diseases.
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$2 Million Worth of Chickens Killed
South Carolina Clarendon County sheriff's office is looking for the person responsible for killing almost 300,000 chickens over the last two weeks. 10:53 AM
Dogs From Across US Travel to Greensboro For Relay Tournament
The "Fur Fun Flyball" team from Greensboro hosted the event. Breeds of all shapes and sizes of dogs competed to be the fastest. Flyball is a relay race for dogs who participate in teams. 10:41 AM
Mitchell County Woman Sets World Record
Jessica Cox, of Mitchell County, has set a world record for becoming the first person without arms to earn a pilot's certificate. 11:21 AM
NCSU Police Investigate Report of Sexual Assault at Frat House
North Carolina State University police are investigating a report of a sexual assault at a fraternity house early Sunday morning. They say the victim reported being assaulted at a party at the Alpha Tau Omega frat house on Varsity Drive. 12:05 PM
Tax Error Affects Affordable Care Act Enrolees
Last month, the Obama administration said people could sign up for health insurance plans through April, but it also announced more than 800,000 incorrect tax statements were sent out to those who got coverage through the exchange. 06:08 AM
Through My Eyes
In this series, "Through My Eyes," Time Warner Cable News reporters speak with African-American youth and adults about the issues black males face and how they feel in today's America. How has the country progressed since the Civil Rights marches of the 1960s and how do African-American men feel they are perceived in today's world? Watch it the full special now!
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15th Annual Polar Plunge Held in Greensboro
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Senior Safety Checks Following Winter Storms
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NCDOT to Clear Ice from Neighborhood Roads
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