Investigators reportedly raided the offices of Gate City Transportation on Monday, searching and seizing vehicles. The company is accused of filing millions of dollars in fraudulent Medicaid and Medicare claims. 04:17 PM
There are some new items on downtown Greensboro's menu. A couple of restaurants are either expanding or opening new locations on South Elm Street.
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The North Carolina Zoo is scheduled to reopen Tuesday. It's been closed for seven days as zoo officials waited for ice to melt on five miles of pathways and bridges.
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Health Experts Say Technology Can Cause Spine Issues
Our reliance on technology is hurting our bodies. Chiropractors say our cell phones, tablets and other devices are changing our spines, riddling our body with issues such as neck strain, backaches and tension headaches. 11:58 AM
Gov. McCrory Offers Public Education Hints in Budget Proposal
Gov. Pat McCrory says his two-year budget proposal for legislators would give North Carolina public school administrators more flexibility to offer raises to experienced teachers and to pay for textbooks or computers for classrooms. 06:51 AM
IHOP Dishes Out Free Pancakes for National Pancake Day
It is National Pancake Day, which means anyone who makes a donation to Children's Miracle Network hospitals or other designated local charities will receive free pancakes at IHOP. 07:09 AM
Bills Addressing NC Gas Tax, Incentives Undergo House Debate
North Carolina lawmakers are primed to debate what changes should be made to fiscal incentives offered companies to persuade them to build in the state. 06:23 AM
Three Horses Injured, One Killed After Falling Into Pond
Emergency crews used chains, saws, and an axe before tying a rope around the surviving horse's neck and guiding it to safety. 06:44 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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Peacehaven Community Farm Opens for Adults with Disabilities
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