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. 08:00 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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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.
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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. 07:08 AM
Economic Incentives Bill to Again Test NC Urban-Rural Divide
The disparity between economic boom in Charlotte and Raleigh-Durham compared to the rest of the state are likely to shape debate over an economic incentives package filed in the House and sought by GOP Gov. Pat McCrory. 07:15 AM
15th Annual Polar Plunge Held in Greensboro
Brave jumpers gathered at Wet ‘n Wild Emerald Pointe on Saturday for the 15th Annual Polar Plunge. 03/01/2015 02:11 PM
Financial Experts Give Tips on Retirement Plans
Financial experts say a lot of factors affect how much people need for retirement. 02/28/2015 06:55 PM
Senior Safety Checks Following Winter Storms
When winter storms hit, volunteers with Meals On Wheels are among the first ones to help seniors in need. 02/28/2015 04:33 PM
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Sale to Support Salvation Army Energy Program
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Retired U.S. Army Veteran gets New Home Mortgage-Free
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