A federal judge in Winston-Salem sentenced Casey Parsons to 10 years in prison and Sandy Parsons to eight years. A grand jury indicted them after investigators say they defrauded the government for accepting benefits for Erica Parsons after her disappearance in 2011. Updated 06:00 PM
A Piedmont Triad county is working on giving people extra protection during emergencies, and hopefully saving lives. Randolph County Emergency Services is building some new ambulance bases and upgrading others.
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A Triad-based organization is working to bring the community together to fight an ever-growing issue. The i-Care Alliance mission is to end hunger and eliminate food deserts by 2020.
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Rep. Alma Adams Encourages Students to Participate in National Art Contest
Congresswoman Alma Adams (D-NC) visited her district on Friday, but this time it was for art, not politics. 06:17 PM
State Unemployment Rate Remains Unchanged From January
The state released its new numbers Friday morning, showing February's rate was the same as January at... 10:20 AM
NCDOT Holds Public Information Sessions
The department's divisions are hosting informational sessions about the Draft State Transportation Improvement Program or "STIP” 08:46 AM
Women's NCAA Sweet Sixteen Set to Tip Off in Greensboro
The second-seeded Florida State Seminoles face the third-seeded Arizona State Sun Devils on Friday night in a Greensboro Region semifinal. And South Carolina will be facing off against the UNC Tar Heels at 7 p.m. 12:10 PM
Museum to Mark Vietnam Veterans Day With Play, Other Events
The program is scheduled to begin on Friday and continues on Saturday at the museum in Raleigh. A play titled Etchings in Stone that includes audience participation will be performed Saturday night at the museum. North Carolina Vietnam veteran Ron Harris wrote the play. 07:15 AM
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State Lawmakers Reach Compromise on Gas Tax Solution
Under the new proposal, the gas tax would almost immediately drop down to 36 cents per gallon, which is a cent and a half less than it currently is. Next year, it would drop another penny, and then to 34 cents in July of 2016. 03/26/2015 04:04 PM
Triad's Largest Home and Garden Show Displays Trends
The Southern Ideal Home Show brings in more than 300 experts with the latest in home improvement products and services. Organizers promise the annual show has something for everyone. 03/26/2015 04:30 PM
Shaw University Students Honor Victims of Scaffolding Accident
Shaw University will honor the victims with a prayer service. The university is just a block away from the construction site and students and staff want to pay tribute to the three men who died in the accident. 07:26 AM
Greensboro Museum to Display Leland-Boker Edition of Emancipation Proclamation
One of our nation's most famous documents, signed by Abraham Lincoln himself, will be on display in Greensboro for the next month. An 1864 Leland-Boker edition of the Emancipation Proclamation has its temporary home set up in the Greensboro Historical Museum. 03/26/2015 04:04 PM
Family Success Center Kicks Off in Greensboro
A collaboration that will work to combat poverty and empower families got an official kick-off on Thursday. 03/26/2015 06:04 PM