Brave jumpers gathered at Wet ‘n Wild Emerald Pointe on Saturday for the 15th Annual Polar Plunge.
Freezing rain fell across the Triad on Sunday morning causing slick spots across Interstate 40.
Financial experts say a lot of factors affect how much people need for retirement. 02/28/2015 06:55 PM
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
Now that primary roads and interstates are clear, the NCDOT and the City of Greensboro are using snow plows on neighborhood roads. 02/27/2015 05:20 PM
This week's storm has come and gone and left everyone with a melting blanket of snow. But, was it enough to bring road projects to a screeching halt? 02/27/2015 09:13 PM
Experts say with the return of sunshine, it’s a good idea to make an exterior and interior inspection. 02/27/2015 05:52 PM
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 again Saturday at 12:30 a.m and 11 a.m.
The Salvation Army of High Point and several furniture companies are partnering to help families keep warm during the cold weather. 02/27/2015 05:08 PM
Retired U.S. Army Sergeant Allen Megginson received the welcome home of a lifetime. Sergeant Megginson got the keys to his newly renovated mortgage-free home Friday in Winston-Salem. 02/27/2015 05:19 PM
The North Carolina Zoo is still closed after two weeks of winter weather. 02/27/2015 04:22 PM
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors voted Friday to disband the think-tank created to help launch John Edwards' presidential campaign and run by a law professor and former Democratic candidate for Congress from Colorado. 02/27/2015 03:25 PM
A North Carolina state judge has declined for now to strike down or uphold photo identification requirements to vote in person starting in 2016. Superior Court Judge Michael Morgan's decisions provided Friday to attorneys mean a lawsuit from voters and advocacy groups is still heading to a summer trial. 02/27/2015 03:00 PM