The High Point Police Department is working to open up a conversation between law enforcement and the African-American community. The effort is in response to the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner last year at the hands of police. 04:53 PM
Five kids are blamed for throwing rocks from overpasses on U.S. 52, near Interstate 40 in Winston-Salem. The rocks damaged several people's vehicles.
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The developer proposing a new shopping center at the corner of Friendly Avenue and Hobbs Road have presented a revised plan for the plot of land. City officials say Halpern Development added a residential component in the latest request.
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