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.
Rockingham County authorities are investigating the death of a 62-year-old man whose body was found covered in dog bites.
The News & Record of Greensboro reports deputies found the body of Jose Robles at the bottom of a steep embankment on Nov. 24 in Madison, a day after his family reported him missing. The newspaper said the sheriff's office wouldn't discuss the case.
The police chief at N.C. Central University is out of a job, nearly three weeks after he was charged with driving while impaired.
Area media outlets reported that the school issued a brief statement Friday. A school spokeswoman didn't say whether Timothy Bellamy resigned or was fired.
Food pantries in the Greensboro area expect their supplies to run out after more than 100,000 went without power in Guilford County because of a winter storm.
The News & Record of Greensboro reports Greensboro Urban Ministry and the Blessed Table Food Pantry are encouraging area residents to donate to their shelters.
Federal authorities have arrested a South Carolina man in the 1990 death of a Greensboro girl.
"Good Morning Carolina" Meteorologist Tim Buckley says goodbye as he heads to a new job at WFMY-TV in Greensboro. He'll be the weekend meteorologist at the CBS affiliate. His last day at WWAY NewsChannel 3 is today.
Wilmington Downtown, Inc. (WDI) Board of Directors is pleased to announce Ed Wolverton as the new President and Chief Executive Officer. The search for the new WDI President and Chief Executive Officer was conducted nationwide with a total of 38 resumes received.
On February 1, 1960, four African American college students sat down at the lunch counter at Woolworth’s Department Store in downtown Greensboro and asked to be served.
Greensboro police are investigating the shooting death of a man at an apartment as a homicide.
Rev. Jesse Jackson visits university campuses in Durham and Chapel Hill, and singer Alicia Keys in Greensboro and Raleigh to promote early voting efforts Friday.