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NC middle school teacher of nearly 20 years resigns amid remote learning

Triad teachers are struggling to balance remote learning, lesson plans and taking care of their own children.

Family of 7-year old killed in North Carolina crash forgives driver

After almost two months since the death of their daughter, the Requejo-Croft family got the chance to forgive the man who accidentally killed their 7-year-old girl. 

Rare brain-eating amoeba kills swimmer days after visit to NC water park

A person from Guilford County has died from a brain-eating amoeba contracted at a water park in North Carolina, according to the state's department of heath.

North Carolina woman accused of shooting into crowd

Police in North Carolina have accused a woman of shooting into a crowd of approximately 30 people.

Bill would allow pets inside NC breweries with taprooms

It changes state health laws to allow breweries that have taprooms to allow pets in their tasting rooms.

Handcuffed man steals cruiser when cop takes emergency call

Authorities say a man in handcuffs stole the patrol car he was in when the deputy had to respond to an emergency call in North Carolina.

Charges filed against NC teens who tried to light dog on fire in viral video

Animal cruelty charges have been filed after a video went viral days ago showing a girl using an aerosol can and lighter to create flames which she pointed towards her dog, the Guilford County Sheriff's Office said.

Firefighters extinguish brush fire near Greensboro tank farm

Firefighters in Guilford County have extinguished a one-acre blaze that erupted near the Greensboro tank farm.

Football player, 13, dies after conditioning workout

Guilford County school officials say a 13-year-old boy has died a day after getting sick at football practice.

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NHRMC opens more COVID-19 vaccine appointments

New Hanover Regional Medical Center opened more appointments for COVID-19 vaccines on Thursday.

New WPD policy requires patrolling officers to keep cruise lights on

If you see a Wilmington Police Department vehicle with two blue lights on, don’t be alarmed.

UNC task force develops plan to address racial equity

A University of North Carolina task force has released a report outlining ways the system can fight discrimination and promote racial equity.

Several US chains push incentives to get workers vaccinated

As vaccinations continue across the U.S., some companies are offering financial incentives to encourage their workers to get the shots.