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    Police: .308 among 30 guns stolen in Greensboro burglary

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — At least 30 guns, including two assault rifles, were taken in a recent break-in in Greensboro. Greensboro Police Department Captain Mike Richey says the guns were stolen during a break-in between the evening of January 13th and the morning of the 14th. Among the guns stolen were a black .308 assault rifle, a camouflage assault rifle, 7 low caliber hunting rifles, 4 handguns, 7 shotguns and 10 to 12 other guns authorities are still gathering paperwork on. […]

  • Ragsdale High School marching band to perform at McCrory inauguration

    JAMESTOWN, N.C. — The Ragsdale High School Band is practicing for the performance of a lifetime and they have one week to get it perfected. N.C. Governor Elect Pat McCrory is being sworn in this weekend, the inauguration festivities, including a parade, take place on January 12 at the old State Capitol grounds in Raleigh. McCrory, a 1974 graduate of Ragsdale High School in Jamestown, invited the Ragsdale band to march in the inauguration parade. The invite came just before […]

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    Former police chief offers free gun class

    ARCHDALE, N.C. — A former police chief in Archdale is offering free gun classes to teachers and medical personnel who are considering their options when it comes to carrying a weapon. Gary Lewallen spent more than 30 years in law enforcement and has taught concealed carry permit classes for more than 20 years. He’s offering the “Justified Self Defense and Use of Deadly Force” class to educators and medical personnel for free. He’s also offering that group the “Concealed Carry […]

  • Lucky meals for the new year

    THOMASVILLE, N.C. — With the holidays come traditions and New Year’s Day is certainly no exception with people planning to spend time with family and around the dinner table for a traditional New Year’s meal. The most famous traditional New Year’s meal seems to be black-eyed peas, collard greens, cornbread served with ham or some other pork delicacy. At Legend’s Family Restaurant in Thomasville the special on New Year’s day is Pork Tenderloin along with the black-eyed peas, collard and […]

  • Last minute donations for 2012

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — Out with the old and in with the new doesn’t just apply to the transition to 2012, when it comes to people donating items to charity to take advantage of the tax credits. People flocked to Goodwill locations across the Piedmont today to drop off items by the truck load, trunk load and bag load. With the double file line growing 6 to 8 cars long at times the Goodwill, employees helped customer after customer unload their […]

  • Gas under $3.00 in High Point

    Update: As of 7 a.m. Friday, the Wilco Hess mentioned in this article has risen to $3.15 per gallon for regular, unleaded gas.  HIGH POINT, N.C. — The opening of a new gas station in North High Point spurred a gas war that lasted 4 days and drove prices below $3.00 per gallon. The Murphy USA opened recently in front of the North Main Street Wal-Mart and on Christmas Eve began dropping it’s gas price for regular unleaded to near […]

  • Soggy weather leads to delays at PTI

    GREENSBORO, N.C. — With a huge winter storm system racing across the nation, airports in areas affected by snow and ice are experiencing delays. Those delays ultimately trickle down to connecting airports including Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro. So far today, three arrivals and four departing flights have been cancelled to airports in Dallas, Detroit and Phillidelphia. Many more delays are affecting flights to Washington D.C., New York, Chicago and others under the grip of the winter weather. While […]

  • Forsyth County Emergency Management holds Homeland Security exercise

    KERNERSVILLE, N.C. — Road closures, flashing lights, terrorist activities. It all looked real but in reality it was all part of a homeland security exercise in Forsyth County near Kernersville. It all went down on Union Cross Road just north of Interstate 40. The scenerio brought together more than 100 emergency responders from across the state to deal with murder suspects and a few surprises. It started around 8 a.m. when swat teams entered two residence on Union Cross Road […]

  • Local radio station surprises Triad family

    DAVIDSON COUNTY, N.C. —A car accident in October took the life of Kari Underwood Barnes and left family members wondering how they would give her two young children a memorable Christmas. Her children are now living with Kari’s mother and the kids’ Christmas looked dim. But this morning, radio station 107.5 WKZL came to the rescue with its annual breaking and entering Christmas tradition. Starting before the sun came up, the “elves” from WKZL’s “Jared and Katie in the Morning” […]

  • Page High School students lead charge against crime in school

    GREENSBORO, N.C. —  Page High School in Greensboro is not unlike every other high school in the nation. With it’s flags at half staff, honoring the students at Sandy Hook Elementary, there’s a movement inside the school to keep this campus safe and crime free. “I think every school has a little bit of problem with crime.” said John Peele, a senior at Page. School resource officer Aaron Griffith has been at Page for 4 years and he says he’d […]

  • Greensboro woman undergoes brain surgery while wide awake

    GREENSBORO, N.C.— Ingram Bell survived being shot in the head. Months later she started getting headaches. Doctors diagnosed her with a brain aneurysm, that was caused by that gunshot—and it was growing. Before they could operate, Bell got another surprise. She was pregnant. Not wanting to harm her baby with anesthesia, her doctors at Wake Forest Baptist Medical took another approach. Brain surgery. Bell was wide awake for it.  

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    $1 million Powerball lottery ticket sold in Burlington

    RALEIGH – Big winners in the record Powerball jackpot drawing Wednesday include one person in Burlington that purchased a ticket worth $1 million. The lucky ticket was purchased at the Super Kmart Express on Huffman Mill Road in Burlington. While the owner of the ticket hasn’t stepped forward, people shopping here are very curious as to the identity of the new millionaire. Most customers at Super Kmart Express can’t believe someone here will collect that kind of payday. “I just […]


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