More than two dozen High Point police officers and non-sworn personnel took to city streets as part of the Law Enforcement toTorch Run for Special Olympics. Officers in all 50 states, Canada and 35 countries will carry the Flame of Hope in the largest grass roots fundraiser for Special Olympics in the world.
5/23/2013 - By: Ed Scannell
Senate Republicans are handing off their vision of North Carolina's state budget to their House counterparts. The Senate gave its final approval Thursday to a government spending plan of roughly $21 billion for each of the next two years.
5/23/2013 - By: Associated Press
Gay boys could soon be allowed in the Boy Scouts of America if the organization passes a resolution Thursday. More than 1,400 leaders are expected to vote at a national conference in Texas. The resolution allows only openly gay boys in the scouts. A ban would remain on gay adult scout leaders.
5/23/2013 - By: Preston Jones
President Barack Obama is planning to deliver a major speech Thursday on his administration's controversial drone strike policy. The speech at the National Defense University will come just a day after the U.S. government admitted to killing four Americans – including a Raleigh man – in overseas drone strikes.
5/23/2013 - By: News 14 Carolina Web Staff
More than two months after the body of a High Point teen was found in a Greensboro lake, law enforcement is still searching for answers. Investigators on Wednesday canvassed neighborhoods near Dorien Jackson's home and the park where his bike was found in High Point.
5/23/2013 - By: Caitlin Lockerbie
Reserving facilities and registering for programs at Guilford County's five parks just got a lot easier. The parks department has unveiled a new online reservation and registration system.
5/22/2013 - By: Ed Scannell
The battle over North Carolina's death penalty and whether or not to keep the Racial Justice Act defense against it was up for debate again. Opponents of a measure that would repeal the Racial Justice Act and seeks to restart executions after several years of legal battles say capital cases shouldn't be rushed because a person's life is on the line.
5/22/2013 - By: Loretta Boniti
Every five years, U.S. Department of Agriculture sends out a census to farmers all across the country. The deadline for the latest census is fast approaching, and researchers are already anticipating a new trend among farmers: internet use.
5/22/2013 - By: Jenna Barnes
Dozens of horses died and many are still missing following Oklahoma's devastating tornado and groups in North Carolina want to help the surviving horses. Leaders of the local organization Safe Haven Equine Rescue and Retirement, say horse owners there need supplies.
5/22/2013 - By: Brittany Edney
Memorial day weekend is the traditional time when pools open across the triad But several city pools in Winston-Salem will remain closed during the holiday weekend. When the pools do open, more people will be able to enjoy them this summer.
5/22/2013 - By: Stephanie Stilwell
Surry County has contracted with Petra Engineering to drill a dozen wells about 100 feet into the ground to collect the gas and convert it into energy. The system is already operational and produces enough energy to power nearly 500 homes on Duke Energy's electric grid.
5/22/2013 - By: Amanda McKenzie
High Point Wesleyan's Theo Pinson had some of the top programs in the country after him including Indiana, Louisville, Georgetown and Duke, but on Wednesday, the class of 2014 small forward announced he'd be joining the Tar Heels.
5/23/2013 - By: J.B. Ricks
The agent for first-round draft pick Star Lotulelei says his client has signed a four-year contract with the Carolina Panthers. Financial terms were not released but the deal includes a team option for a fifth season.
5/23/2013 - By: Associated Press
Former Sprint Cup champion Dale Jarrett and master mechanic Maurice Petty headline the latest group of inductees in the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Dale Jarrett Wednesday joined his father Ned in the hall while Maurice becomes the fourth member of the storied Petty family to get in.
5/23/2013 - By: Associated Press
Charlotte Bobcats chairman Michael Jordan announced that the team will change its name and become the Hornets once again. The team will officially become the Charlotte Hornets for the 2014-2015 season.
5/22/2013 - By: Mike Solarte
Former Arkansas quarterback Brandon Mitchell says he is transferring to North Carolina State to play his final season. Mitchell was granted his release from the Razorbacks earlier this month, following a spring competition for the starting position that ended with the senior listed as the second-team quarterback to sophomore Brandon Allen.
5/21/2013 - By: Associated Press
In today's Cooking at Home recipe, Chef Dan Eaton uses tilapia and small soft corn tortillas to make fish tacos with shredded cabbage, cilantro and a simple lime mayonnaise and sour cream dressing. For optional texture and flavor, he crusts the tilapia in ground white corn chips before cooking.
5/23/2013 - By: Chef Dan Eaton
In today's Cooking at Home recipe, Chef Dan Eaton uses wild ramps that he bought at the farmers market, to make scalloped potatoes with bacon and cheddar cheese. Ramps are one of the first edible greens of the new spring season.
5/22/2013 - By: Chef Dan Eaton
If you're a big fan of oatmeal cookies but not a big fan of the amount of butter that most recipes call for, you'll like today's Healthy at Home recipe. Chef Dan Eaton makes peanut butter oatmeal cookies that contain no butter whatsoever.
5/21/2013 - By: Chef Dan Eaton
On today's Healthy at Home recipe, Chef Dan Eaton shows you just how easy it is to steam fresh artichokes. Although they're often served with melted butter and lemon juice for dipping, he adds some finely-chopped fresh mint to extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice for a healthier version.
5/20/2013 - By: Chef Dan Eaton
From a college campus to the career world, recent graduates are searching for jobs. There are a number of colleges and universities here in the Triangle that have programs designed to help their students and grads transition into the working world. Debra M. Townsley, president of William Peace University has the details.
5/23/2013 - By: News 14 Carolina Staff
Fort Macon is the most visited state park in North Carolina with about 1.3 million people each year. Many come for the beach but about half check out the fort.
5/23/2013 - By: Richard Green
If you play your credit cards right, the sky could be the limit in terms of frequent flyer miles.
5/23/2013 - By: Tara Lynn Wagner