A traffic light in Greensboro is still not working after an outage was reported ...
Guilford Technical Community College receives large grant for their ...
Greensboro police say a man with a handgun robbed a bank inside a Wal-Mart ...
The U.S. men's national team has a 50-game winning streak dating back to 2006.
Lotulelei earned first-team All-America and first-team All-Pac-12 ...
Brett Austin drove in two runs during a four-run seventh inning as the Wolfpack ...
The health department has commissioned a mural in the stairways to encourage people to take the stairs.
By simply dialing 2-1-1 or toll free 888.892.1162 you can speak to a referral specialist who will help you find services such as: food, housing, counseling, health care, child care, senior services, and volunteer opportunities.
Looking for a way to get involved in the community? Davidson County Special Olympics needs people like you!
At-risk kids get help turning their lives around by training dogs... and the dogs get new skills.
Local police officer takes an interest in kids who are new to this country and ends up helping the whole community.
Unlikely hero, Stuart Chandler, makes it possible for area kids to get their homework done... He drives the van to get the tutors to them.
The Greensboro Urban Ministry shelves are now full thanks to a fall food drive.
Patti Benedict has struggled with Cystic Fibrosis her whole life. Now she needs a double lung transplant. But to get there, she could use your help.
Girl Scouts aren't what they used to be. They may have magenta stripes in their hair. They might even be changing the world.
After her adult daughter suffered a brain tumor, Dorothy Cude became her round the clock care-giver.
If you are a woman at the end of your rope, the Women's Resource Center may be just the thing to get you back on your feet.
His parents used to run a daycare, so Lee Allred has always loved kids. He uses another love, football, to impact kids he wouldn't have a chance to otherwise.
Zack Lloyd brought home five medals from the national skating competition.
When his kids went off to college, Anthony Dillon looked for a new way to invest his time; he took on a "Little Brother."
A former serviceman is helping veterans by training service dogs to ease them back into society.
11-Year-Old Matthew Olive gives back to the sanctuary house.
Anthony Darden doesn't let his personal challenges get in the way of helping others.
Emilie Storch has always loved horses but after being diagnosed with MS, she needed something new to live for. She found it in blind horses.
The Salvation Army is already looking for bell ringers for the upcoming holiday season.
After her granddaughter was having trouble in school, Donna Foxx created Empowered Sparks to give her granddaughter and her friends a way to connect with each other and with female role models.
After sufffering the loss of their son in 2002, a local family is facing new struggles as the mom is diagnosed with ALS. Their friends have rallied around them once again.
This is the first time in six years the Blessed Table Food pantry has had to ask for help from the community, but if they don't get the help they need, they may have to close.
Carol Knapp began her career in nursing before cell phones, iPads and reality television were ever invented!
It isn't a John Melloncamp song. It's a dream come true for one breast cancer survivor and a week at the beach for others.
Portable speakers, designer sandals, towels and pillows at the lowest prices you'll ever see.
Tiger Woods responded to Sergio Garcia's controversial "fried chicken" remark on Wednesday in a succession of tweets
A mapping expert with the city of Greensboro created a simulation of the OK tornado by laying it across a Guilford County map.
Ten-year-old Samantha Riggs needed something her parents couldn't buy her or give her: a new heart. She and her family waited and waited, and finally, she has received that gift.
Police in Greensboro say traffic signals at two intersections are not working.
The biggest problem is that when someone dials 911 for
whatever reason, paramedics or firefighters have to respond.
The owners were able to prove they didn't owe the bank, because they paid cash for the house!
The Obama administration has acknowledged that a Raleigh man wanted on federal terrorism charges has been killed in a drone strike.
Here are your scores of the week from across the Triad.
Jurors in the trial of a man accused in the rape and murder of a 5-year-old Fayetteville girl have completed their first day of deliberations without reaching a verdict.
WFMY News 2 reporter and anchor Tracey McCain and Southern Evergreen Tom Garcia show how you can help can help prevent water leaks in your home.
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