Shoppers are feeling the holiday rush as the clock ticks closer to Christmas.
Here are the scores of the week from across the Triad.
Three small gold coins were dropped into a Salvation Army red kettle location ...
Rivers threw for 166 yards and two scores to Keenan Allen and kept the ...
North Carolina junior tight end Eric Ebron has been named a second-team ...
Rich Skrosky was introduced Thursday as the new Phoenix head football coach.
A surplus of 34,000 nurse practitioners, about 48% above demand, and 4,000 surplus physician assistants will help relieve the doctor shortage, Auerbach and his research team found.
The owner of "Biscuit King" restaurants in Lexington are selling products at Whole Foods stores across North Carolina.
Presents with a purpose! Meet two Piedmont women who create personalized gifts. A portion of each sale goes to animal ...
Bayer said Monday it would launch a public offer to pay $31 per share for all the stock in Conceptus.
From the time coal is blasted from strip mines in Montana and Wyoming to the point where it reaches customers in Asia, its price can get marked up by five times or more.
Some major telephone companies have asked the federal government to pull the plug on the old-fashioned service.
UPS will halt deliveries for illegal online pharmacies and pay $40 million to end a federal criminal probe into its shipping practices.
Michael Dell may face competition over his bid to take the computer maker he founded private in a $24.4 billion deal.
Learn how to stop putting off your financial plan and savings goals with advice from financial professional, Matt Logan.
A 2010 study from LIMRA shows 30% of Americans have no life insurance at all.
Research in Motion launched the highly-anticipated makeover of its mobile operating system, BlackBerry 10.
The head of Barnes & Noble told the Wall St. Journal that the company plans to continue to shrink its store base.
Investors had a close watch on Herbalife stock to start the week after high profile investors argued about the company last week.
New credit card checkout fees could end up costing customers more money each year.
Starting Sunday, January 27, to mail a letter anywhere in the United States will cost 46 cents.
The value of initial rewards bonuses is on the rise, with the average offer about 15 percent richer than it was a year ago.
Ten major banks and mortgage companies agreed Monday to pay $8.5 billion to settle federal complaints.
A surge in spending helped many major retailers report better-than-expected sales in December.
Financial expert Michael Wittenberg answers all of your questions about credit card debt and how the Fiscal Cliff will impact your next paycheck.
WFMY News 2 went to financial planner to get you answers on how to get the most out of your donations.
Wednesday, Gov. Perdue is expected to announce that Herbalife Ltd. will name Winston Salem as city for its manufacturing hub.
Financial advisers were at WFMY News 2 on Wednesday taking your calls about your money in relations to the fiscal cliff.
American International Group Inc. says it will sell up to 90 percent of its airplane leasing unit International Lease Finance Corp. to an investor group led by Weng Xianding, chairman of New China Trust Co. Ltd., for approximately $5.28 billion.
A 16-year-old student is facing charges for assaulting another student at Western Guilford High School.
The Consumer Products Safety Commission is recalling a number of various items that pose a number of risks.
Picking the ten most-drawn Mega Millions numbers could improve your odds of winning.
Investigators said Rachel Natacha Owens was last seen getting into a car outside of her school in Brunswick County, N.C. on May 5, 2011.
WFMY investigated why the owner of Zeek Rewards, a $600 million Ponzi scheme has not been criminally charged.
Girl's jackets sold exclusively at Burlington Coat Factory and home playground tube slides part of CPSC recalled products.
The home of former NASCAR driver, Jeremy Mayfield, will be set ablaze this weekend in a fire training exercise.
The U.S. House overwhelmingly approved, 332-94, a two-year bipartisan budget framework Thursday.
Two homes were broken-into in Ruffin on Wednesday and Rockingham County Sheriff Deputies believe jewelry was the target in both cases.
Joe Cantrell said he is banned from Walmart because of aggressive price matching.
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