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More than 100 Greensboro families will receive gifts and holiday meals through the police department's "Operation Yuletide."
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WFMY News 2 has your list on where to go this holiday season for some favorite holiday past-times!
The One Stop Job Start event is scheduled for Tuesday, December 3 from 1 pm - 8 pm in Asheboro.
Motorcycle riders from around the Triad felt the wind Sunday for the 27th annual Toy Run in Asheboro.
People in Jamestown started off the holidays with their annual Holiday Parade Sunday afternoon.
Shoppers in the Triad were out and about Saturday supporting local mom-and-pop stores as part of Small Business Saturday.
The Sportsmen for Christ at Glenola Baptist Church are hosting more than a dozen hunters this weekend who have disabilities, terminal illnesses, or who were injured in the line of duty.
The season of giving is already getting into full swing this year with the help of one local girl's picture.
The Northmont Estates' annual Thanksgiving Day parade was today in Asheboro.
The five easy tips that will make your
Thanksgiving kitchen safer are clean, separate, cook, chill, and be
careful with the stuffing according to the FDA.
WFMY News 2 shares secrets from the Gibsons on saving and budgeting during the holiday shopping season.
On Tuesday, the Greensboro Science Center announced the birth of five rare otters.
Williams Memorial CME Church volunteers packed 7,000 dinners for families in need Monday night.
We are all thinking about family this time of year, but a Triad family
is thinking about a lot of other families because something happened to
Dust off those ice skates, because the WFMY News 2 Winterfest is back for another year!
Donations needed: toys, canned foods, clothing, shoes, coats, personal and school items.
Looking for ways to donate or volunteer to help those less fortunate in the Triad this Thanksgiving? Check out the list of opportunities WFMY News 2 gathered.
Patches the polar bear is adjusting to her new home at the North Carolina Zoo tonight, And WFMY News 2 got an inside look at how staff is giving the bear a Carolina welcome.
cars were on display at Foreign Cars Italia of Greensboro and included
classics like 1970 Chevrolet Corvette, 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle, and a
1975 Cadillac Eldorado.
Alex King celebrated his 6th birthday Saturday and had one wish: for his Granny Flowers to see him skate at WFMY News 2's Winterfest.
An Iowa inmate suffering from inoperable breast cancer will be released to a central Iowa hospice facility, the state's parole board decided Tuesday.
Greensboro police say a knock on the door was all it took for four men to rob a home.
The earthquake measured between a magnitude 1 and 2, too small to be traced by the U.S. Geological Survey, the report said.
Investigators said the victim noticed something didn't seem right when he and his wife returned about 10 a.m. to their home in Rowan Co.
Harrison Okene stretches his hand through murky water as a rescue diver swims toward him, nearly three days after Okene's tugboat capsized.
Wayne Farms says an employee tested positive for active Tuberculosis.
Lexington police are looking for the people who shot a man.
Rachel Sanchez was shot in the head at 5 years old. Doctors said she wouldn't survive, but 10 years later, she's defying the odds.
The audit expressed concern with controls by the NC Virtual Public school and the Department of Public Safety's Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice.
Take a look at your hands. They probably look clean. Do you remember the last time you washed them?
You probably thought you washed away all the germs, when you last washed your hands.
An ultra-violet light can pick up the dirt and contamination still on our hands.
Health experts say the way you wash your hands can helps determine how the flu is spread.
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