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Beginning next school year, taxpayer dollars will help pay private school ...
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Austin Dillon, a champion in both the NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR ...
Elon University will hold a news conference on Thursday, December 12, at 12 ...
WFMY News 2's fourth-annual "Stuff a Stocking" campaign officially ends Friday, though campaign partner Salvation Army says it will leave collection boxes out through the weekend to encourage any last-minute donations.
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UNCG Police need your help figuring out who vandalized the sixth floor of the Jackson Library on campus a week ago.
Durham's police chief says a teenager who died while inside a patrol car shot himself in the head.
A North Carolina legislator has resigned following her arrest on felony tax charges.
Asheville Police say Nicholas Harding told victim he was a 'mob boss' and would have her killed if she didn't comply.
Police in Greensboro need your help in identifying three suspected shoplifters involved in a Walmart theft case.
Austin Dillon, a champion in both the NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, will compete full-time in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series beginning in 2014 driving for Richard Childress Racing.
Sidney Lowe Sr. pleaded guilty to three counts of failure to file a North Carolina Individual Income Tax Return for 2009 through 2011.
Don't be surprised if 98-year-old, Katie Watson greets you with a shotgun in her hand.
Some students from a Raleigh elementary school didn't get home until hours after school let out because a substitute bus driver was lost.
Police need your help finding the person responsible for stealing a puppy outside of a store in Greensboro.
A dry cold front will bring more cold air to the Piedmont.
The Mega Millions jackpot grew to an estimated $400 million for the next draw on Friday, December 13.
A local architect, construction company and manufacturer are using a unique and increasingly popular construction method-modular building-to construct the majority of a downtown Winston-Salem apartment complex in just 13 days.
A Greensboro woman is recovering after police say someone hit her several times with a hammer.
Greensboro police arrested one of three men accused of robbing a Domino's Pizza delivery driver Tuesday night.
On Tuesday, Greensboro College was taken off financial probation.
Tuesday was the annual WFMY News 2 Holiday Blood Drive at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Ctr.
Franklin Graham asked for prayer for his ailing father, the Rev. Billy Graham, through a note posted online Tuesday.
Governor Pat McCrory talked to WFMY about Madison Kimrey, the Burlington girl whose been asking to sit down with him for months.
The chairs of the House and Senate Budget Committees announced a budget deal
that will set spending levels for the next two years, preempting another
government shutdown in January.
Police have arrested and charged a man for the murder of his brother Monday night at a home.
Police said the man ran behind the counter, told employees he had a gun and demanded prescriptions medications at Jonestown Pharmacy.
An adult and child are displaced after an apartment fire in Davidson County.
Girl's jackets sold exclusively at Burlington Coat Factory and home playground tube slides part of CPSC recalled products.
Joe Cantrell said he is banned from Walmart because of aggressive price matching.
IKEA is recalling millions of children's lamps following the death of a child who choked on the lamp's cord and another was injured.
Prosecutors say they will not file domestic violence charges against George Zimmerman.
Why your card may be declined even though there is plenty on it to pay your tab.
The national director of the Deaf Federation of South Africa says a man who provided sign language interpretation on stage for Nelson Mandela's memorial service, attended by scores of heads of state, was a "fake."
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Military officers carried the coffin of former South African President Nelson Mandela to the Union Buildings to mark the start of a three-day lying in state in Pretoria. Thousands of people lined the street waiting to pay their respect.
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