Lexington, NCDispatch

28-year-old Lexington man killed in vehicle collision

A Lexington man died Friday night after a vehicle collision, according to the N.C. State Highway Patrol. A 2000 Chevrolet SUV was driving north on NC 109 waiting to turn left onto Snyder Station Road. At around 9:38 p.m., that vehicle failed to yield and collided with a vehicle traveling south, said Trooper Ned Moultrie with the Highway Patrol.
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Tennessee StateWbt.com

North Carolina man arrested in Tennessee with dead body inside car

A North Carolina man was arrested in Fish Springs, Tennessee on Monday afternoon after investigators believe he might be transporting a dead body. Michael Louis Cadogan, 24, was taken into custody about 30 miles northwest of Boone, N.C. after the Carter County Sheriff’s (Tenn.) found the body of 19-year-old Gianna Rose Delgado, a High Point University student, inside his vehicle.
Eden, NCNew York Post

Body of fourth tuber, age 7, found in North Carolina river after going over dam

The body of a fourth tuber — a 7-year-old boy — was found Sunday after he and eight relatives plunged over a dam on their floats last week, authorities said. Isiah Crawford’s body was spotted by a passerby floating on the Dan River near a boat landing in the town of Eden at about 10 a.m., according to the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office.
Summerfield, NCrhinotimes.com

Summerfield Mayor And Newspaper Owner Butt Heads

The Town of Summerfield is known for its heated political battles – which, for the most part, end up being over land development. And, right now, as the town adopts new development ordinances and makes major decisions regarding development, two of Summerfield’s best-known personalities are going at each other on social networks, in meeting discussions and in a local newspaper.
Greensboro, NCPosted by

It's not what you eat, it's when you eat it!

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Intermittent fasting has become one of the most popular health and fitness trends in recent years. People do it for various reasons, including to lose weight and improve their health. Intermittent fasting is an eating plan that focuses more on when to eat than what to eat....
Eden, NCNBC News

Body of fourth tuber, age 7, found in North Carolina river

EDEN, N.C. — The body of a fourth tuber has been found in a North Carolina river following a deadly accident in which a family on a recreational float went over a dam, local officials said Sunday. The Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office confirmed in a news release that Isiah Crawford,...
Trinity, NCHigh Point Enterprise

Trinity approves plans for indoor sports facility

TRINITY — A new athletic facility could soon make Trinity a destination for youth, adult and professional athletes. Trinity City Council approved the rezoning of 5934 Surrett Drive, which lies within the city’s extraterritorial jurisdiction despite bearing an Archdale address. Anthony Gill Sr. presented to council a plan for what he suggests will be a spacious, well-equipped sporting venue for residents, sports stakeholders and the community’s youth.
Alamance County, NCelonnewsnetwork.com

Judge orders release of law enforcement video from Graham march

A judge ordered the release of all law enforcement video footage from the ‘I Am Change’ march to the polls in Graham, on Oct. 31, 2020, which ended in marchers pepper sprayed and many arrested. This includes all unedited body camera, dash camera and other law enforcement surveillance footage from that day.
Louisville, KYPosted by

Speedy North Carolina WR Mehki Wall visits Louisville

University of Louisville wide receiver coach Gunter Brewer has been keeping busy on the recruiting front. Brewer and the U of L staff have hosted several major wide receiver targets in the Class of 2022 recently, including official and unofficial visits. The latest came on Monday when Greensboro, N.C., Dudley...
Greensboro, NCPosted by

Why you can't call your local DMV office to schedule an appointment

GREENSBORO, N.C. — It's hard getting ANYONE on the phone these days and knowing the NC DOT/DMV gets about 6,000 emails a day, you know that could be a wait too. Here's your chance to get your questions answered about DMV-related issues. Steve Abbott of the NC DOT will be taking your questions by text 336-379-5775 from 5:30 PM to 5:45 PM Tuesday.