These are recent reports of missing children made to local law enforcement. If you think you have seen a missing child, contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).
Winston-Salem has experienced seven homicides so far this year as the killings happened over a 25-day period in January.
A man was shot and wounded early Saturday in a drive-by shooting on U.S. 421, authorities said.
Read through the obituaries published today in Winston-Salem Journal.
This week's local crime and court updates from Winston-Salem Journal.
Q: Why is it so difficult to renew a driver’s license? You dial a number, push the applicable number to schedule an appointment and then the link goes dead. What is the best process to renew your license without having to wait hours at the DMV?
These are some of the most luxurious homes on the Winston-Salem market.
Check out the peaks and valleys in volatile local gas prices, and track motor vehicle sales, financing and production.
A Surry County church was scammed out of nearly $800,000 in November in what the church described as a tragic cybercrime.
Forsyth County remains in the medium category for COVID-19 community spread, but with the three key metrics still trending in a positive direction.
If life hands over a lemon, squeeze it. And if design issues create a mud lake, call it a park and ford it.
One of the many wonderful things about a garden is its surprising reliability.
The scene might not resemble George Jetson’s daily commute or Hollywood’s futuristic vision of gravity-defying urban traffic, but delivery drones and “air taxis” carrying passengers on short trips are expected to be fixtures in our skyscape soon.
As the Memphis Police Department released a video showing the fatal beating of Black man there earlier this month, the Winston-Salem Police Department released a statement outlining its policies for its officers.
Q: Can you get an update on what has been done to provide safety in our schools? Do we have law enforcement, metal detectors and locked doors? — K.L.
This story originally appeared in the Winston-Salem Journal on Oct. 12, 1962, the day after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at what was then Wake Forest College. The speech is believed to be King’s first in Winston-Salem. Two years later, the Civil Rights leader spoke at Goler Metropol…
Duke Energy says it’s ready to work with North Carolina legislators as they refine a bill filed this week in response to three shooting incidents at electric substations in the state over the past two months.
Forsyth County has had four more COVID-19 related deaths, while the new case count reached a six-week low last week.
Winston-Salem firefighters attacked a house fire in the Prospect Park neighborhood Thursday evening thinking that someone was inside, but later learned that the person inside had gotten out.
Novant Health Inc., one of Forsyth County’s largest employers, is increasing its minimum wage for the third time since February 2017, this time by $2 to $17 an hour.
GREENSBORO — The ground proved too wet for Boom Supersonic Inc. and state and local elected officials to conduct an old-fashioned groundbreaking Thursday at Piedmont Triad International Airport.
A Winston-Salem man died after being shot while standing in front of his house on Stockton Street late Wednesday, one of two homicides in the city within 24 hours, police said Thursday.
After three shooting attacks damaged three North Carolina utility facilities in the past two months, a bill filed Wednesday in the N.C. House aims at protecting the state’s electric substations from “vandalism and other security threats.”
Some classes at Paisley Magnet School were temporarily moved outdoors Thursday morning when pepper spray used to deescalate a situation between two students got into the school’s ventilation system, causing an odor that swept through parts of the school, Principal Natasha Woods said in a mes…