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Greensboro, NC, United States

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Recent articles by Steve:

Ted Budd, Cheri Beasley debate for North Carolina’s open US Senate seat: What you need to know

RALEIGH, N.C. (WGHP) – You will have your one chance on Friday night to see North Carolina’s leading candidates for the U.S. Senate debate the issues face to face. The only scheduled debate between Democrat Cheri Beasley and Republican Ted Budd will be staged by Spectrum News 1 at 8 p.m. Even if you don’t […] → Read More

What are the coolest things made in North Carolina? 2 from the Triad top the list

The North Carolina Chamber of Commerce conducts its annual contest to determine the coolest items made in the state. Greensboro has two at the top of the lists. → Read More

Lizzo, Iron Maiden, WWE, more coming to North Carolina’s biggest stages in October

The big venues across North Carolina are staying active, and there's NC A&T's 'Greatest Homecoming on Earth.' None of that includes Halloween and fall festivals. → Read More

North Carolina Democrats call out Walmart over policy targeting drug used for miscarriages, abortions

Rep. Kathy Manning, Rep. Deborah Ross, Rep. G.K. Butterfield, Rep. David Price and Rep. Alma Adams have sent a letter to Walmart's CEO asking why pharmacies n North Carolina can't fill a prescription for a common medication that could in combination be used for a medically induced abortion. → Read More

NC Supreme Court hearing on voter maps may preview upcoming US Supreme Court battle

The North Carolina Supreme Court heard more arguments about voting districts and the lines drawn for them and by whom. What may have been heard were the foundation of arguments to be made before the federal court this fall. → Read More

NC paroles Triad man who helped kill cousin’s wife, rapist imprisoned since he was 16

A Randolph County murder suspect and a 16-year-old convicted of rape are among those being released from life sentences by the North Carolina Post-Release Supervision and Parole Commission. → Read More

North Carolina church convenes summit to address how to help refugees

The Summit Church is coordinating with World Relief Triad in a forum called "Christian Advocacy People over Partisanship," to discuss how to help refugees, particularly from Afghanistan. → Read More

NC’s voter ID argument: Today it was the law

The North Carolina Supreme Court heard an appeal about a lower court's decision to throw out the voter ID law passed by the legislature. Don't be confused about the constitutional amendment you have voted for or against. → Read More

Greensboro construction on I-73 is your first glimpse at Boom Supersonic

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will close the shoulders on both sides of I-73 near Piedmont Triad International Airport to build access roads for Boom Supersonic. → Read More

Gas prices in Greensboro: Still going down despite national rise

Both GasBuddy and AAA reported that the national rise in the price of a gallon of unleaded regular gasoline has not been the case in North Carolina or Greensboro. → Read More

Images from Hurricane Ian’s landfall in South Carolina

GEORGETOWN, S.C. — Hurricane Ian was a Category 1 story again when it curved around and slammed into the area between here and Charleston early Friday afternoon. Ian had left billions of dollars in damages, at least 21 dead and millions without power as it crossed Florida then returned to the Atlantic and bent around […] → Read More

NC GOP delivers an engraved invitation to Beasley

Senate candidate Cheri Beasley, battling Republican Ted Budd in the race for the U.S. Senate, gets a formal invite to an event featuring Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen -- from the North Carolina Republican Party. → Read More

Ever-tightening races: New polls show Beasley and Budd in a virtual dead heat

Democrat Beasley and Republican Budd are in statistical ties polls by Civitas and Politico Playbook show, High Point University found differences in their favorability. → Read More

Where are the flood-prone areas of the Piedmont Triad? Here’s where to find out

With Tropical Storm Ian approaching the Piedmont Triad in North Carolina, there are many resources for you to find out where rising water might be the worst. → Read More

Images of destruction from Hurricane Ian

Hurricane Ian came ashore in Southwestern Florida and lay waste to structures and vessels of all shapes and sizes. The scenes from Sanibel Island and Fort Myers are horrific. → Read More

All 15 of North Carolina’s metro areas are seeing more people unemployed

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) – Unemployment rates in the Piedmont Triad increased slightly in August, although not as much as in July. Most of the 14 counties saw an uptick of two or three percentage points from rates that remain well below last year. Statewide unemployment increased in 98 of the 100 counties and had a […] → Read More

2 Triad cities rank among the worst for people with disabilities

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) – If you look at data and data alone, two of the worst cities in the U.S. for dealing with people with disabilities are Greensboro and Winston-Salem – which aren’t much worse than the other largest cities in North Carolina. The data crunchers of WalletHub analyzed this issue, and their findings are […] → Read More

Duke Energy eyes Florida but holds units to be ready for Ian in NC

Powerful Hurricane Ian will have a major impact on Florida, but a Duke Energy official says the company is preparing for what might happen in North Carolina. → Read More

Rockingham County man who killed his mother when he was 16 to be released from prison

Brian K. Weeks was serving a life sentence for second-degree murder after pleading guilty in 1994 to shooting his mother to death in Rockingham County. → Read More

NC Democrat nominee’s court case will be tried after November’s election

Sherrie Young of Greensboro, a nominee for the NC House, is charged with two misdemeanors related to weapons. Her trial has been scheduled until after her election on Nov. 8. → Read More