Kenwyn Caranna, Winston-SalemJournal

Kenwyn Caranna

Winston-SalemJournal

Greensboro, NC, United States

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Past articles by Kenwyn:

Antisemitic flyers strewn about in Greensboro neighborhoods

Police are investigating the flyers, which were thrown in plastic bags in yards at hundreds of homes. → Read More

Anxiety and hope: Black Lives Matter protests bring myriad emotions

First COVID-19 arrived, its ghostly spikes shredding into all aspects of our lives. → Read More

That sparkler burns at 1200 degrees. Here's what you should know before playing with fireworks this July 4.

Click here to view this item from journalnow.com. → Read More

Bourbon virus? New tick-borne disease may be in North Carolina

Maggie Silver, a health communication specialist for the CDC, said it's unclear how widespread the virus is.“It has likely been present for a long time, but we are just now → Read More

Man, 50, killed in shooting overnight in Greensboro, police say; homicide investigation ongoing

GREENSBORO — A 50-year-old man died overnight after a shooting, Greensboro police said in a news release. → Read More

NC Guardsmen to help out at Triad food bank, part of statewide effort to assure strong food supply chain

As the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues seeping into the state, North Carolina officials are setting up a network to ensure that people who need food are able to → Read More

17-year-old found with fatal stab wounds in Greensboro grocery store parking lot

GREENSBORO — A 17-year-old died after he was stabbed in a grocery store parking lot, according to a news release from Greensboro police. → Read More

Father of man killed by High Point police officer struggles to understand why

The father of a man killed by a High Point police officer last month is waiting for answers about how and why the tragedy happened. → Read More

Many dentists only seeing emergency cases, but what does that mean exactly?

Although many offices are closed, dentists are still seeing patients, even while they are being forced to lay off staff. → Read More

Panic and hoarding mix with kindness and community at Triad grocery stores

Cashiers, stockers, meat-cutters and managers suddenly find themselves in the unlikely role of emergency responders.“Grocery workers who are considered generally not ‘career people’ are suddenly considered among the most important → Read More

UPDATE: One man injured in shooting that prompted 3 Guilford schools to shelter in place

Updated 11:10 a.m. → Read More

Guilford County deputy fatally shoots man who pulled a gun on him, authorities say

JAMESTOWN — Authorities are investigating the fatal shooting of a man by a Guilford County deputy on Sunday. → Read More

Gunshots fired at Steak 'n Shake in Greensboro on Sunday; 2 people take to hospital, but not with gunshot wounds

GREENSBORO — Officers are at the scene of a shooting at a local restaurant and two people — who did not suffer gunshot wounds — were transported to area hospitals, → Read More

Potential kidnapping of 8-year-old at Greensboro fast-food restaurant foiled by observant customer

GREENSBORO — A restaurant patron foiled the possible kidnapping of an 8-year-old girl at a fast-food restaurant in late December, Greensboro police said. → Read More

Violent crimes kill two, keep officers busy in High Point on Christmas week

By the time Christmas rolled around on Wednesday, police were investigating crimes that left nine people shot — two of them fatally — and a woman stabbed. → Read More

Sounding the alarm for the missing: Nona Best says parents should know that predators are out shopping, too.

As director of the North Carolina Center for Missing Persons, it is Nona Best's job to work with law enforcement to alert the public when a child is abducted or → Read More

'The children have blessed us,' say these Triad area families who adopted older kids

Nationally, only 5% of all children adopted were between the ages of 15 and 18, according to AdoptUSKids, a federally-funded initiative to help increase the number of children in foster → Read More