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Past articles by Lindsay:

Man accused of shooting, killing 2 motorcyclists in Rockingham County had a criminal record

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — This was not the first run-in with the law for the man accused of shooting and killing two motorcyclists in Rockingham County. Martin Calvin Cox Jr., 41, of Rockingham County, was arrested Tuesday after he was spotted by Kentucky State Police driving north on Interstate 65 through Shepherdsville, Kentucky. Cox […] → Read More

‘Please somebody come and help’: 911 call describes scene of shooting in NC that left 2 dead; search continues for suspect

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — A 911 call made on Monday describes the scene after a fatal double-shooting in Rockingham County. Investigators worked through the night and into Tuesday searching for a suspect they say is “armed and dangerous,” according to the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office. At 4:32 p.m. on Monday, a 911 was made […] → Read More

Search continues after ‘armed and dangerous’ shooter kills 2 motorcyclists on NC road

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — Investigators worked through the night searching for a suspect they say is “armed and dangerous,” according to the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office. Shortly before 5 p.m. Monday, Rockingham County deputies say the driver of a red Dodge Dually pickup truck with a fifth-wheel attachment shot three people in the middle […] → Read More

Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office finds new way to push program addressing teen violence

FORSYTH COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office is trying to reach teenagers and set them on the right path. The agency adopted a program last year called Decision Points. It’s meant to teach young teenagers about the potential consequences from gun violence, gangs and crime. “Where we saw a need to address […] → Read More

Gas prices hit $3 a gallon as Colonial Pipeline plans manual deliveries of gasoline

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — This morning, the average price of a gallon of gas has reached $3 for the first time in years. There’s been a rush to gas stations ever since the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack forced the company to temporarily stop operations on Friday. But there’s help coming. State and government officials are […] → Read More

Red Cross helping 3 families in Alamance County after severe weather damages 10 to 15 homes

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — The National Weather Service is heading out to Alamance County the morning after Monday’s severe weather. Alamance County Emergency Management says around 10 to 15 homes had some kind of damage after the storms. The emergency management office has not done a full assessment but some of the issues range […] → Read More

Triad cities struggle to hire lifeguards, may have to limit pool access for the summer

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Summer is just around the corner, and for a lot of families that means a lot of time at the pool. Before the pool gates can open, the lifeguards need to be trained and ready to go. This year there are more challenges to get the all the workers needed. “It’s […] → Read More

‘Just heartbreak’: Cousin of fallen sergeant speaks out after deadly standoff in North Carolina

WATAUGA COUNTY, N.C. — Investigators are working to piece together what led to a deadly standoff at a Watauga County home. Thursday morning, the fallen sergeant’s second cousin Donna Ward paid her respects at a growing memorial of candles and flowers. She says they come from a law enforcement family, and this loss is devastating. […] → Read More

What does it feel like to get the COVID-19 vaccine? Triad doctors share their experiences

HIGH POINT, N.C. — The vaccine rollout is continuing to hit major milestones. President Biden announced everyone 16 and older is now eligible to get a COVID 19 vaccine, ahead of the initial goal of May 1. North Carolina and certain counties in the Piedmont Triad had eased those eligibility requirements even sooner. The State […] → Read More

Vice President Kamala Harris to visit Guilford Technical Community College, Thomas Built Buses on Monday

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The vice president of the United States is heading to the Piedmont Triad on Monday. Vice President Kamala Harris is expected to land at Piedmont Triad International Airport to kick off a day highlighting the president’s American jobs plan. Her first stop will be Guilford Technical Community College. The college was chosen […] → Read More

Greensboro has a litter problem. What are people doing about it?

GREENSBORO, N.C. — It’s time for spring cleaning, and not just in your home, but in your neighborhood and across the City of Greensboro. The City of Greensboro is launching a “Keep the Green Clean” campaign, a way to help raise awareness about the growing litter problem in the city. “We recognize that the attractiveness […] → Read More

Local nurses explain why they overcame their hesitation and got the COVID-19 vaccine

GREENSBORO, N.C. — State and local health leaders are working to make sure vaccines are going out as quickly as possible. One of the top priorities in the distribution plan is making sure there is equitable access. This is something the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has been trying to work through. […] → Read More

Local hospitals launch online cost estimate tools for medical care

Hospitals across the country have a new tool you can use to help you know how much your medical care will cost before you open a bill with an unexpected steep price tag. The U.S. Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury released the Transparency in Coverage Rule in 2020. In part, it […] → Read More

Overwhelming turn out at first Alamance County Phase 1B vaccine clinic

ALAMANCE COUNTY, N.C. — Alamance County Health Officials were met with an overwhelming turnout to the first morning of vaccinations for Phase 1B. Anyone 75 and older is now eligible to get the vaccine. Vehicles were bumper to bumper along McKinney Street in Burlington well before the sun was up on Wednesday morning. “We set the alarm […] → Read More

Better Business Bureau seeing increase in pet scams in the Triad

HIGH POINT, N.C. — With a lot of time at home and the holidays around the corner, this might seem like the perfect time to add a new pet to the family. Before you try to buy a dog or a cat online, you want to make sure you’re looking at a real deal and […] → Read More

Triad chambers of commerce work to get shoppers back in small businesses safely

A lot of families get a start on their holiday shopping, and local businesses are hoping more shoppers will pay them a visit this year. Local businesses had a tough year between shutdowns, and fewer customers because of the pandemic. Those tough times for local stores also mean hard times for the local economy. So […] → Read More

Enjoy a 6-course meal at home with the March of Dimes Signature Chef virtual fundraiser

Limits on gatherings and social distance rules have meant extra challenges for events. For non-profits that count on fundraising events to run every year, cancelling is not an option. That means they have to get creative. This year’s Signature Chef Event in the Triad is following suit, making some major changes to continue to raise […] → Read More

Triad voters head out as early voting begins in North Carolina

Today is the first day of one-stop early voting across North Carolina. You can change your address, register to vote and vote all at the same time at polling places set up for the next 16 days before Election Day on Nov. 3.  Voters in Randolph County started lining up at the Randolph County Board […] → Read More

Guilford County Board of Elections preparing for busy election season

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — Local board of elections offices are dealing with new challenges for this election cycle. Presidential elections are typically busier, but the coronavirus pandemic is adding to the workload to make sure everyone is able to vote quickly and safely. Board of elections officials have been working for the past several months […] → Read More

Sen. Romney proposes $12 per hour raise for essential workers

Republican Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah on Friday proposed a temporary pay raise for essential workers who are working during the coronavirus pandemic. Called “Patriot Pay,” the plan would institute a temporary bonus of up to $12 per hour in May, June and July for a total of $1,920 per month. The plan goes on to outline: […] → Read More