Lee Anne Denyer, WXII 12 News

Lee Anne Denyer

WXII 12 News

Winston-Salem, NC, United States

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Recent articles by Lee Anne:

Pilot Mountain treasured by Triad rock climbing community

Amid efforts to contain a wildfire at Pilot Mountain State Park, the Carolina Climbers Coalition is preparing to assist however they can. → Read More

Wineries, breweries strained by glass shortages

As demand continues to outpace supply, experts say, Triad beer and winemakers are accommodating challenges → Read More

Once flames are out, rebuilding a life following a house fire only begins

Jamiee Weaver, of Winston-Salem, lost many of her belongings and two pets in an October fire in her home; investigators believe it started in the kitchen after an electrical malfunction → Read More

'It’s an ongoing problem': Triad truck driving schools eager to train new drivers

A shortage of truck drivers, nationally, is putting a strain on the supply chain, experts say. → Read More

Moravian Falls Elementary School receives special honor

Staff say high expectations, deep care for students' wellbeing at the heart of learning at Moravian Falls Elementary → Read More

WS/FCS, Forsyth County Department of Public Health partner for Back to School clinic Saturday

Families are asked to make an appointment for the clinic Saturday running from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. → Read More

Guilford County Board of Commissioners to vote to keep, repeal mask mandate

The Guilford County Board of Commissioners will meet virtually Monday to decide whether or not to extend a mask mandate → Read More

53 people face drug, weapon, assault charges as part of SBI, others' 'Operation Bottom to Top'

Investigators announced Friday more than 50 people had been charged after a collaborative, multi-agency, multi-year, operation into drug and gang activity in the Triad. → Read More

Involuntary commitment order brought help to Guilford County teen

Dee Valadez lost her son to suicide earlier this year and is now committed to helping other teens fighting severe depression, suicidal thoughts → Read More

45 middle school students become ill for unknown reason

Forty-five Starmount Middle School students got sick Monday afternoon for an unknown reason. → Read More

Yadkin County teenager died from gunshot wound

A female, 17, found in a Yadkinville home died from gunshot wounds. → Read More

Greensboro: Basketball game at Barber Park leads to shooting

An argument that erupted during a basketball game at Greensboro park early Sunday evening ending in a shooting that killed a 27-year-old. → Read More

Kids 5-11 are newest group to be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

Triad health care providers are offering COVID-19 vaccinations for kids → Read More

Winston-Salem coyotes delight researcher during active season

Biologist Falyn Owens, of the NC Wildlife Resource Commission, said this time of year is an active time for young coyotes who are born in the spring and starting to venture out on their own. → Read More

Mount Airy couple forms support group for grandparents raising grandchildren

Rich and Allene Young host "Mount Airy Grands," a support group for families navigating substance abuse and adoption challenges. → Read More

Guilford County Animal Resource Center ready to welcome pets

The new Guilford County Animal Resource Center is located on Guilford College Road. → Read More

ATF brings mobile NIBIN unit to expand database of shellcasings

At the High Point Police Department Thursday, members of law enforcement agencies from across the Piedmont Triad emphasized the same message: They are partners. → Read More

'I decided I would be an advocate': Greensboro woman shares her story of domestic violence

Lalani Reaves, of Greensboro, is a survivor of domestic violence and in the years since leaving the relationship has rebuilt her life and become an advocate for those who have also experienced abuse. → Read More

Woman raising funds for niece as she recovers from car accident

A Wilkesboro woman is raising money as her niece, a 14-year-old from Ashe County, is recovering from a terrible car accident. → Read More

Reynolds High School locked down after argument on campus

Reynolds High School was locked down Thursday morning; FCSO said SRO called for backup after a situation with a large group of students escalated. → Read More