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John Hinton


Winston-Salem, NC, United States

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Recent articles by John:

An inmate dies in the Surry County Jail in Dobson

An inmate died Thursday inside the Surry County Jail in Dobson, authorities said. → Read More

Winston-Salem man is accused of murder in death of woman whose body was found in 2021

A Winston-Salem man is facing charges in connection with a woman's death in 2021, authorities said Friday night. → Read More

Charges filed in drive-by shooting that left man with three gunshot wounds

A High Point man was charged Friday in connection the shooting of another man earlier this month, authorities said. → Read More

Yvette Boulware, activist with Triad Abolition Project, is released after 31 hours in jail

She was charged Tuesday with assaulting a bailiff with an ink pen in the Forsyth County Hall of Justice. → Read More

Suspect in fatal shooting has an address in Winston-Salem, ties to Triad, police in Danville say

Danville, Virginia police are looking for a murder suspect with ties to Winston-Salem and Greensboro. → Read More

Supporters of abortion rights will hold a rally and a march Saturday in downtown Winston-Salem

Supporters of abortion rights will hold a rally and a march Saturday in downtown Winston-Salem. → Read More

Man shot in Hanes Mall faces gun charge

Winston-Salem police have identified a man who was shot and wounded inside Hanes Mall on Tuesday. → Read More

71-year-old man who was person of interest in shooting death of Surry County man kills himself

Vincent Lee Bray, 65, was found dead and sitting on a lawn mower at Monday afternoon. → Read More

A Winston-Salem police car hit by another vehicle on Peters Creek Parkway

A Winston-Salem police car was involved in a traffic crash Wednesday on Peters Creek Parkway, authorities said. → Read More

Latest storm report: Damaging wind, tornado possible in the Triad on Friday afternoon and evening

More than one round of severe thunderstorms capable of producing tornadoes and damaging winds will likely roll through central North Carolina between 1 and 10 p.m., the National Weather Service → Read More

Police: Silver Alert canceled for missing Winston-Salem woman

The N.C. Center for Missing Persons issued a Silver Alert on Wednesday night for Heaven Marie Smathers, 23. → Read More

High Point man charged with soliciting 14-year-old girl for sex

A High Point man has been charged with soliciting a teenage girl for sexual acts, authorities said Thursday. → Read More

Scammer on Facebook tries to swindle would-be Spring Folly vendors in Kernersville

The Town of Kernersville is warning residents about a scam circulating on Facebook regarding its Spring Folly. → Read More

1 dead, 1 injured in shooting at Winston-Salem sweepstakes business

A shooting at Fish Hut Arcade on South Main Street on Wednesday left one person dead and another seriously injured, authorities said. → Read More

Weather outlook: Triad could be in for severe storms Wednesday night

Severe thunderstorms and strong winds are possible Wednesday night into Thursday in the Triad and Northwest North Carolina, forecasters say. → Read More

Soccer star Hope Solo is charged with DWI after arrest in Walmart parking lot in Winston-Salem

Her two children were in also in the vehicle, according to an arrest warrant. → Read More

Surry County man accused of stabbing women, including his sister

A Surry County man is charged with stabbing two women — one of whom is his sister — last week. → Read More

Autopsy confirms Forsyth County inmate died of natural causes

An autopsy confirmed Tuesday the cause of death of an inmate at the Forsyth County Jail. → Read More

A Winston-Salem man is shot and wounded; Officers find 100 spent shell casings in the road

A Winston-Salem man was shot and wounded Friday night at 2500 Green Oaks Court, authorities said. → Read More

Cooper: 'Every tool' will be used to stop bomb threats against N.C. A&T, other HBCUs

The FBI is investigating these cases as hate crimes. So far, though, no explosive devices have been found. → Read More