Lindsay Clein, WXII 12 News

Lindsay Clein

WXII 12 News

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Recent articles by Lindsay:

Second Harvest's new headquarters allows for expansion of culinary training program

Second Harvest is in the process of transitioning into its new headquarters, which will significantly enhance space and technology for its programs. Specifically, the Providence Culinary Training Program. → Read More

'Give a Kid a Christmas' Telethon aims to raise funds to help Triad families this holiday season

You have a big opportunity Monday evening, and throughout the rest of the holiday season, to make a Triad family's Christmas merry and bright. → Read More

Man shot in finger at home on Hemlock Drive in Winston-Salem

Winston-Salem police are investigating a shooting that left a victim with non-life-threatening injuries. → Read More

Police chase ends with driver in handcuffs in Clemmons

A police chase in Clemmons ended with a driver in handcuffs. → Read More

Police investigating city's 33rd homicide after man shot to death in Winston-Salem Friday night

Winston-Salem police are investigating a shooting that left a man dead. It happened in the 600 block of Allen Street in Winston-Salem. → Read More

North Carolina food insecurity continues to increase

The holiday season is a time for giving. In our community, it's more important now than ever. → Read More

Thieves caught on camera breaking into gun store

A Lexington gun store is the latest target of a recent string of gun shop break-ins across the Piedmont Triad. → Read More

Better Business Bureau warns about the '12 scams of Christmas'

As we get deeper into the holiday season, the Better Business Bureau is warning shoppers to be aware of several different types of scams. → Read More

North Carolina pharmacies facing amoxicillin shortage

Pharmacies are doing all they can to make sure people are getting the care and medicine they need. → Read More

Shoppers brave the rain to save big, support local at Hanes Brands' community product sale

You can find deals this weekend, all while supporting a local cause. → Read More

Grimsley High School mother charged in school fight defends herself

A Grimsley High School mother, facing assault and trespassing charges for a fight on campus last week, is telling WXII her side of the story. → Read More

Davidson Co: High Schoolers no longer allowed to charge lunches

After calls and e-mails to the WXII 12 newsroom, 12 investigates set out to find answers as to why Davidson County High Schoolers can no longer charge lunches. → Read More

Ten handguns stolen in overnight gun store break-in

Yadkinville Police need help identifying two men who broke into a gun store and stole nearly a dozen firearms. → Read More

Community remembers long-time educational leader and school board candidate Stan Elrod, who passed Tuesday

The community is mourning a man who made a mark on Forsyth County education. → Read More

Creatures are crawling in Ardmore neighborhood as homeowners decorate for Halloween

If you've ever taken a walk or drive through the Ardmore area of Winston-Salem during Halloween time, you've likely noticed the decor goes far beyond just pumpkins on the porch. → Read More

Respiratory Syncytial Virus cases continue to rise as unseasonable surge continues

Respiratory Syncytial Virus, more commonly known as RSV, is plaguing hospitals all across the country. → Read More

Shooting victim's sister recalls her bright light and determination after she was killed in her Clemmons area apartment

Days after their loved one was killed in a Clemmons area apartment complex, the family of Alia Belola is remembering her bright smile, hard work ethic, and kind heart. → Read More

'People don't think it can happen to them': Fires reach record high number in Winston-Salem heading into winter months

The Winston-Salem Fire Department is seeing a record number of fires this year. → Read More

Farmers prepare for first freeze watch of the season

Farmers are bracing for colder temperatures, as a freeze watch remains in effect from late Tuesday night through Wednesday morning. → Read More

Addressing Food insecurity during World Hunger Day

To mark the day, around 160 volunteers will be helping package close to 40,000 meals. Here is how you can help! → Read More