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Search ended for 2 still missing after tubing accident on Dan River. 'This operation has transitioned to a recovery effort.'

“We feel confident that we have exhausted all efforts to rescue, or recover, the two remaining victims," Rodney Cates, director of Emergency Services for Rockingham County, said in a news release. "Our thoughts and prayers continue to go out to the victims and families of this tragic incident."

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Photos: Summer Solstice Festival 2021

The Summer Solstice Festival returns. An eclectic collection of artists, makers, merchants, body artists, and food vendors could be found b… Read more

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EMF teams up with Greensboro Opera for special July 14 concert

The concert is a sneak peek of Greensboro Opera’s upcoming production of Porgy & Bess, and will also feature classic song favorites. Read more

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Realtors want eviction ban to end but housing advocates say tenants need more time

Some 182,000 households in North Carolina are behind on rent with an average debt of $2,700, according to an analysis of U.S. Census May survey data from the National Equity Atlas, which studies the social equity of states and regions. Read more

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Hungry to help: Local couple raises money to help launch Second Harvest food bank satellite site in Greensboro

The 10,650-square-foot distribution center with the Second Harvest logo that now stands in northeast Greensboro includes 2,200 square feet of freezer/cooler storage lining the walls that will supply agency partners that range from community pantries, kitchens and shelters. Read more

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Winston-Salem man faces more charges in hit-and-run last month that killed Greensboro woman, police say

WINSTON-SALEM — A Winston-Salem driver faces more charges after he struck and killed a pedestrian from Greensboro in May, authorities said … Read more

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What is the Catholic Communion controversy?

Some bishops hope the new policy will be a rebuke for politicians who support abortion rights but continue to receive Communion. Here's a look at what has happened and what lies ahead. Read more

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Realtors want eviction ban to end but housing advocates say tenants need more time

Some 182,000 households in North Carolina are behind on rent with an average debt of $2,700, according to an analysis of U.S. Census May survey data from the National Equity Atlas, which studies the social equity of states and regions. Read more

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$6 million paid to settle lawsuits over N.C. deputies' abuse and killing of unarmed man

Some of the allegations in the lawsuit echoed what the N&O also reported, that deputies ran roughshod over local residents and faced no repercussions, either from their bosses or the local district attorney. Read more

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Senior Spotlights: Guilford County High School graduates conquer sports, illness, money problems, loss of parents and more

Their year included wearing masks, standing 6 feet apart and taking classes through a computer screen. And they’ll tell you quick how diffi… Read more

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Hungry to help: Local couple raises money to help launch Second Harvest food bank satellite site in Greensboro

The 10,650-square-foot distribution center with the Second Harvest logo that now stands in northeast Greensboro includes 2,200 square feet of freezer/cooler storage lining the walls that will supply agency partners that range from community pantries, kitchens and shelters. Read more

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How the local N.C. delegation to Congress voted recently

Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted recently. Read more

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Has N.C. seen a vaccine boost from $1 million lottery? 'Not significantly,' Cooper says.

Since the announcement of the lottery, the number of North Carolina adults who have been vaccinated has risen from 54% to 55% — but the overall rate of new vaccinations has been trending downward over the last several weeks, Gov. Roy Cooper said. Read more

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Destino, Burke propel Dash past Grasshoppers

Right fielder Alex Destino slammed a two-run homer in the first inning, and the Winston-Salem Dash tacked on insurance runs in the third an… Read more

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Sports events on the air for Saturday, June 19

Streaming and cable TV listings for sports fans. Read more

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Max Ford keeps it in the family with victory in the Wyndham Invitational at Sedgefield Country Club

His twin brother, David, won the same tournament last year Read more

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Sports events on the air for Friday, June 18

Streaming and cable TV listings for sports fans. Read more

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Bucks bounce back to beat Nets 104-89 and force Game 7

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Khris Middleton and the Milwaukee Bucks refused to fold under pressure and wouldn't allow Kevin Durant to produce one more… Read more

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Henley leads fog-delayed Open as Koepka makes presence felt

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Once the fog finally lifted over Torrey Pines, a familiar figure in the U.S. Open was plain to see. Read more

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