When the zombie apocalypse happens, will you know how to survive?
Now clean for more than a decade, former basketball star Chris Washburn is trying to help others avoid drug addiction.
Ellen Barker is celebrating One Day Without Shoes with people around the country this week. But she has a special reason to celebrate that only comes around once in a lifetime.
Pennybyrn at Maryfield residents now have a new space for exhibiting their artwork.
Patty Jo Sawvel is under the influence, but in this case, that's not a bad thing.
Government wants to limit the size of our sugary soft drinks? Them's fightin' words.
After more than 20 years as an academic neurosurgeon, Dr. Eben Alexander held a very scientific — and very dim — view of near-death experiences. Then he had a near-death experience of his own.
Jack Hanna and a number of his animal friends will visit the DCCC campus in Thomasville later this month.
Andre Dubus III may have given up a life of violence on his journey to becoming a best-selling author, but his books still pack a powerful punch.
Dogs are man's best friend, but sometimes they're not so fond of floors.
Former Ragsdale baseball player Chase Jones is committed to the battle against childhood cancer.
As a former college basketball coach, Bill Leatherman knows a thing or two about assists. And now, thanks to his kindness, so do his neighbors.
It’s spring break. You’ve already taken your kids to the movies, played outside until the sun went down and tried your best to keep them off the game systems and computer for hours. Now what?
High Point native Chuck Hayworth touts the benefits of eating locally grown foods on his cooking program, "Thankfully Local with Chef Chuck."
Welcome to Guilford County, home of the world's sexiest city ... and the world's least sexy city.