The ringleader of the Zeek Rewards pyramid scheme, Paul Burks of Lexington, once held gatherings that federal prosecutors describe as “red carpet events” to lure people into investing money.
Today, hundreds of thousands of Zeek Rewards affiliates are just trying to get out of the red by recovering some of their losses.
A Davidson County officer was suspended with pay after shooting and killing a patient being taken to a hospital Monday on Interstate 40 in Iredell County.
A 26-year-old city resident on parole wearing an ankle bracelet has been charged with weapon and drug offenses.
It’s the revival of a tasty tradition Saturday as crowds stream into downtown Lexington for the 31st Annual Barbecue Festival.
Authorities on Tuesday identified a man whose body was recovered Monday from High Rock Lake after an apparent drowning incident.
A head-on collision in Thomasville killed one woman on Friday morning and injured six more people, including children.
The company that owns and operates the Pearson home furnishings line completed the closing of its High Point plant Friday, three days after announcing plans for its new corporate headquarters in the city.
First-term U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson, R-8th, showed Tuesday that bipartisanship at the nation’s capital isn’t quite dead yet.
Thomasville police have arrested a man who barricaded himself inside a home Tuesday afternoon.
Law enforcement officers are still searching for a suspect who assaulted an 90-year-old woman in Thomasville during a robbery Saturday night.
Republican Party leaders picked a pair of candidates who sought a seat on the Board of Commissioners in this past spring’s primary to fill the void left by the death of longtime Commissioner Billy Joe Kepley last month.
A 22-year-old man from Lexington was killed and a 20-year-old woman from High Point was injured after a pickup hit a tree and a home near Wallburg Thursday night.
Police released surveillance footage of two men crashing into a convenience store and stealing cigarettes early Thursday in hopes the public can help locate the suspects.
Leaders of the Davidson County Republican Party have begun a somber task that they wish they didn’t have to carry out — filling the vacancy from the death of longtime Commissioner Billy Joe Kepley.
People from Davidson County and politicians from both sides of the aisle are mourning the death of Commissioner Billy Joe Kepley, whom Gov. Pat McCrory said advanced his community and North Carolina through his service, insight and devotion.