The man walked into the bank, passed the clerk a note and showed a handgun, police said.
A man was airlifted to the hospital in critical condition early Monday morning after another man brutally stabbed him, police said.
The last High Point University Poll before North Carolinians settle the U.S. Senate race seems to send a clear message — undecided voters should determine the outcome of one of the most watched political contests in the country this fall.
The three candidates for High Point mayor answered questions on issues of race, poverty and economic development at a Thursday night forum sponsored by The Ministers Conference of High Point, the NAACP of High Point and the Black Leadership Roundtable.
The tide is starting to turn for American furniture manufacturing.
Ward 4 City Councilman Jay Wagner faces a challenge from political newcomer Jim Bronnert in the Nov. 4 election.
If you build it, there is no evidence they will come.
Why else would anyone travel more than an hour to get to the Lexington Barbecue Festival?
Tami Ike's favorite part of fitting Peruvian children with hearing aids was watching their hearing come back to them.
The Archdale Recreation Center is now better prepared to take on one of the leading causes of death in the United States — sudden cardiac arrest.
Despite the pervasiveness of pink every October, men can get breast cancer, too.
Vicki Rulli didn’t know it 20-some years ago as she wandered around the High Point Market, a 20-year-old working odd jobs and trying to find direction, but she was laying the groundwork for her future career.
A North Carolina man that prosecutors say masterminded an $850 million Internet-based Ponzi scheme faces charges of wire and mail fraud, conspiracy and tax fraud.
A rally held Thursday at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater High Point was one of more than 8,000 events nationwide to tout the importance of afterschool programs for children.
A common saying of many people stepping into a polling booth is that they don’t vote for the party, but the person.
But the popularity of a voting option being eliminated this year in North Carolina — straight-ticket voting — shows that the pull of the Democratic or Republican parties remains strong.