At first nothing happened when 24-year-old Victor Sinclair turned the key at Vann York Toyota Thursday night.
A jury found Weldon Teasley not guilty Thursday of murder in the 2012 shooting death of his girlfriend’s son. Following Teasley’s acquittal on a first-degree murder charge, a judge ordered that the man — who has spent the last two years and nine months jailed — be freed.
Crews responded to a fire at a High Point nursing home Thursday afternoon in the Forsyth County part of the city.
Communities across the High Point area and North Carolina are among the hardest hit by job losses linked to China during a 12-year period, according to a report released this afternoon.
Its official opening on Thursday is what Gov. Pat McCrory considered to be “the best of High Point, the best of Guilford County, and the best of North Carolina.”
A company intends to redevelop a N. Main Street site into a retail center, according to plans on file with the city and state.
Insurance specialists are expecting a spike in signups this week for coverage under the Affordable Care Act as the first deadline approaches for the program’s latest enrollment period.
Two state senators who represent High Point in the N.C. General Assembly will head up the Guilford County state legislative delegation.
The NC Center for Missing Persons issued a Silver Alert Wednesday for a High Point man believed to be suffering from a cognitive impairment.
As HPU’s enrollment skyrocketed over the past 10 years, many other parts of campus have had to change with the increasing number of students.
Mail is one of them. So they're getting a new ZIP code.
The Hayworth Cancer Center will hold its 26th LoveLine Ceremony Thursday as a way to remember cancer patients who have died and hope for those who continue to battle it.
There is no question Weldon Teasley fired the shotgun, fatally striking his girlfriend’s son in the face in 2012. The question is whether the act was out of self-defense, as his attorney is arguing, or out of deliberation and premeditation, as a prosecutor is working to prove this week during the man’s murder trial.
A proposed transportation project that could change the face of the Five Points community has raised concerns.
Job-seekers in the area have been waiting six years for the employment market to recover from the Great Recession, and now that finally may be happening in earnest.