Calle Law told a Honduras woman to apply for legal residency she must travel back to her native country, but did not need to seek permission from immigration officials. The advice caused immigration officials to separate the woman from her husband, children and home. 

Cooper also took time to share his thoughts on some issues facing the state and country, including the ongoing debate over House Bill 2, during his visit to Sedalia Elementary School on Friday.

The networking referral groups of the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce will meet at the following times:

A worker prepares an old railroad trestle piling Thursday for a pedestrian bridge over Third Street in the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter. The prefabricated bridge sections are scheduled to be lifted into place next week and will serve as part of the Long Branch Trail strollway. The Long Branch Trail will eventually form a 20-mile loop from the northern end of the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter to Salem Lake, connecting Rams Drive, Research Parkway and Salem Creek Greenway.

WASHINGTON — The military parade for Donald Trump has come early. Two months before Inauguration Day festivities, an extraordinary number of recently retired generals, including some who clashed with President Barack Obama’s administration, are marching to the president-elect’s doorstep for job interviews.

After a week of voting at just one location downtown, early voting is set to explode today with the opening of 16 additional early-voting sites scattered around the county.

The potential sale of Reynolds American Inc. has a here-we-go-again aura about it, both for the company and the Forsyth County community it has been intertwined with for 141 years.

Faced with a $330,000 annual subsidy at the Winston Lake YMCA, the YMCA of Northwestern North Carolina has entered into talks that could result in a transfer of the branch YMCA building to the City of Winston-Salem.

22nd Century names research centers for study