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Tar Heel Traveler spotlights collector Vic Clinco in High Point. He is the world record holder with about 11,000 bottles of hot sauce.
The body of a missing 81-year-old North Carolina woman was found in a forest after a week-long search, according to the High Point Police Department.
A 15-year-old Guilford County Schools student is suffering burn injuries after another student set an "intentional" fire on a school bus.
DaVonté McKenith, WXII
The class of 2021 at a High Point high school got a sendoff they'll never forget.
A high school principal in North Carolina stuns graduates by serenading them with an amazing rendition of "I Will Always Love You."
A 25-year-old local pastor was shot around 8:30 p.m. outside his home on Ardale Drive in High Point.
Jackie Pascale, WXII reporter
The High Point Police Department provided an update on a shooting and standoff situation that occurred late Thursday night and early Friday morning.
A man who walked off his prison job at the Department of Public Safety's Correction Enterprise warehouse in Apex was found at a hotel in High Point on Sunday.
A High Point University student was removed from campus this week after he was found with two guns on campus, school officials said Wednesday in a written statement.
Alfred Charles, WRAL.com managing editor
High Point police are searching for Legend Masir Goodwine, a 1-year-old boy believed to have been abducted.
Scott Mason, the Tar Heel Traveler, knows where to find the good food. He's found another treasure called Becky's and Mary's in High Point. But if you try to find their business sign, you may be in for a search.
High Point, a city known as the home furnishings capital of the world because of its biannual furniture market, has an evolving master plan to create a new downtown district.
Jane Margolies, New York Times
For Charlotte Furaha, two decades of uncertainty came to an end on a muggy August day in High Point.
Bill DuPre, Habitat for Humanity North Carolina
Habitat for Humanity volunteers walk into Charlotte Furaha's new home in High Point during the dedication ceremony. The home is in the Washington Terrace neighborhood, which Habitat for Humanity of High Point, Archdale and Trinity is developing.