WSNC Local Programming

Carolina Live!—Our Musical History

9 hours ago
Owens Daniels

Carolina Music Ways presents “Carolina Live!—Our Musical History” on Saturday, December 1 at 2:00 PM at The Ramkat in downtown Winston-Salem. Perfect for children of all ages, CMW brings history to life through North Carolina music, igniting passion for a variety of music, and celebrate North Carolina's multicultural music heritage.

Important Update Regarding Business 40

9 hours ago
Integrated Marketing

Business 40 through downtown Winston-Salem will close at 6 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17 until early 2020. The closure of the 1.2-mile stretch between Peters Creek Parkway and U.S. 52 will have a significant impact on navigating to the Winston-Salem State University campus.

East End Master Plan Approved. What's Next?

Nov 14, 2018
SG Atkins CDC

Carol Davis​, Executive Director of the S.G. Atkins Community Development Corporation​, visits Afternoon Jazz with Jim Steele​ TODAY, Wednesday, November 14 at 4:30 p.m. to talk about the East End Master Plan, www.eastendconversations.com, and how it proposes to transform the local community. LISTEN @ www.wsncradio.org! #CAROLDAVIS #ATKINSCDC #WSNC #WSSU #JIMSTEELE #THEENTERPRISECENTER.

WSSU Music Department

WSSU University Singers Holiday Concert Sunday, December 2, 4 – 5:30pm Location: K.R. Williams Auditorium MARY’S SONG: A “SPIRITUAL” TIME Annual Holiday Concert of the Winston-Salem State University Singing Rams, Burke Singers and Singing Madonnas Kenneth R. Williams Auditorium December 2, 2018 (Sunday) 4:00pm – 5:30pm Doors open at 3:30pm

Reggie Buie

The Fall Jazz Concert Series at The Enterprise Conference & Banquet Center continues Friday, November 23, 8 p.m. with a concert by the Reggie Buie Group.

The Enterprise Conference & Banquet Center is located at 1922 South Martin Luther King,  Jr. Drive, Winston-Salem. Doors open at 7 p.m. for an evening of dancing and great food. A cash bar will be provided.

Admission will be charged. Tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fall-concert-series-tickets-52170634773 or http://sgacdc.org/concert.html

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Washington, D.C., got its first snowfall of the season this week. And at Smithsonian's National Zoo, at least one animal was really, really excited about it.

On an afternoon last September, a string of explosions suddenly hit Merrimack Valley, Mass. At least five homes were destroyed and a person was killed. More than 20 others were injured.

Federal investigators say they have now pinpointed what caused the sudden explosions on Sept. 13 — a natural gas company field engineer made a major mistake in the plans he developed for construction work that happened earlier that day, resulting in a disastrous chain reaction.

Updated at 8:33 p.m. ET

Republican Brian Kemp will be the next governor of Georgia, with Democrat Stacey Abrams admitting Friday afternoon that there was no path to victory, following a bitter 10-day battle since Election Day.

Texas' Board of Education voted Friday to change the way its students learn about the Civil War. Beginning in the 2019-2020 school year, students will be taught that slavery played a "central role" in the war.

The state's previous social studies standards listed three causes for the Civil War: sectionalism, states' rights and slavery, in that order. In September, the board's Democrats proposed listing slavery as the only cause.

Jennie-O Turkey is recalling over 91,000 pounds of ground turkey in connection to one illness from salmonella.

The strain involved has been linked to a yearlong outbreak of 164 cases of illness, including one death, in 35 states. The USDA has said more product recalls from different companies could follow.

The first illnesses related to the strain began in November of last year, according to a CDC investigation.

By the time the infection had invaded Ange Bukabau's central nervous system and begun to affect her brain, her family didn't know what to do with her. She was acting erratic, out of control.

"I was going crazy," says Bukabau, 32, who makes her living as a vendor in a small town in Democratic Republic of the Congo, about 200 miles east of the capital, Kinshasa.

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear oral arguments in a dispute over evidence for the census citizenship question lawsuits. After the Trump administration added a controversial question about U.S. citizenship status to the 2020 census, more than two dozen states and cities, plus other groups, sued to get it removed.

Conservative lawyer George Conway says he no longer feels comfortable in the Republican Party. And he is urging fellow conservatives to speak up more loudly, when they see President Trump challenging the rule of law.

Conway's frequent criticism of the president attracts outsize attention because he is married to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway.

Carolina Live!—Our Musical History

9 hours ago
Owens Daniels

Carolina Music Ways presents “Carolina Live!—Our Musical History” on Saturday, December 1 at 2:00 PM at The Ramkat in downtown Winston-Salem. Perfect for children of all ages, CMW brings history to life through North Carolina music, igniting passion for a variety of music, and celebrate North Carolina's multicultural music heritage.

Protesters across Ireland took to the streets this week chanting and carrying thongs, after a 27-year-old man was acquitted of rape during a trial in which his lawyer cited the lacy underwear worn by his 17-year-old accuser.

"You have to look at the way she was dressed," defense attorney Elizabeth O'Connell said, according to the Irish Examiner. "She was wearing a thong with a lace front."

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