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May is Trauma Awareness Month and the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood or platelets to help ensure lifesaving blood products are available for trauma patients and others with serious medical needs.

On Wednesday afternoon Watauga County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a call on Meat Camp Road.

Wednesday afternoon, the Watauga County Sheriff's office issued a code red reverse 911-announcement warning Meat Camp residents to stay inside their homes and to lock all doors and windows.

Lenoir Police are investigating the death of a woman Thursday morning about 6 am.

Students at Watauga High School have scored top finishes in regional and state level competitions of the NC Technology Student Association.

Investigators in Burke County have confirmed a body found in the Pisgah National Forest is 56-year-old Richard Triplett who was reported missing last week.

FAA, NTSB and Boone Police continue their investigation of Monday's fatal plane crash at Boone Golf Club.

Last week’s announcement by the National Park Service regarding 2015 economic benefit and impacts of NPS sites across the country underscores the vibrant relationship between the Blue Ridge Parkway and its neighboring communities.

A man was killed yesterday in Elk Park when a lawnmower he was riding fell down an embankment into the Elk River.

Early on the morning of Wednesday April 20th, officers with the Avery County Sheriff’s Office arrested 36 year old Patrick Potter of Butler, Tennessee.