Schemer Poses As Military Man Looking For Love


GREENSBORO, N.C. – It all started with a Facebook message. On the receiving end— a single mom who was a little lonely.

“It was the moment that I was feeling really miserable.”

This 39-year old won’t show her face we’ll call her “Mary.” She fell hard for who she thought was an Army Captain.

“He seems kind of nice you know in the military and then we start talking,” Mary said.

He sent pictures. He also sent lots of lovey dovey messages. He promised a house in Bellaire, a BMW and a lifetime of love.

“All I think about is oh wow that’s very nice someone want to love me and have money,” Mary said.

Four months in he’s making plans to move to Houston but has one small favor: sign for a shipment of his personal belongings.

“He just needed your help getting this package here yes he wanted it to be in my custody,” Mary said.

So she contacted the shipping company, and suddenly they needed $980 for taxes.

“And you didn’t think twice about it nope no I didn’t because I thought I was in love,” Mary said.

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Government Wants Help Making Recalled Airbag Replacement Parts


GREENSBORO, N.C. – The feds are fed up with waiting for Japanese airbag maker Takata to make enough replacement parts. So the head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration told reporters to expect a big announcement on October 22.

The announcement is rumored to be about the government offering incentives to domestic manufactures to make replacements. The government official told Reuters he’s still figuring out if they can order manufacturers to do it. Or if the government will have to throw a bunch of cash their way.

Whatever the plan, it needs to happen soon. More than 9 million Takata airbags are still in cars today,. Investigators say the airbags have caused eight deaths now and hundreds of injuries.

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Osteoporosis: Food for strong bones

Osteoporosis causes bones to become weak and brittle, and affects women more often than men, especially women who are past menopause. Eating the right foods at any age can help prevent bone loss or strengthen already weak bones. It’s important to eat a well-balanced diet, and since our bones are predominantly made up of calcium, […]
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CarMax to hire 30 in Triad

CarMax Inc. in Greensboro is looking to expand its team by hiring 30 associates. The jobs are among more than 2,000 across the country that…

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‘Getaway driver’ in Greensboro crime spree spent time on death row

GREENSBORO, N.C. — A man police say played a minor role in a crime spree Tuesday afternoon spent more than a decade on death row. Charles Anthony “Supreme” Walker, 50, of 4811 Silver Briar Ct. Apt. C, is accused of being part of a robbery Tuesday afternoon that sparked a city-wide effort to stop Isaiah […]
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B&B’s Eric Forrester Visits WFMY News 2


CBS Soap Star Stops By WFMY News 2 WFMY

GREENSBORO, NC —     A familiar face joined Tracey McCain and Eric Chilton on the Good morning Show Wednesday. For 28 years, he’s been in your living rooms most afternoons as the Bold and the Beautiful’s “Eric Forrester” but his real names is John McCook. He talked about being in the Triad to visit family and shared a couple things he likes about the Triad.   

He’s been part of the Bold and the Beautiful for 28 years, since episode 1. That’s unusual, especially in a soap operas, where people and roles can be replaced! So we asked him his secret to his longevity.

John McCook aka Eric Forrester  The Bold and The Beautiful
John McCook who plays Eric Forrester  The Bold and The Beautiful
John McCook aka Eric Forrester  The Bold and The Beautiful
John McCook “The Bold and the Beautiful” Set Rick/Maya Wedding Gallery’s CBS Television City Los Angeles, Ca.
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Cancer Awareness And Survivor’s Celebration Weekend


Triad Church Hosts Cancer Awareness Weekend WFMY

GREENSBORO, N.C. —  A local church is honoring cancer survivors and remembering people who died from the devastating disease. Greater Hope Cathedral’s first Cancer Awareness and Survivor’s Celebration Weekend begins Friday, October 9.

The church will host a series of events throughout the weekend and many are open to the public.

The weekend kicks off Friday evening with “Mix, Mingle & Connect: Creating An Atmosphere of Support.” The event gives cancer patients and survivors a chance to talk. It is also open to friends, family and caregivers of people suffering from cancer. The event will be held from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Chandler’s Coffee House in Greensboro.

On Saturday, Greater Hope Cathedral in Greensboro will host “A Day of Awareness, Wellness and Relaxation.” There will be makeovers, massages, facials, screenings, wig fittings and much more.This event is free for cancer patients, survivors and caregivers. Anyone can go, however, for a $10 donation.

There will also be a Zumba class at Greater Hope Cathedral from 12 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. on Saturday. The event is open to the public for a $5 donation to Relay for Life.

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