McCrory To Head To Washington To Discuss Military
Gov. Pat McCrory is scheduled to use a trip to Washington to bring attention to the importance of the military and veterans in North Carolina.
Obama, In Speech, To Focus On Income Disparities
President Barack Obama is renewing his focus on the income gap between rich and poor.
News Around Town
Mitchell Scholarship; NCAA Elite 89 Award; Spring Commencement Speaker
Carolina Senior Sarah Bufkin has been selected for the prestigious Mitchell Scholarship.
Carrboro Celebrates NC’s 1st Openly-Lesbian Mayor
Lydia Lavelle was sworn-in as Carrboro's new mayor Tuesday evening, making history as North Carolina's first openly-lesbian mayor.
NAACP’s William Barber Back In Court For Moral Monday Charges
The group was the first of more than 900 people arrested during the weekly Moral Monday peaceful protests...
Flu Causes 3 Deaths In North Carolina
“I really would encourage everyone to get an annual flu vaccine," McCall said.
CHPD Seeks CHPL Larceny Suspect
The Chapel Hill Police Department needs your help finding the suspect of a larceny from a person last week at the Chapel Hill Public Library.
Chapel Hill Police Seek ATM Fraud Suspect
Chapel Hill Police need your help finding the suspect of ATM card fraud occurring in mid-October.
A day after his administration said healthcare.gov handled hundreds of thousands of visitors, President Barack Obama today will highlight people who h...
At 11th Hour, Congress Debates Plastic Gun Ban
Congress is moving to renew a 25-year-old ban on firearms that can evade metal detectors and X-ray machines.
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Forward Together Picket; Holiday Fire Safety; Feed 10,000
The NC NAACP and the Forward Together Movement announced the kick-off of a statewide informational picket campaign aimed at NC Budget Director Art Pop...
Chapel Hill Welcomes New Town Council
The Chapel Hill Town Council welcomed new and returning members on Monday, and honored those who chose to step aside.
Pre-K - 12 Education
Glenwood Elementary Overcrowding Decision Deadline Approaches
“It’s just about the disruption of many, many kids versus expansion for very few,” Mary Faith Mount-Cors said.
Fmr CH Council Member Laurin Easthom On Political Plans
“I’m young enough that I could do it again some day..."
Hell On Wheels ‘Amid The Pines’
To say “I don’t do traffic jams very well” is an understatement. For most Tar Heel fans, the Duke game itself may have been difficult to deal wi...
Former UNC AFAM Chair Indicted By OC Grand Jury
UNC African and Afro-American Studies chair Julius Nyang’oro faces one felony charge placed by an Orange County grand jury Monday morning.
UNC Campus Security Review To Hold Public Forum
A group looking at security on all University of North Carolina campuses wants to hear from the public.
Gun Rights Groups Monitor New NC Law
North Carolina's new law expanding where concealed handguns are allowed is creating a dilemma for communities that had banned firearms from playground...
Record Crowds Over Weekend, But Spending Declined
The National Retail Federation says people have been spending less on holiday shopping than they did last year.
In God We Trust, Maybe, But Not Each Other
Can you trust your fellow man? About two-thirds of Americans who answered an AP-Gfk poll say no. In 1972, it was only one-half.