Former Tar Heels Helping Fight Childhood Cancer
Former Carolina baseball teammates are joining forces once again to fight childhood cancer. Former Tar Heel Catcher Chase Jones tells WCHL’s Blake H...
CH Developer Offers Housing Incentive, but Section 8 Issue Persists
A Chapel Hill developer is offering an incentive for public employees to stay in town.
Silver Alert For Mebane Man, 34
The NC Center for Missing Persons has issued a Silver Alert for Joseph Allen Horner.
Outlook Good: Expert Says U.S. Economy Doing Well Despite Uncertainties
That was the word from economist Gregory Miller at the Chamber of Commerce's 2015 Economic Outlook Briefing.
Stuart Scott’s Memoir Released
A memoir recounting the life and battles of the late Stuart Scott was released on Tuesday. “Every Day I Fight” relives stories from legendary spor...
Local Man’s No Good, Very Bad Day
A Chapel Hill man had a pretty bad day recently, which ended with him showing up on three police reports within 24 hours.
News Around Town
Why Are Some Trees Being Removed on Franklin Street?
Many of our readers and listeners have been asking us about the removal of some trees on Franklin Street. So we asked Meg McGurk, Executive Director o...
UNC Grad Programs Recognized
UNC graduate programs are very well represented in the 2016 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools” from the US News and World Report. The ...
Tar Heels Take Their Talents to Pittsburgh
ACC baseball play continues this weekend with the 11-5 Tar Heels, ranked 11th in the country, taking their talents up north to face the 6-8 Pittsburgh...
Durham Police Search for Missing Teen
Durham law enforcement authorities are looking for 16-year-old Lucedid Apolonio, who has been missing since March 2. The teenager was wearing a white ...
Community Art on Display at Chapel Hill Library
Chapel Hill’s Public Library is creating a new installation to showcase on their walls. It’s a selection of public art on display by an uncommon h...
Census Report: Off-Campus Students Inflate Local Poverty Rates
A recent report finds Chapel Hill’s poverty rate is cut in half once off-campus students are taken out of the equation.
Durham Man Charged in Fatal 3-Car Crash
A Durham man has been charged with DWI and driving with while his license was revoked in connection with a fatal crash. The three-vehicle accident occ...
BOG Takes 1st Step to Replacing President Ross
The first step in determining the next President of the UNC System was taken by the Board of Governors on Wednesday. Tom Ross is scheduled to leave th...
Charterwood Construction Begins After 7 Year Battle
After nearly a decade of debate, the Charterwood development is underway.
Chapel Hill Police Make Heroin Arrests
Chapel Hill Police have made several arrests in recent weeks involving heroin. Lieutenant Josh Mecimore says two arrests were made as part of a narcot...
New Leadership Renews Cooperation Among Fire Departments
Change in leadership for the Carrboro Fire Department is leading to its renewed cooperation with the Chapel Hill fire officials. Chapel Hill Fire Chie...
Pre-K - 12 Education
Make Up Days Announced for Orange County Schools
Traditional school students in the Orange County School System will add 20 minutes to the end of the instructional day beginning March 16, in a new pl...
Chapel Hill Tries Wi-Fi Experiment in Public Housing
Chapel Hill is testing a wi-fi solution to the digital divide in one neighborhood.
CHCCS Board Examines 2015-16 Recommended Budget
This initial proposed budget totals $73 million. Once board members hash out the details, they will request funds from Orange County commissioners. Th...