In Forum, Sheriff Candidates Find Common Ground
With the runoff election near, sheriff candidates Charles Blackwood and David Caldwell met at WCHL studios.
Hedgepeth Murder Information To Be Released
Durham County Superior Court Judge Howard Manning ordered the redacted search warrants and un-redacted 911 calls to be released.
OC Sheriff Voting For Blackwood As Replacement
Early voting for Orange County’s new sheriff starts Thursday, and current Sheriff Lindy Pendergrass says he is casting his vote for candidate Charle...
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Sheriff Runoff: Early Voting Begins Thursday
...but you have to travel to Hillsborough to make your pick.
Should You Change Your Eastern N.C. July 4 Plans?
"We should see some impacts beginning late Thursday and then overnight Thursday night."
Jaycee Burn Center Shares Grill Safety Tips for July 4th
The Jaycee Burn Center of the UNC Medical Center has some safety tips for outdoor grillers on this upcoming Fourth of July weekend.
Willingham Sues UNC, Asks For Reinstatement
Willingham says she believes “the NCAA will need some serious help from our historians at UNC (since so many years have passed).”
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Hillsborough PD ‘Are You Ok?’ Program Checks On Seniors
Senior citizens of Hillsborough now have a better way to ensure their safety at home with a little help from the Hillsborough Police Department.
Report: Unemployment Rises in 92 Counties Between April and May
Unemployment rates went up in 92 of North Carolina’s 100 counties in May, including Orange County.
OWASA Wins State Award For Clean Water
The Orange Water and Sewer Authority is being honored by North Carolina for its high quality drinking water.
Wednesday: CH Town Council May Pick a Bid for Old Library
The Chapel Hill Town Council meets Wednesday to likely choose one of four bids to buy the old Chapel Hill Public Library at 523 East Franklin Street.
WCHL To Host OC Sheriff Forum Wednesday
The two men vying to be Orange County’s next sheriff will face each other on Wednesday for one final forum before the July 15th runoff election.
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Chapel Hill Weekly Prints Final Paper
The weekly newspaper’s final edition printed on Monday after two and a half years in Chapel Hill-Carrboro.
Chancellor Folt: One Year In Office
Tuesday marks the official first anniversary of the University’s 11th chancellor and first female chancellor.
UNC Law Professor Weighs In on ‘Hobby Lobby’ Ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-to-4 ruling that the chain store Hobby Lobby may refuse to provide employees contraception coverage on religious grounds ...
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CHCCS Board of Education Meets to Talk About Cuts
The Chapel-Hill Carrboro City Schools Board of Education meets Tuesday night for a work session to discuss possible budget cuts, at a time when local ...
Two Suspects Sought in Orange County Stabbing
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two suspects in a Durham stabbing that occurred Friday night, in the Orange County area of Highway...
NCAA to Re-Open 2011 Investigation of UNC
The NCAA has announced it will re-open its 2011 investigation of academic irregularities at UNC-Chapel Hill, based on the possibility of newly availab...
‘Caravan to the Polls’ Launched For OC Sheriff Run-off
Early voting for the Second Primary election starts Thursday, and Orange County officials are making sure there are no excuses for voters to make it t...
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The Flood, One Year Later
Nearly eight inches of rain fell; the heaviest of it--5.06 inches--fell within 19 hours flooding Southern Orange County.