CHCCS Eyes New School Sites
Chapel Hill-Carrboro school board members say the offer of free land to build a school at Obey Creek may cost more than meets the eye.
Larry Fedora Takes #IceBucketChallenge
Monday, after practice, the coaching staff took the plunge.
Local Leaders Want Information on Military Surplus Owned by Law Enforcement
Local elected officials are working to find out which law enforcement agencies in Orange County have received military surplus gear from the federal g...
Ice Bucket Challenge: $15.6 Million And Counting
The ice bucket challenge to help raise money and awareness for ALS has gone viral, and the results are unlike any the supporters of finding a cure for...
Domestic Dispute Leads To Assault In Carrboro
A 911 hang up at around 3:00 a.m. Monday led Carrboro Police officers to the Berkshire Manor West apartments on NC-54 next to Carrboro Plaza.
Daily Tar Heel Editor-In-Chief Live At WCHL Tuesday
The Editor-in-Chief of UNC’s student-produced daily newspaper will finish her undergraduate career just where she started: behind the desk of the pa...
Unemployment Up For Second Time In Three Months
Unemployment claims climbed in July both nationally and in North Carolina, marking the first increase in the state since June 2012.
Former Tar Heel, Smith Middle School Cash In On #IceBucketChallenge
The local ice bucket challenges are stacking up.
OC Leads NC In Military Surplus Armored Vehicles For Police
According to Department of Defense data published last week by the New York Times, law enforcement agencies in Orange County have acquired more milita...
UNC Police Investigating Indecent Exposure On Campus
Campus police are investigating a reported indecent exposure incident occurring at the bus stop on Manning Drive shortly before 12:00 noon Saturday.
Ackland, Botanical Garden To Get New Leaders
Two Chapel Hill landmarks will soon be under new leadership.
News Around Town
Blue Recycling Carts Heading To Rural OC Soon
“The commissioners did authorize the purchase of 7,000 carts for the rural area.”
Rep. Price: ‘Piecemeal’ Progress Made in Energy Policy
U.S. Representative David Price of District 4 stopped by WCHL this past Tuesday to discuss a variety of topics, including domestic energy policy.
News Around Town
Gun Range Owner Plans to Re-Open; Wants Mediation with Goathouse Refuge
The owner of a Chatham County shooting range said he hopes to re-open in the fall with more noise-reduction features, following a temporary shutdown a...
Sheriff: Thursday’s Incident “Apparent Suicide” UPDATE: Man Identified
'It's "pretty clear" that Thursday's death of a man who jumped from the overpass of I-40 at exit 266 is an apparent suicide.'
UNC to Test A Diabetes Outreach Program in SC
UNC researchers have adopted elite iPad technology to decrease diabetes prevalence in a rural county in South Carolina, where nearly 15 percent of res...
Anarchists Smash Car Windows At Chapel Hill Police Department
A group of self-proclaimed anarchists vandalized police cars last night at the Chapel Hill Police Department Headquarters on Martin Luther King Jr. Bo...
UNC Team gets $2.2 Million For Water Plan
A UNC Professor of Environmental Sciences and Engineering has been awarded a $2.2 million grant to develop strategies for meeting water supply demands...
Connell Family Takes The #IceBucketChallenge
A lot of people have some work to do after these challenges.
In Durham: Peaceful Protest For Police Brutality Victims
Peaceful protests in Durham mirrored actions taken across the country Thursday evening.