Kania Charged with 3 Counts of 2nd Degree Murder
The 20-year-old UNC student charged in the fatal crash on I-85 on Sunday made his first court appearance on Thursday. Chandler Michael Kania was taken...
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Jersey Mike’s Hosting Fundraiser Today
Head to Jersey Mike’s Subs on Elliott Road or at Chapel Hill North on MLK Blvd. on Thursday, and 25 percent of your purchase will go to a local ...
UNC Research: Daily Pill Allows HIV Patients to Live “Normal Life”
UNC researchers have found the use of a combination of AIDS medications can help prevent the transmission of HIV through sexual activity. Doctor Myron...
NC Officials Expect To See More Cases of Canine Influenza
Cases of canine influenza have been reported in Raleigh, and officials expect it will spread statewide.
UNC Students Rally Around Fired Alpine Bagel Employee
A long-time employee at a bagel shop on UNC’s campus believes she was unjustly fired from her position. For eight years, Lezlie Sumpter has been a c...
Kania Family “Devastated” After Crash
The family of the UNC student who has been charged in the fatal collision from last weekend has issued their first statement since the accident. Ralei...
Alert Carolina Late to Alarm Students of 2 Armed Robberies
UNC Police are investigating reports of two armed robberies on the Carolina campus last night. An Alert Carolina message says that the robberies occur...
Bill To Cut Emissions Testing Headed To NC Senate
A Republican-backed bill to end vehicle emissions testing in 29 North Carolina counties is headed to the state Senate after prevailing in the House.
Early Voting Sites Selected for October
Four sites have been chosen to host early voting for this fall’s municipal elections. The Orange County Board of Elections has chosen three satellit...
North Carolina Ranks Low For Child Welfare
Laila Bell, director of research and data at NC Child, says North Carolina’s modest economic recovery is doing little to help those who need the mos...
Legislature Passes Bill Protecting State Monuments
A bill making it more difficult to remove or relocate state monuments, including Confederate monuments, passed the legislature Tuesday. The shooting ...
NC Unemployment Rate Up Again In June
North Carolina's unemployment rate ticked up again, from 5.7 percent in May to 5.8 percent in June.
Byron Freeman, Former Carolina Coffee Shop Owner, 1931-2015
Byron Freeman, longtime owner of the Carolina Coffee Shop died at his home near Saxapahaw on Friday
Newly Unsealed Documents Detail Hawkins Payments in UNC Case
Newly unsealed documents in the case of a former college football player charged with violating North Carolina’s sports agent law suggest he fun...
Head-On Collision On I-85 Kills Three
Officials say they believe alcohol was a factor.
After Filing, Crowded Ballot For OC In 2015 Election
The 2015 election will feature highly contested races in...every town but Carrboro.
The ArtsCenter Features Theatrical ‘Mixed-Tape’
The ArtsCenter in Carrboro is holding its 14th annual “10 By 10 in the Triangle” program. Each performance features 10 different 10-minute plays p...
CHCCS Hires New Principal For Phillips Middle School
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools board approved three new hires at a meeting Thursday night.
“Guys And Dolls” Rolls Into PlayMakers
PlayMakers' Summer Youth Conservatory show opened Wednesday and runs through July 25.
U-Place Hosts ‘Save the Fox’ Events for Bone Marrow Donors
July is African American Bone Marrow Awareness Month.