News & Sports Archive
Tar Heels Edged By Sharp-Shooting Fighting Irish
The No. 18 North Carolina men's basketball team fell to No. 13 Notre Dame 71-70 Monday night inside the Smith Center to fall to 11-4 on the season and...
Pedestrian Struck By Car In Meadowmont
The incident took place Monday at 9 am in the Meadowmont community.
A Spike in Flu Activity is Causing Restrictions for Visitors at Local Hospitals
We are entering the heart of flu season across the Tar Heel state, and it looks like this year’s version of the virus is particularly dangerous. Tha...
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OC Visitors Bureau Director Gives Credit to LGBT Community for Rise in Tourism
The director of the Orange County Visitors Bureau says that 2014 was a great year for tourism, with a record number of visitors to the county.
January 5, 2015
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Chapel Hill Town Council To Talk Transit Funding
The Chapel Hill Town Council kicks off 2015 with a meeting on Monday to discuss future funding for the Chapel Hill Transit system.
Carolina, Notre Dame Square Off On ‘Big Monday’
The No. 19 North Carolina men’s basketball team, 11-3 on the season and 1-0 in conference play, looks to build off the momentum of a road win at Cle...
Tar Heel Women Crush Wolfpack for First ACC Win
No. 9 UNC defeats rival North Carolina State in their ACC opener Sunday afternoon at Carmichael Arena. The Tar Heels now boast a 14-1 record.
Stuart Scott, UNC Alum And Broadcast Legend, Dies At 49
Stuart Scott died Sunday after a seven-year battle with cancer.
Tar Heels Crush Clemson 74-50 To Win ACC Opener
The UNC men's basketball team got back on track when it comes to winning ACC openers, crushing the Clemson Tigers 74-50 Saturday night at Littlejohn C...
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New Year’s Resolution? Don’t Fix Your Weaknesses – Improve Your Strengths
For your 2015 New Year's resolution, think about improving what you're already good at.
“We Have Work To Do”: NAACP Hosts Police Chiefs, Sheriff
About 50 people gathered Saturday for a spirited forum on race, class, and local policing, hosted by the NAACP.
Tar Heels Storm Into ACC Play In Peak Form
Stephanie Mavunga's top-notch form was unleashed Friday afternoon inside Carmichael Arena. It proved too much for East Tennessee State to handle as th...
Maple View Farm Raising Money for Charities After Christmas Day Robbery
A local ice cream favorite is working to make up some lost ground for charity after they were robbed on Christmas Day. The holidays are a time for sha...
El Centro Hispano Working to Establish Worker’s Center
A local organization is trying to formalize a system of workers in Orange County who are looking for work each day. Every morning, at or before 6 o’...
Kleinschmidt Praises Governor on Transit, Urges More Bipartisanship
Chapel Hill Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt said he’s proud that Orange County provided a historical number of votes for Sen. Hagan’s unsuccessful re-elec...
January 2, 2015
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January 1, 2015
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Police Chiefs from Chapel Hill, Carrboro to Meet With NAACP
Police chiefs from Chapel Hill and Carrboro will meet with the local NAACP Saturday to answer questions about racial equity in Orange County policing....
Scouting Report: A Chat with Clemson Coach Brad Brownell
WCHL's Matt Oakes had the chance to speak with the the head coach of the Clemson Tigers, Brad Brownell, as his men's basketball team prepares to host ...