News & Sports Archive
Orange County Confirms Second Rabies Case of 2015
Orange County is reporting its second rabies confirmation of 2015. This incident involved a raccoon, the primary carrier of rabies in our region. This...
Town Council Postpones Vote on Chapel Hill’s Edge
Bell and other council members said they welcome the opportunity for economic development, but in this project called The Edge, the applicant has too ...
Erratic Tar Heels Persevere Past Orange Zone
The No. 13 North Carolina men's basketball team battled by Syracuse Monday night in the Smith Center to record its sixth straight ACC victory and impr...
January 26, 2015
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UNC Facing High Number of Legal Challenges
UNC is currently facing several legal challenges, including a class-action lawsuit from two former student-athletes filed last week. To handle the bre...
Applications Up Again at UNC
Applications for admission to UNC are up again. UNC is announcing a record for first-year applications, marking ten years in a row that a new record h...
Civitas: ‘Shadowy Network’ of N.C. Liberals Unveiled With ‘Mapping the Left’
A conservative think tank, co-founded by chain-store billionaire and former N.C. Budget Director Art Pope, put up a new website last week called Mappi...
UNC Fails to Survive Duke In OT
In front of a sold-out crowd in Carmichael Arena, No. 12 UNC fell to No. 15 Duke 74-67 in an overtime match Sunday evening.
Obey Creek Special Meeting Focuses on Traffic Patterns
Much of Friday afternoon’s special meeting of the Chapel Hill Town Council was taken up with discussion of changing traffic patterns on 15-501, if t...
Tar Heels, Orange Face Off Monday Night
The No. 15 North Carolina men’s basketball team, 16-4 overall and 6-1 in conference play, will square off with the Syracuse Orange, 14-6 on the seas...
Pre-K - 12 Education
700,000 Minutes Of Reading? That’s The Goal At Northside Read-A-Thon
For this year's Read-A-Thon, Northside Elementary students will each try to read 100 minutes a day for 10 days.
Insko, Meyer Preview Upcoming NCGA Session in Raleigh
Two state legislators from Orange County spoke to WCHL recently about what to expect from the upcoming session of the General Assembly, which resumes ...
2016 Watch: Clinton Up Big, GOP Divided, Senate Race Close In PA
Early 2016 election numbers suggest Hillary Clinton is in good shape, but the U.S. Senate is still undecided.
Man Arrested For October Hillsborough Shooting
19-year-old Chris Emmanuel Wiggins was wanted in connection with several incidents in Orange and Durham Counties.
UNC Closes Rivalry Week with Sunday Duke Matchup
The No. 12 North Carolina women's basketball team faces its top rival, No. 15 Duke, in Carmichael Arena Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m.
CHALT Hopes To Shake Up Chapel Hill Town Council
Residents worried about the pace of development in Chapel Hill have formed a grassroots group aimed at changing the Town Council’s agenda.
Gritty Tar Heels Conquer Improving Seminoles
The No. 15 North Carolina men's basketball team downed Florida State, 78-74, Saturday afternoon in the Smith Center to improve to 16-4 overall and 6-1...
News Around Town
Forum Sunday To Focus On Gender Equality (And Inequality)
This year's Human Relations Month forum is called "Voting Rights to Equal Rights: The Continuing Struggle."
January 23, 2015
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UNC Scouting Report: FSU Coach Leonard Hamilton
In his tenure, Florida State men’s basketball head coach Leonard Hamilton has transformed the Seminoles, who won the 2012 ACC Tournament title, from...