News & Sports Archive
AP GfK Poll: Most Americans See Stock Market Either Flat Or Lower By End Of 2014
Stocks have been on an impressive run this year, but a new poll suggests Americans aren't expecting it to continue in the coming year.
MacArthur “Genius” Sends Carolina Graduates Out Into The World
The final class of 2013 turned its tassels Sunday in the Dean Smith Center as 1,104 Carolina students became UNC alumni.
Poll: McCrory’s Approval Rating Improves From Lowpoint In Sept
"The reason his numbers have gotten better is simply the Legislature being home and the State government being less in the spotlight," Jensen says.
Art’s Angle: A Day To Remember
Kentucky was taller and more talented. Carolina was tougher. That about sums up how the Tar Heels outlasted the Wildcats in one of the greatest games ...
Holiday Events To Check Out In Chapel Hill
The holiday season is in full swing, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate in Downtown Chapel Hill.
Court Will Wait Until 2015 To Weigh Challenges to NC Voting Laws
A federal judge ruled the court will not hear a lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s controversial voting bill before 2015.
Bobcats Blow Lead, Fall To Lakers At Home, 88-85
The Charlotte Bobcats blew a late lead and a chance to hand the Los Angeles Lakers a devastating blow with an 88-85 loss Friday night at Time Warner C...
More Famous Jameis: Winston Wins Heisman Trophy
Jameis Winston has won the Heisman Trophy, making the Florida State quarterback the second straight freshman to win the award.
McAdoo Emerges as ‘Giant Killer’ Carolina Edges Kentucky 82-77
The No. 21 North Carolina Tar Heels scraped their way to a gritty 82-77 victory over the No.10 Kentucky Wildcats in a raucous atmosphere inside the D...
UNC Women’s Basketball Crushes Charleston Southern, 100-49
The No. 15 UNC women’s basketball team opened each half with double-digit runs on route to a 100-49 win over Charleston Southern Saturday afternoon.
Rains Nearly Hold Off For Chapel Hill-Carrboro Holiday Parade
A forecast of a 100-percent chance of rain didn't keep too many people away, and the rains nearly held off long enough for the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Ho...
“Goodnight Carolina” Comes To App Market
You can now follow the book “Good Night Carolina” through Chapel Hill with a phone app.
December UNC Graduates To Turn Their Tassels Sunday
MacArthur genius grant recipient and world renowned concussion expert, Kevin Guskiewicz will usher UNC graduates into their next phase of life as the ...
Back in Action: UNC Women Host Charleston Southern in Carmichael
UNC leads the nation in field goal defense, allowing a mere 30.1 shooting percentage from the field for their opponents.
Franklin, Main Streets To Close Saturday AM For Holiday Parade
Santa makes his way down Franklin Street Saturday morning for the annual Chapel Hill-Carrboro Holiday Parade.
A Brush With Kindess Works To Bring Velma Perry Home
“This is sort of a Christmas miracle..."
Former UNC player Graves Arrested for Drugs at Roy Williams-owned Home
WTVD reports that police say Graves consented to a home search on Pinehurst Drive on Dec. 6.
Tar Heel Baseball Signs Top Players In Three States
The UNC baseball program signed 17 of the nation’s top prep baseball student-athletes and one junior college player to National Letters of Intent du...
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Orange County Man Wins Humanitarian Award
An Orange County resident won a humanitarian award in a state-wide competition, for his volunteer work in the community.
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Detours For Holiday Parade; December FREE Parking; Winter Buses
Chapel Hill Transit will implement detours due to street closures for the Chapel Hill Holiday Parade this Saturday.