News & Sports Archive
CH Town Council Member Czajkowski Stepping Down For Rwanda Move
Chapel Hill Town Council member Matt Czajkowski announced Monday he's stepping down at the end of March.
Roy Williams Wants More Help From Fans In N.C. State Rivalry Rematch
Tuesday night at 8 p.m., the No. 15 North Carolina men’s basketball team, 19-8 overall with a 9-5 mark in the ACC, will square off with its rival fr...
Diamond Heels Look to Bounce Back Against St. John’s
After returning home from Orlando early Monday morning, the 11th ranked Tar Heel baseball team are going right back to work; putting their 4-2 record ...
OC Health Department Receives Funding Help
The Orange County Health Department Dental Clinic received a $4,000 check from the Delta Dental Foundation, last Friday. This money is meant to assist...
Measles Outbreak Sparks Vaccination Debate
A Measles outbreak across portions of the United States has sparked concern from parents here in Orange County and enflamed the debate over vaccinatio...
Chapel Hill Police Buy 40 Rifles To Equip Patrol Cars
In a recent memo to the Town Council, Chapel Hill Police Chief Chris Blue says the police department purchased 40 rifles to meet a long-standing goal ...
Final Farewell: Coach Smith Cherished, Celebrated By Those He Loved
The life and legacy of Dean Smith was publicly celebrated Sunday afternoon in the Carolina basketball showpiece that bears his name, the Dean E. Smith...
UCLA Offense Too Much for UNC in Series Clincher
Third baseman Chris Keck drove in four runs to lead the #4 UCLA Bruins to a 12-4 victory in the rubber match of their three game set with the #6 Diamo...
February 20, 2015
WCHL Morning News Hour 1: http://audio.chapelboro.com.s3.amazonaws.com/WCHL%20MORNING%20NEWS%20HOUR%201_022015.mp3 WCHL Morning News Hour 2: http://au...
#6 UNC Strikes Back in Game 2 to Even Series With #4 UCLA
A burst of late offense led the #6 UNC baseball team (4-1) to a 9-6 victory in another back and forth affair with the #4 UCLA Bruins (5-1) in the seco...
Carolina Honors Coach Smith With Emphatic Victory
No, this wasn't 1982, but if you closed your eyes, it could have been. Needless to say, it was Carolina's day inside the Dean Smith Center.
East, CHHS, Orange, Cedar Ridge In Boys Basketball State Playoffs
After a week of snow, cancelled basketball tournaments and wondering what’s next, Chapel Hill, Cedar Ridge, East Chapel Hill and Orange can rest...
Tragic Gun Crimes in Chapel Hill Haven’t Swayed Lawmakers in Raleigh
Current gun controls in North Carolina are unlikely to get any tougher, following the recent murders of three college students in Chapel Hill.
Life of Dean Smith to be Honored With Public Celebration
The life of legendary coach Dean Smith will be celebrated with a public memorial at 2 PM on Sunday. The service will be held in the appropriately name...
Errors Cost Tar Heels Game 1 of Showdown With UCLA
The UCLA Bruins, ranked fourth in the most recent D1Baseball.com Top 25 Poll, triumphed over the #6 Tar Heels 8-5 Friday, in their highly anticipat...
NC State Creates Scholarship for Three Students Killed
A scholarship has been created at NC State University to honor the lives of three Muslim college students that were shot and killed earlier this month...
Carrboro Police Deploy Anti-Overdose Drug A Second Time
Carrboro Police have once again used an opioid-blocking nasal spray to save the life of an overdose victim, but questions remain about the drug involv...
Scouting Report: Georgia Tech Coach Brian Gregory
WCHL's Matt Oakes had the chance to chat with Georgia Tech men's basketball coach Brian Gregory ahead of his team's matchup with the Tar Heels in Chap...
Higher Education Contributes Over $60 Billion to NC
Higher Education Institutions across North Carolina contribute over $60 billion to the state’s economy, according to a new study. Don Hobart, Associ...
Carrboro Alderpersons Ask CAIC Partners to Start Over
“Reset, not reject.”
That was the catchphrase at Tuesday night’s Board of Aldermen meeting, as all board members confirmed that they did, ind...