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Science Behind Hotly-Debated Keystone XL Pipeline
The Keystone XL Pipeline has been part of a controversy-filled discussion among lawmakers over the last few years. And the new Republican-led Congress...
CH Parking Fund Depleted As 140 West Revenues Lag
Though it’s been open to the public for a year and half, the 140 West Parking Deck isn’t generating as much money as expected.
Funeral Arrangements Set for Stuart Scott
The funeral arrangements for legendary Tar Heel and ESPN sportscaster Stuart Scott have been set for this weekend in Raleigh. Scott died, on Sunday, a...
“Vision 2030″ Public Information Session Thursday Night in Hillsborough
Hillsborough will hold a public information session, scheduled for Thursday night, concerning the vision town leaders have for Hillsborough in the yea...
Orange County Rabies Cases on the Rise in 2014
Rabies cases throughout Orange County were up sharply for 2014 when compared to previous years. Orange County Animal Services Director Bob Marotto say...
Marcus Paige Weighs In On Tar Heels
The humble Paige, although not very vocal, remains the unquestioned leader of the 11-3 Tar Heels and recently weighed in on the state of the team.
‘Stay Indoors’ As Frigid Weather Is On The Way
Temperatures will fall drastically Wednesday and remain through the weekend.
Staples Data Hack Hits Chapel Hill Shoppers
Staples Inc. has contacted Chapel Hill shoppers to let them know their credit card information may have been compromised in a December data hack.
Chizik Hiring Slowed By Background Investigation
Despite widespread reports last week that UNC football would name Gene Chizik as its new defensive coordinator, sources close to the university and at...
Chapel Hill Transit Needs $80M to Hire Staff, Replace Old Buses
"At this moment, operations are not financially sustainable in the long term so we’ve got to do something."
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.
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.