News & Sports Archive
UNC Reaches Out To Help Ryan Hoffman
UNC Athletic Director Bubba Cunningham says he and others at the university are looking to find a way to help the former offensive lineman.
UNC System President Ross Responds to Governor’s Budget
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Highlights of Gov. Pat McCrory’s $21.5 billion spending plan released Thursday for the 2015-16 fiscal year. Unless otherw...
Transparency at UNC
The University of North Carolina has been under an intense microscope in recent years, dealing with questions from an academic scandal that spanned ne...
UNC Graduate Program in Spotlight
The graduate program at UNC was put under the microscope in an article in Sunday’s News and Observer after revelations were made that special permis...
UNC Women’s Basketball – ACC Tournament Second Round
The UNC Women’s Basketball team made the short trip down I-40 to take on Georgia Tech in the Second Round of the 2015 Women’s ACC Tourname...
Tar Heels Take Down GT in First Round of ACC’s
Stephanie Mavunga led the Tar Heels to the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament Thursday night with a game-high 23 points over Georgia Tech in an 84-64...
Stakes Are High For Duke-Carolina, Round Two
The Tar Heels have the chance to end the regular season with an exclamation point Saturday night in the Smith Center, as is generally the case when th...
UNC-Duke Rivalry Hits the Diamond
It’s UNC-Duke Week in Chapel Hill, and while most of the attention is on Saturday night’s basketball game, Coach Mike Fox and his 8-3, 11th ranked...
Chancellor Emeritus Moeser: Campus Climate Change at UNC
UNC Chancellor Emeritus James Moeser is calling on residents of North Carolina to stand up for the state’s universities. Anxiety has fallen on much ...
Tar Heel Take: NC State
Join Kylie McCoy and Avery Trendel behind the scenes of UNC’s heartbreaking loss to rival N.C. State. Featuring music this week by Preston Carlson ...
UNC Study: Too Easy For Teens To Get E-cigarettes Online
A new UNC study shows just how easily teens can buy e-cigarettes online, in violation of state law.
Eve Carson Scholarship Carries on Her Memory
Thursday marks the anniversary of a day that many in the Chapel Hill community will never forget. March 5, 2008, Eve Carson was shot and killed. At a ...
Oakes’ Outlook: Coming Alive Again
I like to write outside. It’s where I always think most clearly. That’s one of the reasons this harsh N.C. winter has been so hard for me....
Tigers Battle Weather, Endurance in State Tournament
The fact that the Chapel Hill High girls’ basketball team is the final local team remaining in the state playoffs is predictable, but their path to ...
UNC Baseball Beats VCU in Dramatic Fashion
A walk-off wild pitch capped off a crazy ending at Boshamer Stadium on Wednesday, handing the 11th ranked UNC baseball team a 6-5 win over the VCU Ram...
WBB to Open ACC Tournament on Thursday at 8 p.m.
North Carolina is headed back to the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament in the Greensboro Coliseum as a No. 6 seed.
March 4, 2015
WCHL Morning Show Hour 1: http://audio.chapelboro.com.s3.amazonaws.com/MORNING%20SHOW%20HOUR%201.mp3 WCHL Morning Show Hour 2: http://audio.chapelboro...
Center on Law and Gov’t Voluntarily Closes
The decision of the UNC Board of Governors to close three centers across the UNC System has drawn a lot of attention over the last few days. The Cente...
2 Tar Heels on Women’s All-ACC Team
With the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament ready to get started on Wednesday, the conference announced their All-ACC teams on Tuesday. Two sophomore...
BOCC Considers Advisory Group for Proposed $125M Bond Package
The Orange County Board of Commissioners is working out which elements to include in a proposed $125 million bond package. If approved, this would fun...