News & Sports Archive
Common Themes Develop Among 2015 Priorities
Flipping the calendar to a new year can cause reflection over what happened over the previous 12 months. It can provide a clean slate for starting new...
Hatchell, Heels Look To Keep Rolling In Final ACC Tune-Up
The No. 9 North Carolina women’s basketball team, 12-1 on the season, wraps up its nonconference slate Friday afternoon with a 2 p.m. tipoff at Carm...
UPDATE: Missing Chapel Hill Woman Found
Tamara Nicole Finnerson is African-American, 5'8" and 200 pounds, last seen near UNC Hospitals.
Murky Future For 2015 Football Tar Heels
In head coach Larry Fedora’s third year at the helm of the North Carolina football team, the Tar Heels finished with a 6-7 record – the first losi...
OC Commissioner Jacobs Weighs In On UNC Personnel Changes After Wainstein Report
Barry Jacobs, a local sports reporter who also serves as an Orange County Commissioner, shared some of his thoughts with WCHL’s Danny Hooley about W...
After Wainstein: One Resigns, Another Fired Pending Appeal
AFAM lecturer Tim McMillan has resigned and former faculty chair Jan Boxill has been terminated (pending appeal).
Oakes’ Outlook: The Fire Still Burns
Tuesday night served as a glaring reminder to any who may have thought UNC’s 64-year-old Hall of Fame coach had lost his edge. Folks, the fire s...
OC Sheriff’s Office: Beware of Jury Duty Phone Scam
A phone scammer claiming to be a Deputy or Officer of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office Warrants Squad is telling potential victims that they misse...
UNC Women’s Basketball Tames the Great Danes
The Tar Heel women’s basketball team improved to 12-1 with a 71-56 win over the Albany Great Danes Tuesday at Carmichael Arena. The victory was a bi...
Tar Heels Stave Off Tribe, Await ACC Play
The No. 19 North Carolina men's basketball team easily dispatched William & Mary 86-64 Tuesday evening inside the Smith Center to improve to a 10-3 m...
Unemployment In Orange County Hits Six-Year Low
November's 3.9 percent rate matches that of April 2008.
December 30, 2014
http://audio.chapelboro.com.s3.amazonaws.com/2014/12/30/Morning%20News%20Hour%201.mp3 WCHL Morning News Hour 1 http://audio.chapelboro.com.s3.amazonaw...
Chapel Hill Police Investigate Armed Robbery At Pizza Hut
Chapel Hill Police are investigating an armed robbery that took place at the Pizza Hut on South Estes Drive just after midnight on Sunday.
Carolina Welcomes Sharp-Shooting William & Mary To Chapel Hill
The No. 19 North Carolina men’s basketball team, 9-3 overall, wraps up its nonconference slate Tuesday night against 6-4 William & Mary. The Tar Hee...
Chapel Hill Drug Manufacturer Ends Agreement with Johnson & Johnson
Chapel Hill-based drug developer Pozen has been in the spotlight a lot as of late. In mid-December the FDA did not approve the company’s latest drug...
Hillsborough PD Investigating Dec 23 Shooting
An investigation is ongoing into a shooting that sent three victims to the hospital last week, in Hillsborough. Hillsborough Police Lieutenant Davis T...
Tar Heel Women Return, Take On Great Danes
The No. 9 North Carolina women’s basketball team, 11-1 on the season, returns to action Tuesday afternoon to take on 7-5 Albany at 2 p.m. inside Car...
News Around Town
Chapel Hill Police Honor Officer in Hospice, as Support Pours in from All Over NC
An effort by local law enforcement to honor a former officer has prompted and outpouring of support from police officers across the country.
2014: The Year that Carrboro Became a ‘Bee City’
Citizens of Carrboro may remember 2014 as the year that town leaders put bees on the A-list.
Varsity Theatre Needs Digital Upgrade To Stay Open
The owners of the iconic Varsity Theater on Franklin Street are looking to raise $50,000 dollars to go digital.