No. 9 North Carolina overpowers Stanford in Jerod Haase-Roy Williams reunion

STANFORD — There are reasons why North Carolina was willing to play at Maples Pavilion on Monday night for the first time since Michael Jordan wore Tar Heel blue. “Nobody does that,” Stanford coach Jerod Haase said last weekend, when asked about a college basketball super power playing a non-conference road game at a campus Read more about No. 9 North Carolina overpowers Stanford in Jerod Haase-Roy Williams reunion[…]

North Carolina’s senators oppose President Trump’s EPA nominee

North Carolina’s two Republican senators say they oppose President Donald Trump’s pick to oversee chemical safety at the Environmental Protection Agency, putting his nomination at serious risk. Senators Richard Burr and Thom Tillis issued statements Wednesday saying they will vote against Michael Dourson to serve as head of EPA’s Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Read more about North Carolina’s senators oppose President Trump’s EPA nominee[…]

Everything you need to know about voting in North Carolina on Tuesday

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 7 — when North Carolinians will go to the polls to vote for mayors, city councils and referenda. Statewide, 92 counties are holding elections in November. Ballots in hundreds of municipalities across the state will include a total of nearly 1,100 contests, including 33 referenda. Here’s everything you need to Read more about Everything you need to know about voting in North Carolina on Tuesday[…]

Tiny-house development causing big trouble in North Carolina neighborhood

Tiny homes may lower property value, southern homeowners say “Tiny homes are nice, but not in this area,” Charlotte resident Joe Black tells Fox News. Tiny homes are the newest environmentally friendly living trend, with tiny-living communities popping up all over the U.S. In fact, there are more than 30 tiny-home developments across the country, Read more about Tiny-house development causing big trouble in North Carolina neighborhood[…]

North Carolina star Joel Berry II breaks his hand after losing in video game

North Carolina will be without star point guard Joel Berry for the first four weeks of the season. It was revealed on Wednesday that he broke his hand after losing to a teammate in a video game and punching a door.( North Carolina coach Roy Williams revealed how star point guard Joel Berry II broke Read more about North Carolina star Joel Berry II breaks his hand after losing in video game[…]

Hokies eager to get back to work when North Carolina visits

Virginia Tech returns from a week off for self-scouting and healing with a pretty clear sense of the challenge ahead. The Hokies (5-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) are a game behind No. 8 Miami and Virginia in the loss column in the ACC’s Coastal Division, and they can’t really afford to stumble before playing both Read more about Hokies eager to get back to work when North Carolina visits[…]

N.C.A.A.: North Carolina Will Not Be Punished for Academic Scandal

Coach Roy Williams and the North Carolina men’s basketball team after winning the 2005 national championship game. Several members of that team took fraudulent “paper” classes. CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — The N.C.A.A. did not dispute that the University of North Carolina was guilty of running one of the worst academic fraud schemes in college sports Read more about N.C.A.A.: North Carolina Will Not Be Punished for Academic Scandal[…]

KKK distributes flyers outside North Carolina football game criticizing removal of Confederate statues

The Ku Klux Klan chose to target a high school football game for its defense of Confederate statues, sending a North Carolina school district scrambling to determine why the racist organization chose a high school football game as the ideal ground on which to spread targeted racist propaganda. As reported by the News & Observer, Read more about KKK distributes flyers outside North Carolina football game criticizing removal of Confederate statues[…]