5-Pound Dog Died Saving His Family From A Bear, Mother SaysA woman in North Carolina says her family's dog died a hero after he managed to save them from a bear that wandered into their home.
Teacher Punishes 10-Year-Old For Calling Her 'Ma'am,' Parents ClaimThe parents of a North Carolina boy are demanding answers after they say their child was punished for addressing his teacher as "ma'am."
Alligator Hunting Allowed In North Carolina For First Time In 45 YearsFor the first time in nearly five decades, a small group of hunters in North Carolina will be able to hunt alligators this year.
Police: Boy's Lemonade Stand Robbed At Gunpoint For $17Luckily the boy was not hurt and now a local hardware store has stepped up to help the young man's landscaping business.
Falling Tree Kills 2 Journalists Reporting on Severe WeatherThe television news anchor and a photojournalist colleague were killed Monday in North Carolina while covering the very fringes of the large system.
Cat Saved After Walking 12 Miles To Family Who Rejected HimA cat named Toby missed his former owners so much that he walked 12 miles to be with them again.
UNC: Point Guard Joel Berry II Out 4 weeks With Broken HandNorth Carolina point guard Joel Berry II will miss about four weeks after suffering a broken bone in his right hand.
NCAA 'Could Not Conclude' Academic Violations In UNC CaseNorth Carolina has avoided major penalties after an NCAA infractions committee panel "could not conclude" there were academic violations in the multi-year case focused on irregular courses.
Protesters Topple Confederate Statue In North CarolinaA diverse crowd of dozens cheered as the statue of a soldier holding a rifle fell to the ground in front of an old courthouse building that now houses local government offices.
Pitt Releases Johnson To Play At UNC As Graduate TransferPittsburgh has released guard Cameron Johnson to play immediately at North Carolina as a graduate transfer.
U-M Pitted Against National Champ UNC In B1G/ACC ChallengeThe 14-game event will be played over a four-day period -- Monday through Thursday, Nov. 27-30.