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The Tar Heels were losing against the Liberty Flames midway through the third quarter, but then North Carolina scored 28 points in less than four minutes to take control of the game.
Led by a record-setting performance by senior wide receiver Justin Hardy, East Carolina picked up its first win as members of the American Athletic Conference by batting down NC Central 52-7 on Saturday in both team’s season opener.
QB Jacoby Brissett threw three touchdowns in the second half to lead NC State to a 24-23 comeback win over Georgia Southern at Carter-Finley Stadium.
A single-engine Cessna traveling from Louisville, Ky., to Elizabeth City crashed into trees and buses in a Granville County subdivision after disappearing from controllers’ radar late Thursday.
North Carolina starts the season on Saturday at home against Liberty, which we can all agree should be the Tar Heels' easiest game of the season. But what about the second-easiest game? And what's the most difficult? Here is the Tar Heels' 2014 football schedule broken down, most difficult game ...
Police in Raleigh charged a Virginia man late Thursday with trafficking in both heroin and opiates.
A Michigan State researcher finds that organ donations increase in states where safety laws are relaxed to let motorcyclists ride without protective helmets. But should public officials tout the effect of fatal accidents on organ-donation rates?
The proposal moves the McCrory administration, the House and health care providers closer to the position of Senate Republicans, who want to shift Medicaid to managed care entities that would take all responsibility for budget overruns.
Lolly Wolly Doodle makes most of its sales through Facebook, using social media in a way that giant retailers have yet to manage.
Three bills heading for debate in the N.C. General Assembly involve midwives and nurse-midwives, who proponents say could play a major role in serving women in rural areas of the state.