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.
North Carolina Fugitive Arrested In OswegoA wanted fugitive from North Carolina was captured earlier this month in west suburban Oswego.
A Weakening Matthew Rakes Atlantic Coast; US Death Toll At 9 A fast-weakening Hurricane Matthew continued its march along the Atlantic coast Saturday, lashing two of the South's most historic cities and some of its most popular resort islands, flattening trees, swamping streets and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands.
States Of Emergency Declared Due To Threat Of Hurricane MatthewFlorida and North Carolina declare state of emergency due to the threat of Hurricane Matthew.
Homewood Woman Among 2 Students Fatally Shot In North CarolinaAlisia Dieudonne, a sophomore at North Carolina A & T State, was not the intended target, local police say.
Emanuel Seeking To Lure N.C. Businesses To Chicago Over Law Blocking Anti-Discrimination RulesThe new law in North Carolina not only seems to clear the way for discrimination based on sexual orientation or identity, but it also requires transgender people to use restrooms based on their gender at birth.
As More States Legislate Transgender Americans' Bathroom Use, Illinois Eyes Its Own BillNorth Carolina's bill shares some similarities with a bill proposed by Illinois legislators, but also many differences.
Notre Dame Beats UNC, 90-82, To Win ACC TitleJerian Grant had 24 points.
North Carolina Coaching Great Dean Smith Dies At 83Smith won two national championships at North Carolina, an Olympic gold medal in 1976 and was inducted into basketball's Hall of Fame more than a decade before he left the bench.
No. 13 Notre Dame Holds Off No. 18 North Carolina, 71-70Zach Auguste's basket off an offensive rebound with 1:07 left helped No. 13 Notre Dame hold off No. 18 North Carolina.
“Oh God, It’s Mom” Bickering Brothers Lectured on National TV
Bernstein: Massive UNC Scandal Fails To ShockThe more we learn of schools and the NCAA, the more sympathetic we are for the athletes taking advantage of a corrupt system.