Here's the highlights from the Chapel Hill Police reports for Oct. 12 - Oct. 14.
According to the N.C. State professor who spoke out about Judge Brett Kavanaugh's drinking habits, he wasn't out to prevent his peer's confirmation, but just to tell the truth.
Chapel Hill Police blotter for Sept. 29 through Oct. 2
The Chapel Hill Town Council, including Mayor Pam Hemminger, sent a letter to UNC Chancellor Carol Folt, the University's Board of Governors and its Board of Trustees to ask for the permanent relocation of Silent Sam from McCorkle Place to one that puts the monument in a historical context.
After several days of rain during Hurricane Florence, Chapel Hill is finally back to nearly normal.
Here's a list of the flood-prone areas in Chapel Hill as of Monday morning:
As of Friday, three people have died due to damage during Hurricane Florence.
Duke Energy is sending crews when possible to assess damage, but full repairs are unlikely during the hurricane as the company awaits full storm impacts.
At the protest against Confederate monument Silent Sam on Monday night, a Chapel Hill police officer was photographed with an anti-government tattoo on his arm.
Chancellor Carol Folt announces why UNC is partnering with United Health Foundation. Gary Marchionini, dean of the UNC School of Information and Library Science, left, Gov. Roy Cooper, right, and UnitedHealth Group CEO David Wichmann, far right, were also in attendance for the announcement.