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JP Tokoto cut by Philadelphia 76ers

Former North Carolina men's basketball player J.P. Tokoto was released by the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers on Monday, according to tweets from multiple reporters who cover the team.


Incoming freshman Avery Edwards charged with felony larceny

Avery Edwards, an incoming freshman tight end for the North Carolina football team, was arrested on May 23 at 3301 Hammond Road in Raleigh and charged with felony larceny, according to Wake County police reports. He appeared in court on Thursday.


Carolina Performing Arts announces its 2014-2015 season

Carolina Performing Arts announced their 2014-2015 season today. Next season's performances will include the Mariinsky Orchestra, Silk Road Ensemble members with Yo-Yo Ma, Brazilian singer Milton Nascimento and others.A complete list of next season's performances can be found here.


UNC baseball releases 2014 schedule

The North Carolina baseball team has released its 2014 season schedule. The Tar Heels will open with 16 consecutive games at home, beginning with a Valentine’s Day opener again the College of Charleston.


President's visit a traffic-stopper

President Obama’s visit to Chapel Hill might cause a surge of patriotism. It will probably cause some die-hard political science students to swoon. But Chapel Hill Transit is warning customers that it will definitely cause road delays and bus detours. Check out the detour schedules from the Chapel Hill Transit press release here.