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Duke and North Carolina played an all-time classic and here are just some of the best plays.
Despite being bitter rivals, the Blue Devils and Tar Heels came together to honor the late Dean Smith.
The UNC student newspaper has a pretty great weather report for this week.
A remarkable streak will come to an end this Wednesday at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
PETA is working to stop the use of living opossums in Brasstown, North Carolina's annual New Year's Eve event known as 'The Possum Drop'.
Yes, Michael Jordan used to wear Converse, and yes, those shoes are in high demand apparently.
North Carolina's Alan Martin became an Internet star for his use of the Olive Garden Pasta Pass, and now his story has a healthy ending.
One Olive Garden fan has used his Endless Pasta Pass to eat more than $1,510 worth of his favorite meals.
This guy is actually probably lucky that he sold fake drugs to an undercover cop and not, say, a violent drug addict.
"HELLO THERE FELLAZ, ARE U iN NEED OF TWO SEXY YOUNG TWINS WITH EXCELLENT TALENT."
These redheaded twins got into prostitution and got caught. Never go into prostitution with your siblings, or ever.
A North Carolina man recorded a video of himself sweating in a scorching car to illustrate how dangerous it is for kids and pets.
After a high school senior stripped on stage at his graduation, officials are refusing to give him his actual diploma.
This North Carolina man decided that Wal-Mart was the place to go to in order to suck random toes.
A veteran hunter has become an Internet celebrity thanks to an enormous wild boar that he shot and killed last month.
This Carolina/Duke managers game brawl is violent, and also looks like it was uploaded with a pocket calculator. Still, elbow violence.
A North Carolina man was shocked to find a routine treatment for a snake bite turn into the hospital overcharging him for $700 worth of meds.
This week the Daily Show made Don Yelton famous. Now he's been forced to resign his post within the Republican party, but he has no regrets.
Last night the Daily Show ran a piece on the slew of new "anti-voter fraud" legislation being passed in the South. Meet Don Yelton, one of the men behind it.