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Archive - Feb 2007

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Boseman bill could speed up sewer repairs

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It's a potentially controversial idea to speed up Wilmington's sewer repairs. State and local lawmakers are working together to expedite repairs to Wilmington's troubled sewer system. The latest development: Sen. Julia Boseman has introduced a bill that would give the city the power of eminent domain. Full story...
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FDA suggests stockpiling avian flu vaccine

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There have been 160 cases of bird flu worldwide and experts on the avian flu say it's not a question of if there will be a pandemic, but when. Wednesday the US Food and Drug administration panel recommended stockpiling the bird flu vaccine. Full story...
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Hurricanes try to gain ground in road test at Ottawa

When the night started, the Carolina Hurricanes were clinging to the eighth spot in the NHL's Eastern Conference playoffs and facing the Ottawa Senators. Full story...

Grobe signs new 10-year deal with Wake Forest

Grobe has signed a 10-year contract, keeping him at the school he led to an improbable Atlantic Coast Conference football championship last season. Grobe says the best thing about the new contract is he doesn't have to worry about chasing other jobs. Full story...

Ties abound as ACC basketball enters final week

Three teams are tied for first place in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Three more teams are tied for last place in the ACC. There's also a tie for fifth. Full story...

Senators 4, Hurricanes 2

Wade Redden snapped a two-all tie with four-48 remaining as Ottawa pulled out a 4-to-2 win at Carolina. Full story...

Hurricanes quiet as trade deadline passes

The Carolina Hurricanes failed to pull the trigger on any last-minute trades today. The defending Stanley Cup champions remained content to keep their ten NHL-caliber defensemen in the fold and allowed the trading deadline to pass uneventfully. Full story...

Carolina still in the playoff hunt -- barely

The Carolina Hurricanes are still in the Eastern Conference playoff race, but by the slimmest margin. Full story...

Duke football player faces vehicle death charge

A Duke football player is facing charges following a two-car wreck in which the driver of the other vehicle was killed. Full story...

Panthers' defensive back takes YMCA ministry to Africa

For years, Mike Minter of the Carolina Panthers has donated money and time to the YMCA of Greater Charlotte. Now, Minter is taking his YMCA ministry to Africa. Full story...

Gambling on stamps

The Postal Regulatory Commission proposed an interesting idea Monday.

Former Seahawk heading to MLS

When David Beckham suits up for the Los Angeles Galaxy this summer, he might play against a former UNCW star. Full story...

UNCW Men get ready for CAA tourney

Taking over a team that won the CAA title and narrowly missed an upset win in the Big Dance a year ago, Benny Moss probably hoped for something a little different for his first season at UNCW. Full story...

Pirates face 3 ACC schools, West Virginia in 2007

Three Atlantic Coast Conference schools are on the 2007 East Carolina football schedule announced today. Full story...

Blue Devils back on the lacrosse field after months of turmoil

Playing their first game in eleven months, the Duke lacrosse team opened its 2007 season with a 17-to-11 victory over Dartmouth. It was a triumphant return for the Blue Devils, whose season was canceled last spring amid the rape allegations against three players. Full story...