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Archive - Mar 2007

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Charlotte's May done for season with knee pain

Charlotte Bobcats forward Sean May says he's done for the season because of ongoing pain in his right knee. Full story...

Hurricanes need five wins for shot at Stanley Cup playoffs

The Carolina Hurricanes have just one five-game winning streak this season. To have a chance of defending their Stanley Cup championship, they'll have to match that run, then hope for some help. Full story...

Nine months after title win, five Hurricanes expecting babies

The Carolina Hurricanes have something else to show for their Stanley Cup victory last season. Nine months after the Hurricanes won the NHL title, five current or former Hurricanes couples are about to become parents. Full story...

Man pleads guilty to drunken driving

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A man who's been slipping through the cracks of North Carolina's legal system for more than 20 years pleaded guilty Tuesday to drunken driving. John Dickinson has used at least six different identities with law enforcement and has failed to appear in court at least 10 times. But Tuesday he was forced to show up. Full story...
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Panthers G Batiste arrested on weapons charge

Carolina Panthers reserve guard D'Anthony Batiste has been arrested and charged with carrying a concealed weapon -- a misdemeanor. Full story...

Panthers sign Ball, restructure Minter's contract

The Carolina Panthers added depth to their defensive line by signing reserve end Dave Ball, and they created salary cap space by restructuring safety Mike Minter's contract. Full story...

UNC mascot dies after accident near arena

A 21-year-old University of North Carolina student who served as a mascot for the men's basketball team has died. Full story...

UNC's Hansbrough named to second team AP-All America

North Carolina forward Tyler Hansbrough has been named to The Associated Press All-America second team. Full story...

Georgetown 96, North Carolina 84, OT

Georgetown overcame an 11-point deficit in the second half, then ripped off 14 straight points in overtime to stun top-seeded North Carolina 96-84 in the East Regional final. Full story...

More security at this year's Wing Fling

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The Interpol Special Police are getting ready for a busy day Saturday at the 11th annual Wing Fling. That's because this year, they're stepping up security. Full story...
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