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Locals celebrate March Madness at Cape Fear bars

Men and women around the Cape Fear enjoyed loosened COVID-19 restrictions for the first time, watching the NCAA Tournament at local bars.

3 Cape Fear beaches are contenders for best southern beach town

Wrightsville Beach, Surf City, and Sunset Beach are contenders for best beach town in a national magazine's beach bracket challenge.

Fewer brackets but same number plan bets on March Madness

Fewer Americans expect to fill out brackets for the NCAA's college basketball tournament this year, but the overall number of people making bets on March Madness should remain about the same as the last time the tournament was held, according to the gambling industry's national trade association.

NCAA to allow some fans at March Madness tournaments

The NCAA will allow a limited number of fans to attend all rounds of its men's basketball tournament in Indiana and later rounds of its women's tournament in Texas.

NCAA Tournament to be played without fans

In response to concerns over the spread of coronavirus, the NCAA announced Wednesday that fans will not be able to attend championships including the 2020 NCAA Tournament.

Duke falls to Michigan State, one #1 seed left in NCAA men’s tournament

Duke had escaped its previous two games, winning them by a total of three points, but couldn't pull out this one.

Zion, Duke avoid upset, edge Virginia Tech 75-73 in NCAAs

Zion Williamson and No. 1 overall seed Duke moved into the Elite Eight by erasing a deficit and then holding on to edge No. 4-seeded Virginia Tech 75-73 on Friday night.

Hot-shooting Auburn upsets No. 1 North Carolina 97-80

Behind yet another 3-point barrage, No. 5 seed Auburn overcame a slow start to roar past top-seeded North Carolina 97-80 in the Midwest Region semifinals Friday night.

Man picks perfect NCAA tourney bracket heading into Sweet 16

The NCAA says an Ohio man has made history with a March Madness bracket that's perfect through the tournament's first 48 games.

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