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Hurricanes return home to face Blue Jackets
RALEIGH, N.C. -- The Columbus Blue Jackets are assessing solutions to fill a hole in the lineup while the Carolina Hurricanes are in need of upgrades in several areas. The Metropolitan Division teams meet Saturday night at PNC Arena, where the Hurricanes haven't played on home ice in two weeks. Colu
No. 20 Tennessee welcomes its return to national spotlight
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee typically isn't a very hospitable host to defending national champions. A rare sellout crowd will try to make sure that pattern continues Sunday when No. 7 North Carolina faces the 20th-ranked Volunteers in Knoxville for the first time since 1949. Tennessee has won
Warning bells issued for North Carolina peanuts
Stan Winslow, left, discusses peanut production with North Carolina peanut specialist David Jordan, during the fall meeting of the North Carolina Agricultural Consultants Association in Raleigh. Among North Carolina Peanut Specialist David Jordan's concerns are the future availability and effective
Jon Reep, may never shake off the 'Hemi guy' label. This 'Last Comic Standing' winner is OK with that.
Extreme conditions are following Jon Reep. "I just left the wildfires of Southern California and now I'm out in the ice and snow of Charlotte," Reep says in a phone interview. "I was looking up at the mountains from where I live in Studio City and it looked like lava. And now I'm in North Carolina
Duke Women's Basketball: Will Injuries Derail 2017-18 Season?
RALEIGH, NC - MARCH 21: The Duke Blue Devils mascot flexes in the first half as the Blue Devils take on the Mercer Bears in the second round of the 2014 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at PNC Arena on March 21, 2014 in Raleigh, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)The Duke Women's
A wish granted for Canes fan: Durham teen cancer-free, headed to Winter Classic
Lucas Pennachi will spend New Year's Day 2018 at the NHL Winter Classic in New York, bundled up in the cold but happy as he watches the New York Rangers and Buffalo Sabres in the outdoor game at Citi Field. Lucas, 17, will be making his first trip to New York. It also will be a unique experience for
Wilmington's state legislative agenda: election status quo and recovering revenue
Editor's note: This is part one of a look at Wilmington's 2018 legislative agenda. WILMINGTON - The tense political climate of Capitol Hill is pervading in state and local politics, but what how does that attitude affect Wilmington? According to the Assistant to the City Manager for Legislative Affa