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Panthers fire head coach Ron Rivera after nine seasons


Dale Earnhardt Jr. aboard plane that crashed in Tennessee


Hurricanes beat Islanders 5-2, take 3-0 series lead


Rob Gronkowski dents New England's Super Bowl trophy


Syracuse hoops coach Boeheim strikes, kills pedestrian on highway


HURTS TO WATCH: Blocked shot goes horribly wrong!


ACC Network to launch Aug. 22, will air GT-Clemson game


Scottie Montgomery out as ECU football coach


Mack Brown 'excited' by challenge ahead with UNC


Special teen scores special touchdown


Macy resigns as women's basketball coach at ECU amid review of program


FINAL SCORE: ECU 41, UNC 19


World Surf League to offer equal prize money to women


North Carolina A&T knocks off FBS team for 3rd straight year


Meyers helps NC State beat James Madison 24-13 in opener


Defense keys California's 24-17 win over North Carolina


NC State: NCAA approves waiver for Missouri transfer Harris


Former ECU Women's Basketball coach and Olympic gold medalist Anne Donovan dies


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Former officer charged with hurting ex-wife now accused in her murder

Megan Louise Montgomery, 31, who volunteered for the Greater Birmingham Humane Society, was found face down in a parking lot with two gunshot wounds.

Husband of missing Texas mother arrested for her murder after human remains found

Hood County Sheriff's Office Investigators and Texas Rangers arrested Edward Michael Pautenis for the murder of his wife Jennifer “Jenn” Pautenis who has been missing since October 20 from her home in Granbury, Texas.

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Those aged 13 to 29 make up almost 40 percent of such patients. Distraction was a major culprit.

Chicago police superintendent's firing raises hopes mayor can fix department

Mayor Lori Lightfoot's decision to oust Johnson this week "shows how serious she is about wanting to clean up the department," one observer said.

Feds charge two Russian hackers in sweeping malware attack on U.S.

Maksim Yakubets and Igor Turashev are allegedly responsible for tens of millions of dollars in damages, and the attacks netted them over $3 million.