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Asheville Citizen Times has new update
2 hours ago Ingles Athlete of the Week: De'Ante Green
Asheville Christian Academy senior De'Ante Green is the Citizen Times' Athlete of the Week!       
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A Buncombe County lawsuit alleges a doctor's erroneous penicillin prescription caused patient to suffer allergic reaction - including a heart attack.       
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1 day ago UNC vs. Wake Forest: Game Thread
Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports The Heels get another crack at a Q1 win. We are just moments away from the North Carolina Tar Heels squaring off against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons in Winston-Salem. After a rough loss against Miami, the Heels have a chance to earn their first Q1 win of the season against a very good Demon Deacons team. If you’re looking for any sign that things could work out in the Tar Heels’ favor, Wake lost to Miami as well, though not in such depressing fashion. When looking at more specific aspects of both the Heels and the Deacs, these teams near-perfect mirrors of each other in points per game, points allowed, and field goal percentage. It should be a really good game, but of course that all depends on if the effortless version of UNC gets left in Chapel Hill and the determined team shows up to play. The bad news is that the team will be without Anthony Harris for the rest of the season, but the good news is that Armando Bacot is healthy and available for tonight’s game after taking a hard fall in the Miami game. Unlike the game against the Hurricanes, however, Bacot will not have a size advantage over the Wake Forest: senior center Dallas Walton weighs in at 7’0, 230-lbs. Being smaller than his defender hasn’t been a problem for Bacot in the past, so hopefully it won’t be much of an issue in tonight’s game. As always, we’ll be back after the game with some post-game analysis and takes. Until then, Go Heels!
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2 days ago UNC vs. Wake Forest: How to Watch
Photo by Peter Joneleit/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Can the Tar Heels bounce back tonight against the Demon Deacons? Tuesday’s game against Miami could not have gone any worse for North Carolina. In losing by 28, the Tar Heels took another annoying loss in a season that’s featured mor than one so far. To try and bounce back from that, Carolina will now hit the road again, this time heading to Winston-Salem to take on Wake Forest. The Demon Deacons have gotten off to a very solid start to the season under second-year coach Steve Forbes. With a 15-4 record, Wake has gotten themselves into a position to possibly get an NCAA Tournament bid, with several early Bracketology sources putting them currently in the field of 68. Between that and the fact that this is on the road, it’s going to be another tough test for UNC. If you’re not joining the team at Wake tonight, here’s everything you need to know about how to catch the action: Time: 8 PM ET Location: Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum - Winston-Salem, NC TV: ACC Network with Jay Alter and Malcolm Huckaby on the call Radio: Tar Heel Sports Network (list of affiliates) with Jones Angell on play-by-play, and Eric Montross as analyst. THSN is available online through GoHeels.com, The Varsity Network and the TuneIn app. On Sirius XM, the THSN broadcast will air on channel 371. Streaming: The ACCN broadcast is available on Watch ESPN Line: UNC +3 Go Heels!

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