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  • In the fight of his life

    A win in Carlos Olmeda’s third professional fight may not save him from deportation to Mexico. But boxing may have saved his life, no matter where he ends up living it.

Luke DeCock

With deportation looming, a Raleigh boxer finds himself in the fight of his life

A win Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017 in Carlos Olmeda’s third professional fight may not save him from deportation to Mexico. But boxing may have saved his life, no matter where he ends up living it.

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At UNC, a night for celebration, one way or another

It was impossible to separate the university-sanctioned celebration of North Carolina's 2017 national title at Late Night with Roy on Friday from the chancellor-discouraged celebration of the NCAA's inability to bring any sanctions against the university for the long-running scandal that has loomed over the school, in various manifestations, for seven years.

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