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December 11, 2015 3:16 PM

Superstitious fans, coach try to bring Panthers luck on quest for 13-0

Carolina head coach Ron Rivera keeps same barber, same breakfast, same seat on bus

Panthers fans swear by lucky jerseys, lucky food, lucky socks

Players have decided post-practice meal catered by Bojangles’ also helps good fortune

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Wells Fargo CEO answers questions about jobs that were shipped over seas

She said, he said: How Cam Newton's low-risk practice routine affects him, the team 1:48

She said, he said: How Cam Newton's low-risk practice routine affects him, the team

Cameron Roseman-Sinclair interception seals Myers Park win 0:58

Cameron Roseman-Sinclair interception seals Myers Park win

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​'We have a mass casualty incident.' First responders on deaths of 2 NC prison workers.

FBI beefs up investigation into long-running mystery of missing NC girl
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FBI beefs up investigation into long-running mystery of missing NC girl

Jews celebrate New Year, start of High Holy Days at Temple Beth El in Charlotte 1:28

Jews celebrate New Year, start of High Holy Days at Temple Beth El in Charlotte

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Charlotte couple reunited after 60+ years apart

  • Charlotte police release body camera video of Keith Lamont Scott shooting

    WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department released body and dash-cam videos of the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott on Saturday after days of mounting public pressure. In a press conference, Chief Kerr Putney said while the videos show no “absolute, definitive visual evidence" that the 43-year-old black man had a gun in his hand, other evidence from the scene does prove it.