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  • Doctor: Surgery stabilizes Tulane player's spine

    Tulane football player Devon Walker's fractured spine was stabilized in a three-hour surgery Sunday, though it's too soon to tell whether he will be paralyzed from the injury he suffered while making a tackle, the team's doctor said.


  • Tulane player stable after surgery on spine

    Loved ones and teammates of a Tulane University football player who fractured his spine while making a tackle will face an agonizing wait to learn how serious the injury is and whether it will leave him paralyzed.


  • ** FILE ** In this photo provided by the University of Tulsa, Tulane's Devon Walker, bottom right, and Julius Warmsley (92) tackle Tulsa's Kenny Welcome, bottom left, during the first half of an NCAA college football game in Tulsa, Okla., Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012. (AP Photo/University of Tulsa, John Lew)

    Devon Walker: Surgery stabilizes Tulane safety's spine

    Tulane football player Devon Walker's fractured spine was stabilized in a three-hour surgery Sunday, though it's too soon to tell whether he will be paralyzed from the injury he suffered while making a tackle, the team's doctor said.


  • Doctor: Unclear if Tulane player is paralyzed

    It's too soon to tell if Tulane safety Devon Walker will be paralyzed as the result of a spinal fracture he suffered while making a tackle, and the full extent of his injury may not be known for days, the team's doctor said Sunday.


  • Doctor: Surgery stabilizes Tulane player's spine

    Tulane football player Devon Walker's fractured spine was stabilized in a three-hour surgery Sunday, though it's too soon to tell whether he will be paralyzed from the injury he suffered while making a tackle, the team's doctor said.


  • Greg Stewart, a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, displays a sample of the latest Civil War sesquicentennial tag that is being sold (left), adjacent to the current tag. A fight is brewing over a proposal for a license plate honoring an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan. (Associated Press)

    Confederate car tag proposal revs up a row

    A fight is brewing in Mississippi over a proposal to issue specialty license plates honoring Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest, who was an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan.


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