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2012: The Year in Review

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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- As 2012 nears a close it's time to take a look back at the year that was.

From a record-setting year for Hollywood East and championship seasons for some area teams to high-profile arrests and an election year dominated by the debate over a ballpark, 2012 was a year to remember. We'll also say goodbye to some folks who left us this year.

Join Ashley Jacobs and Tim Buckley Christmas morning for "2012: The Year in Review." They'll recap all the big stories in news, weather and sports in the Cape Fear from 2012. Plus, get some expert tips as you plan your own New Year's Eve celebration!

This special edition of "Good Morning Carolina" is our Christmas present to you!

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WWAY has a lot of nerve. I

WWAY has a lot of nerve. I just watched the 5 pm newscast and saw the story about saying goodby to some folks that left us this year. I could not believe that you would show the face of a common criminal and Andy Griffith in the same story. And yes, I am talking about connie tindall. I was in Wilmington during the riots, and the 10 were nothing more than criminals. All we hear is how the 10 was wrongly accused, but we hear nothing about the police officers that were actually shot during the riots while trying to protect the citizens of Wilmington. I can not say that they were shot by any member of the 10 , but there was 5 or 6 that were shot during the violence of that period , and the 10 were a big part of that violence.connie tindall's face has no place with the other honorable North Carolina people featured in your story.