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FIRST ON 3: CFPUA tables vote on holiday bonuses for employees

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video Recent decisions by Wilmington City Council and the Brunswick County School Board to hand out employee bonuses have upset many tax payers. The question of pay hikes during the down economy was up for debate again this morning; this time by the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue vetoes death-row racial bias bill

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North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue has vetoed a bill that would have essentially repealed a 2009 law designed to address alleged racial bias in death penalty cases. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: UNCW to consider tuition hike Friday

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Students at UNCW could be in store for yet another tuition and fee hike. The Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting Friday. Full story...
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Billy Graham's son says father is recovering well

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The Rev. Franklin Graham says his father, evangelist Billy Graham, is recovering well from his latest bout of pneumonia. Full story...
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Time names 'The Protester' as 'Person of Year'

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"The Protester" has been named Time's "Person of the Year" for 2011. Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - Dec. 13

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video On Tuesday night we featured high school basketball action from Leland and Wilmington. Click full story to see the complete high school basketball scoreboard from Tuesday night's play. Click play video to see it all in case you weren't with us Tuesday night at 11 for sports. This includes a jolly man in red. Yes, Santa made an appearance in Leland for a high school basketball game. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Former band teacher pleads guilty, relationship with student detailed

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video It's been nearly a year since a former North Brunswick High School band director was accused of sexting a student. Today Mark Riel pleaded guilty. WWAY was the only media outlet in the courtroom as Riel entered his plea. Full story...
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Local drivers doubt cell phone ban while driving

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video The National Transportation Safety Board says after completing its investigation into a deadly car crash in Missouri, it found that texting caused the accident that killed two people and injured 38 others. The NTSB is now recommending that every state ban the use of cell phones, hand-held or hands free, behind the wheel. Drivers in Wilmington say they don’t think it will work. Full story...
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