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Archive - Oct 2008

The Early Risers of WWAY

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videoWWAY did not have to look far to find a subject for this week's Early Risers segment. The crew responsible for getting Good Morning Carolina on the air everyday gets up earlier than most. In fact, some have backward schedules. Full story...
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Kids cast their presidential ballots

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It was a busy day at the polls for some young voters. Full story...
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Anime festival hitting town this week

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It is a big week for local anime fans. Aniwave is holding its second annual Anime Festival. Full story...
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Cape Fear Garden Club donates to community

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More than $80,000 went out into the community Tuesday to make our area a little more beautiful. Full story...
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Newborn girl found dead in garbage truck update

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NC government computer security reviews an issue

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Two state agencies - one of them State Auditor Les Merritt's office - are at odds over how Merritt has handled government computer security reviews. Full story...
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NC woman dies after being hit by bus

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Police in Chapel Hill are investigating the second incident in six months where a bus struck and killed a pedestrian. Full story...
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Memorial service scheduled for soldier

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A memorial service is scheduled to honor a Fort Bragg soldier killed by a rocket propelled grenade attack last week in Afghanistan. Full story...
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New warehouse opens at state port in Morehead City

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The state port in Morehead City has opened a new warehouse for paper, steel and lumber. Full story...
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New Hanover and Brunswick County beaches getting federal funding

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Some New Hanover and Brunswick County beaches are getting federal funding to help combat erosion. The counties will get a total of nine million federal dollars to re-nourish their beaches.

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