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Archive - Aug 5, 2008

Preventing child abuse

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videoWe have been following the case of an 18-year-old Wilmington woman, Meagan Stuhan charged in the death of her four-month-old son. He died of internal injuries consistent with shaken baby syndrome. Full story...
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Parents meeting tonight to discuss students' future

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Tonight parents from the Creekwood community will meet with school officials about their children's failing test scores. Full story...
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Flavor of the Past: Thalian Hall

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videoExperiencing history through food is the idea behind the upcoming Flavor of the Past tour. All this week, we are featuring historical locations around Wilmington, and the restaurants they are paired with on the tour. Full story...
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Leland against crime

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Tonight more than 10,000 communities across the country are participating in National Night out Against Crime. Full story...
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Reward offered in murder of woman found in burned car

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Department is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the murder of Valerie Burns.

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Hot jobs, and cool jobs

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The heat is especially tough for people working outside, or in other hot places. Full story...
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Digital television switch drawing near

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September 8 is fast approaching. For people in our area, that means the digital TV conversion. Full story...
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WWAY station voice passes away

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WWAY Newschannel 3 would like to take a moment to remember Chris Clausen whose voice was behind our on-air promotion of our station for over 10 years. Full story...
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WWAY Hurricane Memories Forum Tonight

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WWAY NewsChannel 3 and Cape Fear Museum invite area residents to share hurricane stories, photographs, and artifacts with the community during the Cape Fear Hurricane Memories Forum, Tuesday, Aug. 5, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Museum. Full story...
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Hearing scheduled for NC Marine charged in death

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A court appearance for a Marine corporal charged with killing his Army nurse wife has been rescheduled for September, after prosecutors agreed to a defense request to preserve several pieces of evidence. Full story...
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