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Archive - Dec 1, 2009

December first brings about new laws

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videoMore than 50 new state laws go into effect today. One aims to keep career criminals off the streets. Full story...
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Troops from Lejeune could be headed to Afghanistan

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videoTuesday night, President Obama will outline a new war strategy for Afghanistan. That plan includes sending tens of thousands of troops to war. Some of the first troops to deploy could be part of a Marine battalion from nearby Camp Lejeune. Full story...
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Local middle school students assist Special Olympics team

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videoSome Special Olympics team members in New Hanover County got to show off their basketball skills Tuesday thanks to some local middle schoolers. Full story...
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Follow-up: Police identify man killed in 10th Street shooting

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There is new information Tuesday night in a fatal shooting in downtown Wilmington. It happened around 6:30 Monday night. Detectives now say three men were shot in the incident. Full story...
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Clarification on new laws surrounding license plates and texting

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WWAY would like to clarify something we reported on Monday in regards to some of the new state laws. Starting Tuesday, license plate frames cannot cover the state name... Full story...
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Brunswick County looking for input on new superintendent

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videoA school superintendent is not elected by voters, but you can still have a say in who fills that role; at least that's the case in Brunswick County. Full story...
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Update: New Hanover/Harnett Central game officially moved to Saturday

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The New Hanover High School football game against Harnett Central will be played on Saturday instead of Friday for the State 4-A Eastern Championship. Full story...
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Perdue: NC Medicaid program spending over budget

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Gov. Beverly Perdue says North Carolina's Medicaid program is breaking the budget the Legislature gave state officials this summer. Full story...
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NC DOT begins bridge study after fatal plunge

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The North Carolina Transportation Department is studying 17,000 bridges in hopes of preventing more deaths like the one last weekend when a man fell through a gap between bridges on a Raleigh road. Full story...
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Obama picks Walker for US attorney in eastern NC

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President Obama has nominated a Raleigh attorney to be the U.S. attorney for eastern North Carolina. Full story...
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