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Archive - Nov 2, 2011

ONLY ON 3: Audit leads to Leland police officer relieved of duty, questions about accountability

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video Missing documents. Officers not up to date on their training. In one case, it was so severe, an officer was relieved of his duties. That's some of what state regulators uncovered during a recent audit of documents and training files at the Leland Police Department. Full story...
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Candidate profile: Justin LaNasa

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video Early voting is underway, and Election Day is next week. So WWAY wants you to meet the candidates for Wilmington Mayor. We sat down with Justin LaNasa, who says it is time for new leadership. Full story...
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New Hanover-Hoggard rematch set for Friday, coaches don't like meeting in round one

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video New Hanover High School snapped a long losing streak against Hoggard last Friday on the gridiron. The streak dated back to the mid 1990's. In a strange twist of fate these two football teams have been paired against each other in the first round of the state playoffs. Full story...
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Wilmington's Rhodes competes on "Top Chef"

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video Wilmington chef Keith Rhodes runs Catch Seafood restaurant off Market Street. Wednesday night Rhodes became somewhat of a local celebrity as he began competing on Bravo's "Top Chef: Texas". Full story...
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Firefighters treated for injuries in Kinston plant fire

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A Kinston textile plant threatened to burn for a long time as workers drag away bales of cotton before they turn into fuel. Full story...
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'One Tree Hill' returns January 11

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"One Tree Hill" will wrap shooting on its ninth and final season later this month, but it will be a couple more months till the episodes start airing. Full story...
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What will Iron Man 3 mean for Wilmington and North Carolina?

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Wilmington-based camera operator Bo Webb feels this will bring more big-budget business to the state. “I think it’s going to be great,” says Webb, whose credits include The Notebook, Eastbound and Down and One Tree Hill. “Right now, a lot of the shows like that end up in New Mexico, because of their soundstages there and because of their film incentive. So, I think it’ll help us be more competitive.” Full story...
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Study predict Wilmington housing price rise, local expert says not so fast

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As the real estate market across the nation continues to falter, Wilmington's prices might be an exception. A national study by Fiserv, a financial analysis company, indicates the Wilmington area will see a small price increase in the next two years. Full story...
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