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Archive - Nov 23, 2011

County Commissioner Brian Berger arrested, shares his side of the story

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video Police arrested New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger after he violated a domestic violence protection order. The order was issued against him in September, requested by his ex-girlfriend, Heather Blaylock. Full story...
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Berger's "Top 10 Things About Spending Thanksgiving in Jail"

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New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger posted this on his Facebook page today: Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: World War II vet fighting for medal

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video The son of Russian immigrants, Morton Salk proudly entered the Air Force. During World War II, he was there on the frontlines as a bombardier, but it was by chance that he wound up on a mission to bomb an airfield in Hankow, China, which was already taken over by the Japanese. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - Nov. 23

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video On Wednesday night we showcased the South Columbus High School football team. Click play video in order to see what several of the Stallions have to say about playing in the 2-A east finals. We also have basketball highlights from Trask High School. One of the Titan players pumped in 46 in the Trask season opener. Also, UNCW women's basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke reveals her plans for Thanksgiving. Plus, click full story for the outcome on Duke basketball from Hawaii. Full story...
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Wife of 2010 murder victim charged with his death

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The New Hanover County District Attorney's office says the wife of a man killed last year has now been charged with his death. Full story...
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Food banks looking for donations, in need of fruits and veggies

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video Many of you are getting ready for your Thanksgiving feast tomorrow but there are some who may not be as fortunate. All too often folks in our area go hungry, and it's area food banks and other organizations that put food in their bellies. Providing meals to the needy on a consistent basis though means a lot of food must be donated. Full story...
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Jacksonville will revise rules after abortion foes sue

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The city of Jacksonville will change its rules on public demonstrations to resolve a lawsuit filed by anti-abortion protesters who say their free-speech rights are violated by the current ordinance. Full story...
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Battleship documentary nominated for regional Emmy

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A documentary about the Battleship North Carolina is up for a regional Emmy Award. Rob Hill of Common Sense Films has been nominated in the Best Editor/Program category for "Battleship North Carolina: The Showboat Legacy." Full story...
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Burlington company faces fines for worker deaths

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The North Carolina Labor Department has fined a Burlington construction company for safety and health violations in the deaths of two workers in Durham. Full story...
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Boater killed after boat hits rocks near Masonboro Inlet

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The Coast Guard says one man is dead after a boat accident at the Masonboro Inlet near Wilmington. Full story...
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