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Archive - Nov 2011

Trial set to begin in UNC student leader's death

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A man accused of killing the student body president at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill more than three years ago is scheduled to go on trial. Full story...
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NC launches new tool for teaching Civil War

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North Carolina students now have a way to link their classroom lessons about the Civil War with the actual sites where historic events took place. Full story...
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Raleigh's neighbors consider panhandler rules

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Communities around Raleigh are considering rules to deal with panhandlers driven from the capital city's downtown by a crackdown. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Parents of hit and run victim plead for driver to come forward

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video The NC Highway Patrol is still looking for the driver of a vehicle that struck and seriously injured 22-year-old Joseph Earl Jones, Jr. on the southbound side of Carolina Beach Road late Thursday night. The parents of Jones spoke to WWAY and want the driver to come forward. Full story...
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Seahawks fall to 0-4 with home loss to Davidson

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The UNC Wilmington men's basketball team played a nip and tuck game on Saturday afternoon against the Davidson Wildcats. The loss drops UNCW to 0-4 on the season. Full story...
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Shoppers say local all the way on Small Business Saturday

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video For the second year in a row, American Express urged shoppers to participate in Small Business Saturday and stay local when crossing off their Christmas lists. Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - Nov. 25

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video On Friday night we showcased the 2-A east finals of high school football. Tarboro beat South Columbus to advance to the 2-A state title game. Ayden-Grifton knocked off Wallace-Rose Hill in the 1-AA east finals. We've got highlights from both games. Click play video to see that. Click full story to see playoff scores from around the entire state & pairings for the state finals as well. Full story...
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After technical difficulties, the downtown Wilmington tree lights up for big crowd

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The lighting of the Christmas tree in downtown Wilmington started off with some technical difficulties. As the crowd chanted, "Three, two, one," there were no lights to be found. Folks laughed off the technical glitch and waited around for the tree to light up. Full story...
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