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Archive - Nov 2011

Shots fired at Fayetteville mall on Black Friday

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Authorities are looking for two suspects after gunfire erupted at a mall in Fayetteville early Friday morning. Full story...
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UNC Exhibit looks at textbooks role in history

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A new exhibit at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill looks at the role textbooks have played in state history. Full story...
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Shooting rampage death toll rises to 6

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6 people have now died after a shooting rampage in Greensboro five days ago. Full story...
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Downtown Wilmington gives gift of free on-street parking

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To kick off the holiday season, downtown on-street parking was free both on Thanksgiving day and Friday. Full story...
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Black Friday shoppers scour Wilmington stores for best deals

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video While many were sleeping off the turkey and stuffing from Thanksgiving, thousands of Wilmington shoppers had already been out for hours looking for the best Black Friday deals. Full story...
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O, Christmas tree! Real tree lovers say fake ones can't compete

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While many families have moved toward artificial trees, many still find joy in picking out that favorite fir. Whether you prefer a 10-footer or a Charlie Brown-style tree, you can find it all this season. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - Nov. 24

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video On Thursday night we showcased South Columbus football coach Jake Fonvielle. John Rendleman goes in-depth with the head coach of the South Columbus Stallions. Fonvielle's team will play Tarboro on Friday in the 2-A east finals for high school football. We also talk to UNCW basketball coach Buzz Peterson about his rotation of players going into Saturday's game against Davidson. Full story...
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Wilmington shoppers line up on Thursday for Black Friday

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video The day after Thanksgiving is considered one of the busiest shopping days of the year. A lot of bargain hunters in Wilmington lined up hours in advance to stand in line for stores that open once the clock strikes midnight or even Thursday night for Black Friday. Full story...
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