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Archive - Feb 11, 2011

Laney & Hoggard boys both crack the top ten in 4-A high school state championship swim meet

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During the entire 2010-2011 swimming season Hoggard beat Laney in boys swimming. Friday there was a slightly different outcome. Of all the schools from the Mideastern Conference the Bucs ended up with the most points in the 4-A state championship swim meet on Friday in Cary. Full story...
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"And the Winner Is..." BEST BREAKFAST

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video This week we want to know the best spot to get a bite that starts your day. From bacon and eggs to bagels and English muffins. Perhaps a palace of pancakes or a wonderdome of waffles. We want to know who has the BEST BREAKFAST in the Cape Fear. Here's how the votes are frying up (4 p.m. Thurs.):
K's Cafe - 19%
S & L New York Style Deli - 13%
Taylor Cuisine Cafe, Southport - 13%
Ollie's Coffee & Donuts - 11%
Sugar on Front Street - 11%
Vote for your favorite now! Full story...
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COOKIN' WITH CAPE FEAR: Oysters Rockefeller

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video This week, CFCC Student Chef Pat creates a special Oysters Rockefeller dish. Full story...
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New Hanover finishes the regular season in style with victory over Hoggard

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videoIt's hard to beat a good time three times in the same season. Hoggard found that out on Thursday when they played New Hanover. The Wildcats emerged victorious at Brogden Hall. Full story...
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Nakina man charged with murder by golf club

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A Columbus County man is in jail charged with killing his mother's boyfriend. Full story...
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Conference tournament action starts Monday for high school basketball

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Tournament action is about to heat up. The Mideastern Conference will run its tournament for five days along with the Tri-County Conference and the Waccamaw Conference. Click on full story for the complete rundown of the pairings. Full story...
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Man shot by officers told teller to call police

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A 911 call released Friday shows the man shot by officers at a Cary bank Thursday told a teller to call police as he took employees hostage. Full story...
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Protesters march to protest UNC cost increases

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North Carolina university students are protesting against rising education costs they say are forcing them to borrow more, work more and causing some of their classmates to drop out. Full story...
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8 cats found shot to death in NC

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Rowan County authorities are trying to determine who shot and killed eight cats and an opossum and dumped the bodies beside a road near Salisbury. Full story...
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No death penalty for man accused of killing police chief's daughter

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Prosecutors say they will not seek a death sentence for a man accused of killing the daughter of a North Carolina police chief. Full story...
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NC lawmakers aim to make open records a right

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Some North Carolina legislators want to make public access to government records, documents and meetings part of the state constitution. Full story...
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Things are looking up!

It's been one of the coldest winters in Wilmington history, but it looks like we're finally turning a corner as we head into mid-February.

WWAY will air UNCW-Towson live on Saturday

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Stay home and watch Buzz Peterson and the Seahawks on television this weekend on WWAY. It'll be UNCW vs. Towson on Saturday afternoon. Full story...
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Comeback for Michael Jordan?

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On Thursday we led off our 11pm sportscast with video from Charlotte showing Michael Jordan practicing with the NBA Charlotte Bobcats. The Wilmington native wasn't hard to spot. MJ wore a bright orange tank top. Clearly he was the center of attention despite the fact some of the Bobcats are half his age. Full story...
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High School Hoops: February 11

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This is the final week of regular season play. Sometimes the scores fly by so fast it's hard to comprehend who won & who lost. Click on full story in order to see the scores at your own leisurely pace. Don't forget: John Rendleman & Brett Blizzard will be in the studio on Friday night for another Full Court Press. Full story...
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