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Archive - Jun 2011

WWAY NewsChannel 3: The station WECT watches to get its news

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Habits are hard to break. We understand that. But having bad habits mean you might be missing out. These last two weeks are a perfect example. If you watched WECT, you wouldn't know that... Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: MLK back open after man rescued from marsh below

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video Firefighters rescued a man who jumped from MLK Parkway into the marsh below. MLK was shutdown heading out of downtown for more than an hour as they worked. Full story...
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Changing of the guard at UNCW

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Today marks the end of an era at UNC Wilmington. It's Rosemary DePaolo's last official day on the job at the university. Full story...
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Coast Guard urges caution following 7 deaths

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The Coast Guard is urging caution among boaters this holiday weekend after reporting seven water-related deaths in the Mid-Atlantic region in the past week. Full story...
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Woman charged for preacher kiss at gay pride event

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A North Carolina woman has been charged with simple assault after she kissed a Bible-waving preacher at a gay pride parade. Full story...
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Changing NC pre-kindergarten core of schools case

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Changes in the state budget about to take effect are at the heart of a court fight challenging whether North Carolina is living up to its constitutional duty to give every child the opportunity for a good education. Full story...
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Gastonia weather alerts nixed after complaints

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Gastonia has stopped telephoning residents with weather alerts after dozens of citizens complained about the unrequested phone calls. Full story...
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Census shows same-sex domestic partners among NC's fastest-growing

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North Carolina is home to more and more same-sex domestic partners. Census data released Thursday show that the number of domestic partners in the state jumped 68 percent in the last decade to more than 27,000 people. Full story...
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