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Archive - Jul 2011

Bill affecting public school teachers still being debated in House

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House Democrats trying to preserve Gov. Beverly Perdue's veto of a bill that affects a North Carolina teachers' group say Republicans are unfairly targeting public school teachers who have challenged the GOP on legislation. Full story...
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TROUBLESHOOTERS: Woman struggles to get refund for canceled concert

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video Fans were left disappointed when the Keith Sweat concert was canceled last month at UNCW. On top of not being able to see the show, some ticket holders still haven't seen a dime of their money returned. Full story...
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Butch Davis era comes to an end at UNC

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North Carolina has fired football coach Butch Davis. The firing comes just nine days before the start of preseason practice. Full story...
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NC Legislature completes Senate redistricting maps

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The North Carolina Legislature has finalized new maps for the state Senate for the next decade, while the House maps are just one vote away from final passage. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Family of man injured in hit & run asks for prayers

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videoA man hit by a car on S. College Road earlier this month is still recovering at the hospital. Cody Khan was visiting friends in Wilmington when he was hit by a car over the Fourth of July weekend. Today his family spoke exclusively with WWAY. Full story...
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Shirts on, iPods off when jogging at Lejeune

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Military and civilian personnel at Camp Lejeune are being reminded that they should jog with their shirts on and without iPods while jogging on the base. Full story...
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Burgaw business hoping to rise from the ashes after fire

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videoSeventeen workers are trying to figure out what they'll do next after a fire yesterday in Burgaw. The fire at Coastal Instruments and Electronics caused the roof to collapse. Full story...
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Swimming advisories issued for three sites in New Hanover County

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Three recreational swimming advisories and one alert were issued today at ocean-side and sound-side locations in New Hanover County. State officials found bacteria levels in the water that exceed the state and Environmental Protection Agency’s recreational water quality standards. Full story...
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