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Archive - Jan 12, 2012

WWAY's Thursday night sports - Jan. 12

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video On Thursday night we featured basketball highlights from UNCW's loss to Georgia State in Atlanta. GSU beat UNCW 75-61. The loss snapped the Seahawks four game winning streak. On Thursday we also honored the New Hanover boys basketball squad with our team of the week award. Wildcat Kadeem Allen won our player of the week award. Click play video to see our feature on the Wildcats. Full story...
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Jacksonville residents react to Marine web video

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video The recently surfaced web video reportedly shows Marines from Camp Lejeune urinating on dead Taliban bodies. After showing it to folks in Jacksonville, where most either know a Marine or have previously served in the Corps, we got mixed reactions. Full story...
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Marines in urinating video from Lejeune; USMC commandant responds

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An official says the Marine Corps has identified at least two of the four Marines in an internet video that purports to depict them urinating on Taliban corpses in Afghanistan. Full story...
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NC Senator's replacement will only serve one year

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A Cleveland County printing company president is ready to join the North Carolina Senate, although only for a year. Full story...
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Police: Store owner fired warnings before shooting robber

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Police say Charles Hickman, the owner of Waccamaw Outdoor Supply, shot the suspect after firing multiple warning shots. Full story...
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Fellow Republican says he'll challenge Warren for Brunswick Co. Commission

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A Southport man says he will run for the Brunswick County Commission seat held by a controversial fellow Republican. Dr. Joe Agovino announced today he will challenge Commissioner Charles Warren for the Republican Nomination for County Commissioner from District 3. Full story...
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Man shot, killed after breaking into Chadbourn home

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videoA Columbus County man is dead after being shot during an alleged home break-in. Investigators are trying to figure out if the man was shot by a resident of the home or his own partner in crime. Full story...
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CFCC teacher joins Wahlberg in 'Contraband'

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videoFrom the classroom to the big screen, one Cape Fear Community College teacher is in a major motion picture hitting theaters tomorrow. Jack Landry, the lead drama instructor at CFCC, is in the new movie "Contraband" staring Mark Wahlberg. It's an exciting experience for both landry and his students. Full story...
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