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Archive - Oct 10, 2012

WWAY's Wednesday night sports - Oct. 10

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video On Wednesday on WWAY we spared no detail in featuring Wilmington resident Connor Barth. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker currently holds the NFL's longest active streak of field goals made with 25. Connor isn't the only kicker in the Barth family though. Brother Casey is the kicker in Chapel Hill for the UNC Tar Heels..... On Wednesday on WWAY we also showcased Seahawk soccer... Plus more! Full story...
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Leland quintuplets, parents arrive home after Arizona birth

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video It has been a long road for Mike and Carmen Mathews and their five new babies, but after more than a month in Arizona the family has finally come home. Full story...
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Signs warning of bridge closure still misleading drivers

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As the NC DOT prepares for another weekend of closing the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge, the signs alerting drivers of the closures still have misleading messages. Full story...
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CFPUA CEO gets raise, contract extension

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority Board Wednesday voted unanimously to extend CEO Matt Jordan’s contract, a document that included a roughly 3.73-percent pay raise. Full story...
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Tip line faulty; CB Police still looking for information

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The Carolina Beach Police are asking for your help to get information on an assault in front of a McDonalds on Lake Park Blvd. last month. Full story...
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Duke University has first home-grown Nobel winner

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Duke University's first home-grown Nobel Prize winner says nothing is better than sharing the honor with a former student. Full story...
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Leland Fire Rescue wins state paramedic competition

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Members of the Leland Volunteer Fire/Rescue Department brought home top honors in a state paramedic competition. Paramedics Chris Watford and Michael Herbert won first place in the North Carolina Office of EMS Paramedic Competition at the NC Emergency Medicine Today conference in Greensboro. Full story...
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Friends remember Michael's Seafood owner

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video The owner of a popular Carolina Beach restaurant has died. Michael McGowan and his wife owned Michael's Seafood, perhaps best known for its award-winning seafood chowder. Full story...
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'Witches of East End' to start shooting in Wilmington

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A new television show pilot will start shooting soon in the Port City. According to film permits from the City of Wilmington, "Witches of East End," based on Melissa de la Cruz's best-selling novel, will start shooting Tuesday. Full story...
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Fallen soldier returns home to Wilmington

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video Fallen soldier Sgt. Thomas J. Butler has returned home for the last time. His body arrived at Wilmington International Airport around 9:30 a.m. Full story...
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Southport-Fort Fisher ferry adds extra runs during Cape Fear Memorial Bridge closure

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Everyone's hoping this weekend's closure of the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge will not lead to another episode of "Carmageddon" as it did two weekends ago. To help, the Department of Transportation is adding runs on the Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry. Full story...
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NCDOT news release on closing of Cape Fear Memorial Bridge this weekend

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The N.C. Department of Transportation will close all lanes on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge in Wilmington this weekend from 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 12, until 5 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 15. Full story...
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Currituck County wants to limit horse visits

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Officials in Currituck County are considering reducing the number of trips allowed to watch the wild horses on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Full story...
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Jill Biden to campaign in NC on Saturday

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The wife of Vice President Joe Biden will visit North Carolina this weekend. President Barack Obama's re-election campaign said Tuesday evening that Jill Biden will attend campaign events for the Democratic ticket geared toward women on Saturday. Full story...
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