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Archive - Oct 23, 2012

WWAY's Tuesday night sports - Oct. 23

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video On Tuesday on WWAY we checked out state playoff action from Hampstead for high school volleyball and tennis. It turned out to be a successful day on the court for the Topsail Pirates.... On Tuesday the NBA world champions paid a visit to Raleigh. That's probably as close as LeBron James will ever get to our neck of the woods... Plus more ! Full story...
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Cape Fear Academy on one-hour delay Wednesday

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Cape Fear Academy will open on a one-hour delay on Wednesday due to a water main break. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Husband speaks about losing wife in fatal crash days after wedding

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video It was a tragic turn of events for a newlywed couple from Brunswick County. Three days after their marriage, a husband is left without his bride. Full story...
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Officials: NC infant mortality rate edges higher

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Health officials say North Carolina's infant mortality rate rose slightly in 2011, one year after the state registered its lowest rate ever. Full story...
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NC election boards asked for early voting help

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State election officials are asking their county counterparts to find ways to ease long lines at North Carolina's early voting stations. Full story...
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YouTube video shows mayor stumbling into band

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video A YouTube video circulating around town shows a man who appears to be intoxicated falling into a band. The video was shot at Harbor Masters restaurant during the Beach Kids Reunion in Carolina Beach on Labor Day weekend. Full story...
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Port City Java asking families to host Marines for Thanksgiving

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video With November just around the corner, a Wilmington business is preparing to make the holidays extra sweet for those who serve our country. Port City Java is organizing the second annual Make a Marine's Thanksgiving Drive. Full story...
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Police searching for missing teen with medical condition

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video The Wilmington Police Department is asking the public for help in locating Miyah Bennett. The 15-year-old was last seen on October 17 in the are of 10th and Hanover Streets. Full story...
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