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Archive - Oct 2012

Winter weather advisory for western NC

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More winter weather is likely in the mountains of western North Carolina. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Ashe, Avery, Haywood, Madison, Mitchell, Swain, Watauga and Yancey counties into Wednesday afternoon. Full story...
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WWAY anchors show their dark sides

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video A local makeup artist turns 'Good Morning Carolina' anchor Ashley Jacobs and Meteorologist Tim Buckley into zombies. Full story...
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'GMC' viewers share their Halloween photos

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video Meteorologist Tim Buckley and Good Morning Carolina anchor Ashley Jacobs slipped into their own costume's during their newscast this morning, but they think the best part about Halloween was seeing your photos. Full story...
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Halloween Friday Food and Fright Night

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video Get all the details on TheatreNOW's Halloween dinner show special in a live interview. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Witness says Leland cops looked for fights

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video Two Leland police officers are off the clock tonight after a fight in downtown Wilmington this weekend. Wilmington Police cited the officers with misdemeanor affray. One witness, who served as a military police officer, says the officers were asking for trouble. Full story...
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Gott not allowed to vote in New Hanover Co.

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video A woman who was once the top nominee to fill a vacancy on the New Hanover County Commission is now not allowed to vote or hold public office in the county. Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - Oct. 30

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video On Tuesday on WWAY we checked out first round high school soccer playoff action at three different venues.... On Tuesday we also featured NBA action on the first night of the 2012-13 regular season. A Duke-UNC tandem teamed up for an impressive win on opening night... Plus more ! Full story...
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NC woman accused of pouring hot water on child

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Authorities in Jacksonville accuse of woman of pouring scalding hot water on her 9-month-old daughter. The Onslow County Sheriff's Office says 33-year-old Michelle Julia Woodhouse-Deboyes of Jacksonville is charged with felony child abuse inflicting serious bodily injury and mental emotional injury. Full story...
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NC officials troubled by raucous election activity

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North Carolina election officials are concerned about raucous campaigning around early voting sites and people purposefully misrepresenting voting laws to reduce turnout. Full story...
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Man accused after 2 shot, killed in Charlotte

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have charged a man with murder after two people were found shot to death inside a home. Full story...
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