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Archive - Nov 2012

Brunswick County man accused of strangling, kidnapping woman

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video According to arrest warrants, Turner Chadwick Gray III of Carolina Shores is charged with assault by strangulation, second degree kidnapping, interfering with emergency communication and communicating threats. Full story...
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AP Source: ECU, Tulane to join Big East in 2014

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video A person familiar with the decision tells The Associated Press that Tulane University is joining the Big East as a full member in 2014 and East Carolina will be joining as a football-only member. Full story...
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This Day in NC History: Braxton Bragg gets command of Confederate Troops in North Carolina

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Braxton Bragg attended West Point, where he graduated fifth in his class. He served with distinction in the Mexican War and returned to Warren County in 1848. Full story...
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National debt group launches NC lobbying effort

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A national group pressuring Congress and the White House to cut America's $16 trillion national debt is launching a North Carolina chapter. Full story...
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Man shot to death at Greensboro apartment

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Greensboro police are investigating the shooting death of a man at an apartment as a homicide. Full story...
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20 city music tour stops in Wilmington

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video The very first Sunset Sessions tour featuring Duncan Sheik, Alpha Rev, Courrier & Laura Warshauer kicked off in Las Vegas November 8, 2012. Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - Nov. 26

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Monday on WWAY we checked out the Charlotte Bobcats. Last season the Bobcats only won seven games. This season they've already reached that plateau. On Monday former Hoggard football standout Jonathan Cooper was named first team All-ACC. We even have Cooper's reaction to all of his recent accolades. The Coastal Cowboys are headed to Disney World in order to play in the Pop Warner Super Bowl, but the Cowboys need help getting there. Plus more! Full story...
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Duke Energy taps Shuler as Washington lobbyist

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Retiring U.S. Rep. Heath Shuler is staying in Washington, but he will have a new job as a lobbyist for the country's largest electric company. Full story...
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