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Archive - Nov 2012

3 North Carolina victims in Texas train crash

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video Officials say three North Carolina men are among the victims of a horrific accident in Texas involving veterans taking part in a parade to honor war heroes. Full story...
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Charged general's wife: Long war hurts families

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The wife of an Army general facing sexual misconduct charges at Fort Bragg has written an opinion piece saying the stresses of a decade of war contributed to several recent high-profile military sex scandals. Full story...
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'Safe Haven' release moved to Valentine's Day

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video A movie shot in our area last summer could be the perfect part of your Valentine's Day plans. Full story...
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New Hanover County to survey residents on services

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video New Hanover County is looking for feedback from residents about county services. With a relatively new manager and turnover on the county commission, County Manager Chris Coudriet, who took over in July, wants to gain insight into how the community perceives county services and the level of satisfaction with those services received. Full story...
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This Day in NC History: Blue Ridge Parkway project approved

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On November 16, 1933, the Blue Ridge Parkway project received approval. The Blue Ridge Parkway, part of the National Park Service system, extends 469 miles through the Southern Appalachians, linking the Shenandoah National Park in northern Virginia with the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina and Tennessee. Full story...
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NC unemployment rate drops slightly in October

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video The state Commerce Department released figures Friday showing that the rate dropped to 9.3 percent from 9.6 percent in September. The figures show a significant improvement from a year ago, when unemployment was 10.6 percent in October 2011. Full story...
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Hostess to close, cites nationwide worker strike

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video Hostess Brands says it is going out of business, closing plants that make Twinkies and Wonder Bread and laying off all of its 18,500 workers. Full story...
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Enchanted Airlie lights up for Christmas

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video Airlie Gardens is already stringing up the lights, and building up the Christmas cheer on their own garden grounds. Full story...
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NC counties canvass last week's election results

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Officials in North Carolina's 100 counties are trying to finalize counts from last week's elections, but some candidates barely trailing in key races likely won't be satisfied with the numbers. Full story...
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NC gets post-election look at monthly jobless rate

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The elections are over and North Carolina can see if the state's unemployment rate was improving in October. Full story...
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Fayetteville man cleaning gun wounds 2 neighbors

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A Fayetteville man cleaning a handgun in an apartment accidentally shot two people in a neighboring unit. Full story...
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Report: Hoggard teacher arrested for allegedly kissing student

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video New Hanover County Sheriff's detectives arrested Michael Dale Supak, 37, around 2 a.m. Investigators say the charge stems from an incident that took place last month on campus. According to an incident report, Supak is accused of "Sex Acts/Kissed Victim" and that the attack was forcible. Full story...
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Waterford residents organize petition against rezoning

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video At Thursday night’s Leland Town Council Meeting, several residents spoke out against the proposed rezoning of land near the Waterford community, which is currently zoned for commercial use. Developers are proposing to build a 240-unit apartment complex. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - Nov. 15

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video On Thursday on WWAY we checked out signing day ceremonies at Ashley and Hoggard.... We provided an extensive preview of the third round of the high school football state playoffs.... Plus NC State basketball and UNC football. Full story...
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Navassa leaders say K-9 case should have been handled better

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video During the Navassa town council meeting, leaders addressed the issue of former officer Kevin Smith and his fight to keep his K-9 partner. The town's attorney, Norwood Blanchard, says the town's efforts to fight for custody of the dog was because of the amount of money the town invested, from vet bills to training. Full story...
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