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Archive - Nov 2012

NC family of teen who fell to death in Mass. sues

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The family of a teen who fell from the wheel well of a jet in a Boston suburb two years ago is suing Charlotte, its airport and US Airways. Full story...
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NC man charged in driver's license scam

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A North Carolina man has been accused of taking money from people and promising to obtain driver's licenses for them. Full story...
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Suspect connected to delivery driver murder back in jail

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Marvin White was charged with armed robbery in connection with the murder of Chinese delivery driver Zehn Bo Liu in June. Now police say he's in trouble again. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - Nov. 14

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video On Wednesday on WWAY we checked out a national letter of intent signing ceremony at Laney High School.... We took more than a sneak peak at a high school basketball jamboree involving five area teams at Ashley High School.... Football playoff action returns in two more nights. We've got that covered with a preview... Plus more ! Full story...
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Reduced Carolina Beach town council looking for replacements

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video Mayor Pro Tem Steve Shuttleworth says Planning and Development Director Ed Parvin will act as the town manager for a few days as council looks for a more permanent replacement. The reduced Carolina Beach Town Council says they are looking for candidates to fill the three newly vacated leadership positions. Full story...
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NC trooper's cruiser hits, kills 80-year-old man

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An N.C. Highway Patrol trooper is on administrative duty after the patrol cruiser he was driving hit and killed an 80-year-old Clinton man. Patrol spokesman Sgt. Jeff Gordon said Trooper Emory T. Brown was driving north on N.C. 242 near Salemburg Tuesday night when his vehicle struck Ottis Parker as he crossed the road. Full story...
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Closed section of NC 12 reopens to some traffic

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N.C. 12 on Pea Island is open again to four-wheel-drive vehicles, but authorities warn that rapidly changing weather conditions could force them to close it again with little notice. State Department of Transportation engineer Jerry Jennings says high tides and strong winds could force another closure of the road. Full story...
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Coleman wants more ballots counted in race

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Lieutenant governor candidate Linda Coleman says potentially thousands of legally registered voters in North Carolina are poised to not have their ballots counted, but her opponent says she's making the accusation because she is behind. Full story...
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