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Archive - Dec 16, 2012

FIRST ON 3: Wilmington Police shoot dog during arrest

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video Witnesses say a Wilmington Police Officer shot a family's dog during an arrest Sunday night. Police say the pitbull ran towards them after they arrested a man on Rankin Street in Wilmington. Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday night sports - Dec. 16

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videoOn Sunday the Carolina Panthers looked like a playoff team. Unfortunately the playoffs aren't a possibility for Carolina, but the guys in black, silver and blue won consecutive games for the first time since last December. The UNCW men's basketball team on Saturday lost on the road against the Davidson Wildcats. Check out our game action from Sunday's 6pm newscast. Full story...
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Community Arts Center performance honors murder victim's memory

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video19-year-old Joshua Todd Proutey was shot and killed leaving work at the Hannah Block Second Street Stage Thursday night. Today, the Thalian Association Children's Theater went ahead with its performance to honor his memory. Full story...
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Wilmington children's center sending 'love' to Newtown

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video T-Muffin, a Wilmington Center for kids and parents, is putting together "boxes of love" to send to families in Newtown, CT. Full story...
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Candelight vigil scheduled in Elizabethtown for shooting victims

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video Elizabethtown Baptist Church along with the Elizabethtown Fire Department will hold a candlelight vigil on the lawn of the Bladen County Courthouse Monday at 5:30 pm. Everyone is invited to attend the vigil. Full story...
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Additional security in Brunswick County Schools

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video After the shooting Friday in Newtown, CT officials in Brunswick County say they are stepping up safety measures in its elementary schools. Full story...
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Wilmington sweepstakes remain open despite court ruling

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videoThe North Carolina Supreme Court ruled Friday the state can outlaw video sweepstakes parlors. Despite the ruling, sweepstakes parlors in Wilmington remain open. Full story...
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