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Archive - Dec 18, 2012

Two accused in CFCC student's murder talk about the crime, impact

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videoIt has been just 5 days since 19-year-old Joshua Proutey was murdered in Downtown Wilmington. Tonight, WWAY’s Matt Ray was the only reporter to talk to two of the suspects. Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - Dec. 18

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videoOn Tuesday on WWAY we covered six different basketball games. This included high school basketball action from Lake Waccamaw, Whiteville and Shallotte. It also included hoops from a holiday collegiate tournament at Brunswick Community College. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Brian Berger arrested for DWI, colleagues respond

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videoNew Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger was arrested again this morning. This time for driving while impaired. Wilmington Police arrested Berger in downtown Wilmington around 2 a.m. Full story...
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Repaving begins at S-curves on storm-damaged NC 12

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The portion of highway along North Carolina's Outer Banks that Superstorm Sandy damaged remains on schedule to reopen by Christmas Day, with workers beginning to repave the road. Full story...
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NC man pleads guilty to 1990 rape, murder

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A Winston-Salem man has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the 1990 rape and strangulation of a 74-year-old woman in 1990. Under a plea deal, 39-year-old Michael Dwayne Miller was convicted Tuesday in Forysth County Superior Court in the death of Theressa L. Nicholson in her apartment in August 1990. Judge John O. Craig sentenced Miller to 30 years in prison. Full story...
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Teacher of the Week: Amy Brinker

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video We surprised tonight's Teacher of the Week while her students were in music class. The school called the kindergarten teacher from her break to meet us in the music room. Full story...
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Building History: Tuscany

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videoAmong his many talents, Chris Wilson is a student of history. His home Tuscany on Fifth avenue is historic and a work of art. Chris and his wife Kathy acquired the home just a few years back and started a major renovation. Full story...
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StarNews: Carolina Beach Town Council appoints 2 new members

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video The Carolina Beach Town Council Tuesday afternoon appointed Tom Bridges and Jody Smith as its two new members.This follows the council appointing existing member Bob Lewis as mayor last week. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: New Hanover Co. Chairman Woody White talks Berger, moving forward

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videoWoody White has been chair of The New Hanover County Commission for just two weeks now, and already there's another Brian Berger controversy to address. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Mom of 2004 murder victim wants assault weapon ban

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video The White House said President Obama supports Sen. Dianne Feinstein's plan to introduce a bill to ban assault weapons. One Wilmington mother says that in her mind that isn't even a question. Full story...
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Former Animal Control director speaks on settlement

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video Last week we told you a settlement was reached between New Hanover County and former Animal Control director Jean McNeil. Today, McNeil sent a statement to WWAY. Full story...
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One Day Blitz smashes record for Salvation Army donations

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videoChristmas is just days away, and yesterday the Wilmington community showed some true holiday spirit by joining WWAY and 103.7 The Bone to open their hearts, wallets and pantries to support the One Day Blitz to restock the Salvation Army food pantry at Krispy Kreme. Full story...
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World's tallest elves? Seahawks distribute Toys for Tots

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video'Tis the season for helping others, and the UNCW men's basketball team did just that today. The team helped distribute gifts collected for Toys for Tots. Full story...
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Berger arrest latest in growing list of controversies

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videoThis morning's arrest of New Hanover County Commission Brian Berger is not his first run-in with the law since taking office two years ago. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Judge sets Wright's bond at $3.5M cash

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video A Columbus County judge has granted B.J. Wright's request for bond, but it won't be easy for him to get out of jail. The judge this morning set Wright's bond at $3.5 million cash, according to Assistant District Attorney Heath Nance. Full story...
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