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Archive - Apr 19, 2012

FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Bozeman discusses LPD suspensions, SBI investigation

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video It has been nearly a week since Leland announced the suspensions of five police officers. Tonight WWAY sat down with Mayor Brenda Bozeman to hear what she had to say about the troubled police department and the future of Leland. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Pro Amendment One billboards vandalized

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video Early voting started today, including voting for the proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. Full story...
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WWAY Thursday Night Sports - April 19

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video Thursday night’s sports segment featured a preview for the Wilmington Hammerheads home opener against the Harrisburg City Islanders on Saturday. We also traveled to Laney High School to check out girls soccer action between the Bucs and Vikings from Hoggard High School. In college tennis, the UNCW men’s and women’s teams collected individual honors at the CAA postseason banquet. Full story...
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Facebook hosts grand opening of data center in Rutherford County

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Facebook is updating the status of its data center in Rutherford County. Officials from the social networking website joined lawmakers and other North Carolina officials Thursday in the grand opening of its Forest City data center. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Belville mayor, commissioner could be headed toward truce

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video A criminal case between Belville's mayor and a town commissioner was continued today, but both men say they just want to move on. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Pender Health Dept. issues lead to war of words

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video The Health Department issues in Pender County continue to heat up after a "he said she said" battle on Facebook. Topsail Online printed an article today claiming County Commissioner Chester Ward said he was misrepresented on a story we ran yesterday. But that's not what he told us. Full story...
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Reward offered after decapitated sea turtle found at Pleasure Island

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video A reward is being offered after an endangered sea turtle was found dead at Carolina Beach. What has some people up in arms, is what may have happened to creature. Someone found the young Kemp's Ridley sea turtle Tuesday along the sand underneath Snow's Cut Bridge. Its head was missing. Full story...
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VOTE 2012: Early voting underway in NC

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Early voting is underway in North Carolina. Now through May 5 you can vote early at different One-Stop Voting locations around the area. Full story...
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CFCC students raise money through annual plant sale

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Tomorrow you have the chance to spruce up your garden while supporting local students. Cape Fear Community College hosts its annual plant sale at the North Campus. Full story...
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Wilmington Police looking for man who stole from Best Buy

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Wilmington Police are looking for help identifying a man they say stole from Best Buy at 309 S. College Road last month. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Man charged with assaulting CFCC pres. accused with attack in jail

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The man accused of assaulting the president of Cape Fear Community College is in more trouble. Full story...
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Fire call to Thalian turns out to be misunderstanding

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If you saw firefighters at Thalian Hall on your way to work this morning, it was all one big misunderstanding. Full story...
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Wilmington couple gets federal prison sentence

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A Wilmington couple will spend years behind bars on federal drug and firearms charges. A federal judge sentenced Maurice Lott to more than eight years and Jessica Lott to more than two years after they pleaded guilty in January. Full story...
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Early voting starts today

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Election Day may still be more than two weeks away, but the polls are set to open in North Carolina. One-Stop Voting starts Thursday. Full story...
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NC lawmakers prepare to hear from superintendents

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Members of the General Assembly are bringing in North Carolina school superintendents to speak about the effects of spending cuts in this year's budget and what they'd like to have for next year. Full story...
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