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Archive - May 24, 2012

WWAY'S Thursday night sports - May 24: Whiteville & UNCW baseball both roll

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video The Whiteville baseball team is just one win away from playing in next week's 2-A state championship series. Whiteville only needs one more victory against Northwood to advance. The UNCW baseball team wants to advance to the NCAA Baseball Tournament. To insure that the Hawks need to win the CAA Tournament. On Thursday the Seahawks beat VCU to start the CAA event off on the right foot. UNCW's next game will be Friday at noon against Delaware. Full story...
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New family dog bites 20-month-old girl on face, experts give advice to avoid similar accidents

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video WWAY has learned that the mother of the child had called several rescue services Thursday, trying to get the family's adopted boxer picked up because of aggressive behavior. Though advised to board the dog herself, it was too late. The dog attacked her daughter. Fortunately though, there are precautions you can take to avoid this from happening to your family. Full story...
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Planned Parenthood says NC budget targets it again

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Planned Parenthood believes it's being targeted a second time by North Carolina legislators with another budget provision withholding money from the group to provide non-abortion services. Full story...
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Four people injured after concession stand explosion

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Officials say four people were injured after an explosion in a gas grill inside a concession building at a baseball stadium in Fayetteville. Full story...
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Butler leads "Caravan Against Hate"

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Deb Butler, candidate for North Carolina Senate, will lead a cross-state caravan to Newton, NC for the “Love, Not Hate” protest against a recent sermon by Rev. Charles Worley in which he advocated placing homosexuals in death camps. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: City says taxpayers don't need to worry about Convention Center costs

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video With the City of Wilmington talking next year's budget, we wanted to find out how much it would cost to run the Convention Center and where the money would come from. Full story...
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Doctors report rise in children eating detergent packs

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Miniature laundry detergent packets arrived on store shelves in recent months, touted as a solution to bulky bottles and messy spills. But doctors across the country say children are confusing the tiny, brightly colored packets with candy and swallowing them. Full story...
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Anti-annexation bills clear another hurdle in Raleigh

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video Forced annexation may soon be dead in North Carolina. The state House of Representatives voted today to move forward with two bills that would give residents a voice in the decision. Full story...
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