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Archive - May 31, 2012

ONLY ON 3: Berger speaks out after home is foreclosed, sold at auction

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video In the wake of his home being foreclosed and sold at auction, New Hanover county Commissioner Brian Berger is speaking out about his personal and public issues. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - May 31

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video On Thursday we checked in one more time with the UNCW & Whiteville baseball teams. They'll both be back on the field on Friday chasing championships. On Thursday we attended two different national letter of intent signings in the Wilmington area. Plus, we made a trip to the Shark Tank to check out Wilmington's summer league baseball team. Full story...
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Wilmington woman close to Edwards family reacts to acquittal

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video With John Edwards' trial finally wrapped up, one Wilmington woman who worked closely with the former senator and his family speaks out about the acquittal. Full story...
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NC House votes for gambling changes to aid casino

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A divided state House is supporting changes to North Carolina gambling laws that will allow live table games at the Cherokee Indian casino. Full story...
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Greensboro sailor killed in combat

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Military officials say a sailor from Greensboro has been killed in Afghanistan. Full story...
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ROW supports Dreams

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Residents of Old Wilmington (ROW) presented one of its largest grants today to DREAMS of Wilmington. The grant will complete the dance room with mirrors and a barre. Full story...
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Edwards says he's responsible for his 'sins'

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Ex-presidential candidate John Edwards thanked jurors and his family after a mistrial was declared in his campaign corruption trial and says he is responsible for his sins. Full story...
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City leaders say petition against publicly-funded ballpark 'a big mistake'

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video The City of Wilmington received a petition today with more than 4,000 signatures. If verified, it will force the city to either adopt an initiative blocking tax money for a ballpark or let voters decide. The move has city leaders fired up. Full story...
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CFCC students put lessons to test building house for auction

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video A group of Cape Fear Community College students took its classroom knowledge to the field. Carpentry and HVAC students teamed up to build a three-bedroom house from the ground up on the school's North Campus. Full story...
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Man arrested in Wilmington for Myrtle Beach hatchet attack

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A man is in jail in New Hanover County wanted for assaulting two people with a hatchet in Myrtle Beach. Wilmington Police arrested Antonio Goncalves today on a fugitive warrant. WPDE in Myrtle Beach says he is wanted for attempted murder. Full story...
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UPDATE: NHRMC moves to electronic patient records

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videoThe way doctors access your medical records may soon change. But what will it mean for you? New Hanover Regional Medical Center is hoping to better connect with their patients thanks to a new electronic health records system, NHRMC Connect, which is going online Saturday. Full story...
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NC Senate responds to chicken nuggets school case

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North Carolina lawmakers are reacting to a recent chicken-nuggets lunchroom controversy that raged on conservative talk shows and web sites by banning school officials from looking at the nutritional balance of home-packed meals. Full story...
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NYC proposes ban on sale of oversize sodas

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New York City officials say they believe their proposed ban on large sodas and other sugary drinks in eateries will prove popular with residents and start a national trend. Full story...
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Cameron family offers land for baseball stadium, but says don't use tax money to build it

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The Cameron family, who owns large tracts of property in New Hanover County, has offered to donate land to the city of Wilmington for a proposed baseball stadium. But the family is against taxpayer money being used for the facility. Full story...
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NC lawmakers promise more fracking protections

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North Carolina lawmakers are adding new protections for neighbors and landowners in a proposed law to legalize a form of underground gas drilling. Full story...
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