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Archive - Jun 28, 2012

WWAY's Thursday night sports - June 28

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video On Thursday night our sports coverage featured the NBA Draft. The Charlotte Bobcats decided to keep the overall #2 pick. In a bit of a surprise the Bobcats selected Kentucky forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. On Thursday Wilmington swimmer Cari Blalock completed her week at the US Olympic Trials. She didn't make Team USA, but Blalock had a great week in the pool. Plus, we found out there's an opening for an athletic director at a high school in Columbus County. Full story...
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Young adults react to health care law tax

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video One of the more popular parts of President Obama's health care law upheld by the Supreme Court Thursday is the measure allowing adults up until the age of 25 coverage under their parents plan. However, once they turn 26, young adults will be forced to buy their own insurance or be hit with a potentially big new tax. Full story...
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NC child dies after being left in hot car

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North Carolina health officials say a 2-year-old child has died after being left in a hot car, the first such death in the state since 2009 Full story...
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Census shows Durham now NC's 4th-largest city

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Figures from the U.S. Census Bureau say Durham has squeaked past Winston-Salem by 867 people to become North Carolina's fourth-largest city. Full story...
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NC lottery reports record transfer to education

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The North Carolina state lottery has again generated a record amount of money to the state for public education. Full story...
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UNC Health Care board changed in finalized bill

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The General Assembly has agreed to give more authority to the University of North Carolina system's governing board in choosing who will oversee its state hospital system. Full story...
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Soldier killed, 2 wounded in Fort Bragg shooting

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Officials say one soldier was shot and killed and two others wounded at Fort Bragg in North Carolina. Full story...
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State leaders react to Supreme Court health care law decision

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President Barack Obama says the Supreme Court's decision to uphold his health care overhaul is a "victory for people all over the country" and will make their lives more secure. Meanwhile leaders across North Carolina are responding to the US Supreme Court's ruling upholding health care reform legislation. Full story...
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