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Archive - Jul 18, 2012

WWAY's Wednesday night sports - July 18

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video On Wednesday we featured Whiteville Post 137 on WWAY. Whiteville is just two wins away from securing a spot in the state championship for American Legion baseball.... On Wednesday we also checked out action from the Dixie Youth state championship tournament in Leland. A squad from Columbus County is on a roll this week in Leland....Plus more! Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: NC teacher pay raise not what it seems

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video When you compare pay schedules from last year to this coming year, it seems teachers are getting the raise they were promised, but when you look closer they aren't getting the increase they thought. Full story...
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Family of missing teen hold vigil one year after his disappearance

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It was one year ago when 18-year-old Al'quon Flowers went missing, but his loved ones are still hopeful there will be new leads in the case. Full story...
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Caremerica former CFO pleads guilty

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Michael R. Elliott former Chief Financial Officer for Caremerica Inc. based in Leland, pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiring to defraud the Internal Revenue Service. He was indicted in November by a Grand Jury. Full story...
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Former assisted living CFO in NC pleads guilty

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The former chief financial officer of a chain of assisted living facilities in North Carolina has pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud the Internal Revenue Service. Full story...
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Bill to help Lejeune Marines closer to approval

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Thousands of Camp Lejeune Marines and family members who suffered because of water contamination at the base are closer to receiving health care for their illnesses. Full story...
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LaRoque asked to consider resigning

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House Speaker Thom Tillis said he's advised a fellow Republican member who was indicted on federal charges to resign from the chamber. Full story...
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Domestic disturbance leads to knife injuries

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A domestic disturbance led police to a home in Elizabethtown Wednesday evening. James Hunt and Erika Pearson both had minor knife injuries. Full story...
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