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Archive - Jul 2012

FIRST ON 3: Hear the 911 call from OIB animal bite

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video New details to the animal bite yesterday at Ocean Isle Beach. WWAY obtained the 911 call from the incident, in which an animal bit a 12-year-old boy in the water Full story...
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Pro Bowl C Kalil predicts Panthers win Super Bowl

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Ryan Kalil predicts the Carolina Panthers will win the Super Bowl this season - and he put his money where his mouth is to prove it. Full story...
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NC schools' Atkinson testifies to Congress on cuts

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North Carolina's elected public schools cheerleader is on Capitol Hill describing the effect on education if Congress fails to restructure broad budget cuts coming at the end of the year. Full story...
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NC sets state record for film production spending

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North Carolina has set a record for in-state film production spending this year with five months left to go. The North Carolina Film Office reported Wednesday that 35 films in 30 counties have accounted for $300 million in spending this year. Full story...
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Hog farm ordered to pay for wetlands preservation

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A Columbus County hog farm operator has been ordered to pay $1.5 million in fines and restitution for violations of the federal Clean Water Act. Full story...
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NC ranks 34th in overall wellbeing of its children

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A new study ranks North Carolina s 34th in the nation in terms of the overall wellbeing of its children. Full story...
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House panel to examine allegations against LaRoque

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North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis says he will form a special committee to examine last week's federal indictment against a fellow legislator and recommend what action, if any, is warranted by the chamber. Full story...
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NC's Planned Parenthood gets federal funding

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North Carolina lawmakers refused to provide funding to Planned Parenthood, but the women's health organization has obtained a federal grant worth three times as much as the state refused to provide. Full story...
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