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Archive - Jul 2012

Man, woman found dead in western North Carolina

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Henderson County sheriff's deputies think the death of a man and woman found in a home was a murder-suicide. Full story...
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ACLU in NC questions plans for license readers

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The American Civil Liberties Union in North Carolina has joined a number of other states is asking police for how they use automatic license plate readers to track and record movement. Full story...
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Former NC judge pleads guilty to mishandling cases

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A former Wake District Court judge has pleaded guilty to mishandling drunken driving cases. Full story...
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Shooting witness: 'He just went crazy, I think'

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video Two members of one family are dead after a shooting this morning in New Hanover County. It happened around 10 a.m. on Normandy Drive near Monkey Junction. Full story...
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Sister remembers disappearance, murder of Allison Jackson Foy six years later

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video Her remains were found on the side of Carolina Beach Road two years after her disappearance and her killer is still on the streets. Monday marks six years to the day when Allison Jackson Foy went missing. Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - July 30; first day of high school football practice

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video The first official practice day for high school football all across the state has come and gone. On Monday we checked out some of the sights and sounds on WWAY.... Raleigh native Tim Buckley has decided to come back to Raleigh to play for the Wolfpack. He's the first Penn State football player to transfer in the wake of the NCAA sanctions against the university.... Plus more! Full story...
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NC lawyer died of accidental drowning

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Authorities in the Turks & Caicos Islands say an autopsy shows that a North Carolina attorney died earlier this month due to accidental drowning. Full story...
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Fire destroys World War II-era church in NC

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Ashe County authorities are investigating a fire that destroyed a church built during World War II. Full story...
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