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Archive - Aug 2012

WWAY's Friday night sports - August 31

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video Week number three of the high school football season is in the books. The cream is starting to rise to the top as New Hanover, Hoggard and South Columbus are starting to emerge from the pack in our neck of the woods as those three teams remain undefeated. Full story...
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Hammerheads prevail over Lions in playoffs

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Guess who's in the finals of USL Pro Soccer? It's Wilmington. Corey Hertzog scored twice to lead the Wilmington Hammerheads to a victory on Friday night over Orlando City. Full story...
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Detective; NC woman tried to poison 2 men

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Authorities in Burke County accuse a woman of poisoning the man she lived with and another man whom she was dating Full story...
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Duke Energy CEO: Details of merger work going well

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Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers is telling North Carolina regulators the merger with Progress Energy is progressing well two months after the deal creating the country's largest electric company was done. Full story...
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Beach business strong this year

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video While we still get to enjoy another three weeks of summer, the Labor Day weekend marks an unofficial turning point here in our beach towns. Local business say they caught a wave of cash this year. Full story...
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VOTE 2012: New Hanover Co. discusses polling place signage

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video As November nears, the New Hanover County Board of Elections discussed issues at polling places Friday. You may remember the sign in May when the Devon Methodist Church, which was a polling place, had a sign that proclaimed, "A true marriage is male and female and God." Full story...
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American, US Airways one step closer to merger

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American Airlines and US Airways are one step closer to a potential merger. The companies sa Full story...
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Campaign volunteer organizes bus trip for Obama speech

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Have a ticket to President Obama's acceptance speech next week? You don't have to drive yourself. Full story...
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