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Archive - Sep 27, 2012

Video details incident involving Chadbourn town manager

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video It's been more than 18 months since Chadbourn Town Manager Stevie Cox was charged with impersonating a police officer. Today, we're finally getting a look at what led to the charge. SEE FULL VIDEO INSIDE. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - Sept. 27

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video On Thursday night on WWAY we took a look ahead at a handful of high school football games that are slated for Friday night in the Wilmington area... On Thursday a crew of regular NFL officials returned to Baltimore to officiate the Ravens-Browns game... Plus more ! Full story...
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2 NC women plead guilty in Va. to sex trafficking

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Two North Carolina women face up to five years in prison for bringing a 13-year-old girl to Virginia to work as a prostitute. Full story...
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Charlotte Transit-Alcohol Ads Alcohol ad approved for Charlotte light-rail train

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An alcohol advertisement will soon cover part of a Charlotte light-rail train after the idea was approved by the city's transit commission. Full story...
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2 Fayetteville men arrested in home repair scam

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Two Fayetteville residents are accused by authorities of bilking a couple out of nearly $39,000 by promising to do renovations at their house but never finishing the work. Full story...
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NC governor's race heats up over racial accusations

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Republican Pat McCrory says North Carolina politics has reached a new low after a video released by Democratic gubernatorial rival Walter Dalton accuses the former Charlotte mayor of being insensitive to black residents. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Sexual battery, assault on female warrants issued against BSL mayor

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video Four warrants have been issued for the mayor of Boiling Spring Lakes. Three of the warrants against Richard White are for sexual battery. The fourth is for assault on a female. Full story...
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Berger drops agenda items he added, doesn't remember requesting them

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video New Hanover County Commissioners held their agenda briefing meeting this afternoon. They expected controversy, but it never happened. The board expected to hear from fellow commissioner Brian Berger about a number of things he asked to have added to the agenda, but that never happened. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Father continues fight for son put up for adoption

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There are new details in the case of a father trying to get custody of the son he did not know about. As you saw ONLY ON 3 back in May, Greg Johns found out he had a son when the baby was six months old and up for adoption Full story...
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City: Flip's Bar-B-Que sign must go

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Although it's been a staple in town for 50 years, the City of Wilmington says the sign outside Flip's Bar-B-Q on Oleander Drive must come down. After a few deadline extensions, the city has given owner Bob Church until Monday to take the 65 square foot sign down. Full story...
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GE-Hitachi says laser enrichment plant would be safe

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video Earlier this week, the GE-Hitachi facility in Castle Hayne received federal approval to enrich uranium using laser technology. But what exactly does that mean, and what are the implications to our community? Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Captain in parasailing deaths faces federal charges

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The captain of the boat involved in the parasailing death of two women in Ocean Isle Beach faces federal charges. Full story...
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UPDATE: Woman missing since June returns home

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office says Tamara Smith Hare's family says she has returned home and is safe. Full story...
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Killer who escaped NC prison farm recaptured

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A convicted killer who walked away from a North Carolina prison farm has been recaptured after more than four days on the run. Full story...
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UNC-CH sets up chancellor search committee

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The chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is making it clear that his decision to resign is final and that he has a lot work ahead before he leaves the school in June. Full story...
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