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Archive - Jan 12, 2013

Firefighters say Fire College training is as real as it gets

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video Class is in session this weekend at Cape Fear Community College's North campus in Castle Hayne. Hundreds of firefighters showed up for Fire College, a different kind of school that does not teach from books. Full story...
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Shed catches fire and damages two mobile homes

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video Crews responded to a fire Saturday afternoon on Davis Lane in Castle Hayne. According to Battalion Chief Mack Smith, the fire started in a shed that was between two mobile homes. It spread to the mobile homes and caused damages. Smith says the mobile homes are not a loss though and can be fixed. Full story...
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BY GEORGE: Is It Cold!

This article has nothing to do with climate warming and long-term weather and climate trends, so don’t take this, nor any other short-term weather phenomena as some sort of climate and world

WWAY's Friday night sports - Jan. 11

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videoRasheed Brown of Trask was the frontrunner for WWAY's play of the night with a sensational slam dunk in the second quarter for Trask. It didn't end up being the play of the night though. Ashley's T.J. Williams ended up with that honor after he slammed home a dunk at the buzzer to give Ashley a one point win over New Hanover. On Friday we featured action from seven different venues with eleven games in all on WWAY's Full Court Press. Full story...
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Trial nears in 2003 case that terrified NC town

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Next week jury selection begins for the murder trial of a man accused of killing an elderly woman in a small North Carolina city. Fifty-three-year-old Donald Borders is only charged in the 2003 death of 79-year-old Margaret Tessneer in Shelby, about 50 miles west of Charlotte. Full story...
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