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Archive - Jan 21, 2013

WWAY's Monday night sports - Jan. 21

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videoThe MLK Jamfest at Union High School is complete. High school basketball action started at 10 in the morning. It lasted until 9 in the evening. Full story...
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Examination of landslide-damaged NC road continues

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Federal highway officials say they may have both a cost estimate and a repair timeline this week for the section of U.S. 441 in Cherokee destroyed in a landslide. Full story...
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Nash County receives $1 million for plant costs

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Sanderson Farms has given more than $1 million to Nash County to compensate for the costs of trying to bring a chicken processing plant to the county. Full story...
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Farmers prepare for cold weather

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videoIt has been a roller-coaster ride of weather this winter with record setting warmth in Southeastern North Carolina just last week. But it's time to bundle up. Full story...
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Cheerleader faces paralysis, tumbles to another national championship

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video She’s a tiny athlete with one heck of a talent. Taylor Reece, 11, has been jumping, flipping and spinning since the tender age of five. By age 10, she was even a national champion. But her high-flying success came to a screeching halt last May. Full story...
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Local response to president's second term

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videoIn Wilmington thousands took to the streets to honor Dr. Martin Luther King. We asked members of the crowd what they hope for as the president's took the oath of office. Full story...
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New route means record crowd for MLK Day Parade

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video The annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade had a new look this year, as the route headed downtown for the first time ever. Full story...
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WWAY news director arrested during MLK parade

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videoWilmington Police arrested WWAY News Director Scott Pickey for traffic offenses during the MLK Day Parade in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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Full text of Pres. Obama's second inaugural address

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President Obama's second inaugural address lasted about 19 minutes. Read the full text here. Full story...
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NC waited before disclosing meningitis outbreak

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videoEmails show North Carolina officials didn't notify the public about the possibility of a fungal meningitis outbreak until five days after they learned of the possibility. Full story...
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Wake County residents needed for cancer study

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The American Cancer Society is looking for Wake County residents who don't have a history of the disease to take part in a research project. Full story...
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NC wreck claims life of 6th person

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Police in a North Carolina town say another person has died from injuries suffered when an SUV crashed into a tree, raising the death toll to six. Full story...
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NC lawmaker foresees anti-abortion measures ahead

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A North Carolina lawmaker says his colleagues in the General Assembly are likely to consider proposals to exclude abortion coverage from federal health insurance exchanges and to outlaw abortions based on gender preferences. Full story...
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NC residents participate in King day, inauguration

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North Carolinians will observe the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday and public inauguration of President Barack Obama with observances, calls to service and celebrations. Full story...
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Wake County residents needed for cancer study

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The American Cancer Society is looking for Wake County residents who don't have a history of the disease to take part in a research project. Full story...
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