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Archive - Jan 30, 2013

WWAY's Wednesday night sports - Jan. 30

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videoOn Wednesday night we showcased NC State swimmer Stephen Coetzer on our sports segment on WWAY. This wasn't our first time featuring the former Laney standout. In fact we went down memory lane with the former Buccaneer who's now one of the top swimmers on the nationally ranked Wolfpack swim team. Full story...
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Bill would let permit holders take guns into restaurants with alcohol

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video How well do guns and alcohol mix? A new bill in the General Assembly would allow people with concealed carry permits into restaurants where alcohol is served. Full story...
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Local eugenics victim speaks out

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videoThey became unwilling victims after their home state deemed them unfit to reproduce. Now 39 years after the Eugenics program ended they are being given a voice inside of the state house. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Elizabethtown bank robbery suspect arrested in California

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video A man wanted for a bank robbery in Bladen County earlier this month has been arrested in California. Full story...
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Make-a-Wish sending UNCW freshman to Super Bowl

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video A UNCW student's wish of going to the Super Bowl is coming true thanks to the people at the Make-a-Wish Foundation. Freshman Alex Harris is one of just 12 kids in the United States getting an all-expense paid trip to the big game from Make-a-Wish. Full story...
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Randall Parkway back open in both directions

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video Both lanes of Randall Parkway are back open. One lane of traffic had been closed while crews installed drainage pipes underneath the road. Full story...
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Man hospitalized after jumping on cars

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video Wilmington Police say a man was taken to the hospital last night after jumping onto the hoods of two vehicles stopped for a train on 5th Avenue at Martin Street. Full story...
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BUILDING HISTORY: Children's Museum of Wilmington

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video With more than 17,000 square feet of fun, it's every child's dream, but the Children's Museum of Wilmington also offers something for history buffs. Full story...
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