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Archive - Jan 6, 2013

WWAY's Sunday night sports - Jan. 6

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videoOn Sunday the UNCW women's basketball team opened the CAA part of their schedule with a defeat. The UNC Tar Heel men's basketball squad opened the ACC part of their schedule with a setback. The Washington Redskins also lost on Sunday. Despite a knee injury Robert Griffin III tried to play through pain, but the Seattle Seahawks prevailed to advance in the NFL playoffs. Full story...
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TSA screener arrested and fired for taking money from suitcase

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Police in Charlotte said a Transportation Security Administration screener was arrested and fired from his job for taking money from someone's suitcase. Full story...
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Teachers get lesson in gun training

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In the wake of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary, teachers in the Triangle have responded by spending their Sunday in the classroom, in a free firearms training course. Full story...
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Deputies say shootings that cross state lines may be connected

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video The Columbus County Sheriff's Office says two shootings on Friday that cross state lines may be connected. Police say Timothy Goings and Natasha Smith were shot Friday in the Green Acres community in Tabor City. Full story...
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Twin brothers arrested in connection to Christmas day murder

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video The Columbus County Sheriff's Office says two men have been arrested in connection to a Christmas day murder. Napolean Cooper and his twin brother Lapoleon Cooper were arrested for the murder of Gilberto Segovia. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Missing Alma Lawson's family feels there is closure

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videoFriday, human remains were found in Wilmington's Love Grove community, three months after 83-year-old Alma Lawson went missing from the area. Even though that body has not yet been positively identified, Lawson's son believes it is his mother. He says he now has some closure. Full story...
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