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Archive - Oct 2, 2013

Haywood County farmers get permission to kill elk

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North Carolina wildlife managers have given farmers in Haywood County the go-ahead to shoot and kill elk found on their land. Full story...
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Fewer acorns mean more bears roaming western NC

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A poor acorn crop in the higher elevations has led to more bear sightings in western North Carollna valleys, with experts saying the increased activity likely will last into the winter. Full story...
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Attempted robbery ends in gunshots

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A man was shot during an attempted robbery in Wilmington Wednesday. Lt. Obbie Blanton with the Wilmington Police Department said it happened around 9 p.m. at 8th and Dawson Streets. Full story...
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BUILDING HISTORY: Hall's Drug Store

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video "In 1901 my grandfather had just gotten out of Pharmacy school, he opened up Hall's Drug store.” Alex Hall told us. Full story...
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Police: Lilac Court murder victim shot to death

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videoA Wilmington man is dead after police say he was murdered in his home last night. Neighbors say the 51-year-old man moved into in the Village at Greenfield apartment complex within the past year and lived alone. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - October 2

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videoOn Wednesday we attended "Media Day" for the UNC Wilmington men's basketball team. Three local players will be on this year's squad. The Hoggard-New Hanover football game is just two days away. We previewed the big game in our sports segment. Laney captured our team of the week award. Plus more! Full story...
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Coaching staff overhaul has Seahawks ready to soar

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video After years of struggling both on and off the court is this the year that Buzz’s boys put all that behind them and turn the UNCW men’s basketball program around. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Shake-up at Roger Bacon Academy

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According to multiple sources, Mark Cramer, headmaster and CEO of the Roger Bacon Academy was recently terminated. We called the academy twice to ask if they could confirm his departure and to talk with founder Baker Mitchell. Office Manager Jill Applewhite hung up on us twice. Full story...
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