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Archive - Oct 6, 2013

WWAY's Sunday night sports - October 7

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videoFormer Laney Buccaneer Tamera Young is headed to Israel to play pro basketball. Young sat down with WWAY's John Rendleman to explain her move. The momentum the Carolina Panthers had prior to Sunday's game in Arizona is gone. The Arizona Cardinals knocked off the Panthers 22-6. The Carolina Hurricanes picked up their first win of the season. Plus more! Full story...
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Multiple faiths help build habitat home

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videoChristians, Buddhists, Jews, and Muslims joined together at 502 Clay Street in Wilmington this weekend to help build a habitat home. Full story...
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YWCA and Wilmington Housing Authority host pool day for kids

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videoIt was pool day at the YWCA, and some kids got a chance to dive in, splash around, and learn a thing or two about swim safety. Full story...
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35th annual Riverfest comes to a close

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videoThe 35th annual Riverfest has come to a close after a fun weekend of food, fireworks, and plenty of activities for the whole family. The festival celebrated its 35th birthday by pulling out all the stops. From live music, arts and crafts, and children's activities to competitions, dancing, martial arts and more, Riverfest attendee John Munn says this year's festival was a huge success. Full story...
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Pro-life advocates form Life Chain

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videoFor the 23rd year in a row, pro-life advocates in more than 1,500 cities joined in prayer for the national Life Chain. Full story...
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Karen dissipates to remnant low, Cold front taps into leftover moisture

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video Karen has fallen apart, but some leftover rain from the system is still likely in North Carolina by Monday. Full story...
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