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Archive - Feb 1, 2013

KITCHEN SCOOP: Super Bowl chili

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video The biggest game of all is happening this weekend. And you don't want just the same old snacks while you kick back and watch. Full story...
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Crews respond to house fire in Brunswick County

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video Firefighters in Brunswick County responded to a house fire earlier tonight. Full story...
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Southport to honor heroes who saved man from sinking car

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video Three young men who saved a man from a sinking car in Southport last week will be honored for their good deed. Full story...
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Affordable home also safer, energy efficient

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videoConstruction workers are building a brighter, safer future for a family in Brunswick County. "It is definitely hard to process," Sonya Gardner said. "I am ecstatic. The walls are up in one day, and who would have figured that? But I am very happy." Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Woman recovers after I-40 crash

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videoA woman is still in the hospital after an accident that shut down I-40 yesterday. Full story...
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Avett Brothers to rock Azalea Festival again

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videoThe Azalea Festival is slowly unveiling details of this year's major events. At a news conference this morning organizers announced a repeat performance by a musical group that packed a festival concert just two years ago. Full story...
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NC Representative calls NAACP leader's efforts racist

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videoA newly-elected member of the state house is in the spotlight after claiming in an email that the diatribes of the NAACP's leader are "racist" and a product of a "race-opportunist." Full story...
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State folds in lawsuit over NC Possum Drop

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Barring a change in state law, the annual New Year's Eve Possum Drop in the mountains of North Carolina will have to carry on without a live animal. Full story...
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This Day in NC History: Woolworth protests launch national sit-in movement

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On February 1, 1960, four African American college students sat down at the lunch counter at Woolworth’s Department Store in downtown Greensboro and asked to be served. Full story...
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Burr to vote against Hagel as Defense Secretary

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videoChuck Hagel's nomination for Secretary Defense apparently has solid support from Senate Democrats, but he will not get the vote of a North Carolina Republican. Full story...
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Interim chief named for NC Ports

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videoJeff Miles has been appointed Acting Executive Director of the North Carolina State Ports Authority effective immediately. Miles, who joined the Ports in 2005 as Chief Operating Officer and was promoted to Deputy Executive Director in 2012, replaces Tom Bradshaw, who stepped down earlier this week after a year on the job. Full story...
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Prescribed burn today at Halyburton Park

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videoThe City of Wilmington has scheduled a prescribed burn today at Halyburton Park on S. 17th Street. Crews will burn approximately 30 acres at the park. Full story...
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KITCHEN SCOOP: Easy, crowd-pleasing Super Bowl snack

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video Kitchen Scoop's Alicia Ross shows us how to whip up a crowd-pleasing, filling dish that's so easy, you can enjoy your party too! Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - Jan. 31

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videoOn Thursday the UNCW women's basketball team had a chance to sweep an opponent for the first time this season, but William & Mary proved to be too tough in the end. The Tribe left Trask Coliseum with a two point victory. Coach Adell Harris and the Seahawks drop to 1-6 in the CAA. Full story...
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