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Archive - Feb 27, 2013

Bill would add Bible study at NC public schools

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videoA new bill could allow students to study the Bible in North Carolina schools. No student would be required to take the class. It would be offered as an elective. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - Feb. 27 Farewell to Keith Rendleman & second round state playoffs

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videoWednesday turned out to be a fairly dramatic night in our region for second round state playoff action in high school basketball. We showcased six high school games plus the backyard Brunswick-Cape Fear men's college game. On top of that it was senior night at UNCW where Keith Rendleman and Matt Wilson both played their final game at Trask Coliseum. Full story...
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CFCC instructor appears in 'Nashville' episode

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video If you watched Nashville on ABC and WWAY Wednesday night, you may have caught a local man on screen. Cape Fear Community College Drama Instructor Jack Landry had a small speaking part in the episode. Landry played a paparazzo trying to get video of main character, Rayna Jaymes, played by Connie Britton. Full story...
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Randy to the Rescue: Burlap Table Runner

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video As Randy Aldridge has displayed in the past, burlap can be a versitile fabric. This week he is turning an inexpensive piece of burlap into a stunning table runner. If your dining table is starving for a new look, check out Randy to the Rescue. Full story...
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Monkey Junction Annexation bill passes in Senate

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A bill that would keep people who live in Monkey Junction from having to pay six months of Wilmington taxes took its first step today. Full story...
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NC woman sentenced on child pornography charge

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A Fayetteville woman has been sentenced to 30 years in prison after federal prosecutors say she drugged a child and produced pornographic images while the child was unconscious. Full story...
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McCrory concerned about return of payday loans

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Gov. Pat McCrory is concerned about a bill that would allow a form of short-term borrowing to return to North Carolina a decade after the legislature outlawed payday loans. Full story...
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Union County engineer named to NC utilities panel

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Gov. Pat McCrory has made his first appointment to the North Carolina Utilities Commission, choosing an energy engineer at a metal manufacturing company to help regulate the state's electric, natural gas and telecommunications markets. Full story...
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