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Archive - Feb 6, 2013

WWAY's Wednesday night sports - Feb. 6

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videoOn Wednesday the UNCW men's basketball team snapped their losing skid against the Panthers of Georgia State. The Seahawks won 76-72 at Trask Coliseum. On Wednesday we also showcased women's basketball action with Cape Fear hosting Brunswick and high school basketball play between North & South Brunswick. Plus, signing day for local high school seniors. Full story...
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Chancellor appoints task force to look into UNCW athletics

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video UNCW Chancellor Gary L. Miller has initiated a comprehensive review of the university's athletics portfolio. Conducted by the newly formed Intercollegiate Athletics Review Committee (IARC), the review is part of UNCW's effort to bolster the university's existing athletics program and explore new ways to support its student athletes, optimize its fiscal health, and engage with the community. Full story...
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Fair Bluff Town Manager doesn't like to see himself on TV; Won't address employee who wrecked car

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Wednesday Town Manager Al Leonard did not have any answers about what has or will happen. video Leonard, who ran for state House last year and also serves as Tabor City's Manager, refused to go on camera saying, "I don't like to see myself on TV." Full story...
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Randy to the Rescue: Valentine's Day flower tips

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video For the past few weeks, Randy Aldridge has been at Fiore Fine Flowers picking up some tips leading up to Valentine's Day. Full story...
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Panetta proposes cap on military salary raises

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video Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on Wednesday laid out a grim list of spending cuts the Pentagon will have to make in the coming weeks that he said will seriously damage the country's economy and degrade the military's ability to respond to a crisis. Full story...
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Repairs to Kenan Fountain are complete

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video Repairs and improvements made to the Kenan Fountain on Market Street in Downtown Wilmington are now complete after new lighting was installed this week. Full story...
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BUILDING HISTORY: Coastline Convention Center

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It's been a part of Wilmington history for more than 100 years. These days it's a great place for a party, show or convention. The Coastline Convention Center has had to change to stay on track. Full story...
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Local athletes make commitments official

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videoVerbal commitments became official commitments all throughout the region on Wednesday as student athletes put the pen to the paper on the first day of the national letter of intent signing period. Full story...
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WFD rolls out old engine, rolls in new

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video It was out with the old, and in with the new today. The Wilmington Fire Department welcomed a new truck for station No. 5. Full story...
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WCA students pack meals for hungry children overseas

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video Students from a Wilmington high school joined together today to help children in need thousands of miles away. It was a sea full of hairnets and high hopes at Wilmington Christian Academy, as students worked hard to feed the hungry. Full story...
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