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Archive - Mar 2013

FIRST ON 3: Investigators say Pender Co. deputy was drunk before wrecking car

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video A Pender County Sheriff's deputy is out of a job after being charged with DWI after a car crash in Onslow County this morning. Full story...
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Census moves Brunswick Co. into the Myrtle Beach metro stats

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U.S. Census population counts for metro Wilmington will no longer include Brunswick County, according to new population shifts in the county and federal guidelines for demography. Full story...
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NCDOT awards $11.6 million contract to replace 16 Columbus County bridges

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The North Carolina Department of Transportation has awarded E.S. Wagner Co., LLC – South CA of Piedmont, SC, an $11.6 million express design-build contract to replace 16 bridges in Columbus County. Full story...
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8th Marine dies after Nevada mortar explosion

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A Veterans of Foreign Wars official says an eighth Marine has died after a mortar shell explosion during mountain warfare training in Nevada's high desert. Full story...
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MARKING HISTORY: Civil War vet William Loring travels and fights for Egyptian Army

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videoWilliam Loring led a military career that saw him fight for three different flags over five decades. The most interesting of which being his time spent in Egypt. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: House fire sparks with residents, infant inside

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Flames destroyed a Wilmington home with residents inside after a pot was left unattended in the kitchen. Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - March 18

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videoOn Monday UNCW announced that two of Buzz Peterson's assistant coaches will not be returning to the Seahawk bench next season. In the NBA the winning streak for Miami is now 23. It's the second longest in the history of the NBA. Plus more! Full story...
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NC General Assembly cop facing sex abuse charges

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A 15-year veteran of the N.C. General Assembly Police Department has been arrested on a number of sex charges involving children and dating back to 2002. Full story...
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NC's Bill of Rights copy takes rare bow in public

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North Carolina's copy of the Bill of Rights - once stolen but only recently recovered - has made a brief public appearance at the old Capitol building where historians say a Union soldier likely took it as the Civil War ended. Full story...
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NC county commissioners open meeting with prayer

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Rowan County commissioners have opened their latest public meeting with a prayer, one week after the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina filed a lawsuit over the practice. Full story...
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