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Archive - Apr 11, 2013

WWAY's Thursday night sports - April 11

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videoOn Thursday we checked out baseball & softball action from Shallotte between West Brunswick and Whiteville. We had baseball and soccer from Wilmington. This showcased Ashley, Hoggard, Laney and New Hanover. Former UNCW women's head basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke is on the move. On Thursday she announced she's heading back to Southern Cal. Plus more! Full story...
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Fishermen vs. surfers at Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen meeting

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videoFishermen and surfers faced off at the Wrightsville Beach Board of Aldermen meeting Thursday night. The two sides battled over the surfing restrictions near both Johnnie Mercer's Pier and Crystal Pier. Full story...
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Historic Home Tour: J.W. Brooks Building

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videoA stop on the Azalea Festival Historic Home Tour is a building originally built as a grocery store. The J.W. Brooks Building is now a fine home for one Wilmington couple. Full story...
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NC man arrested for stealing jet fuel from airport

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Police have arrested a man after they found 275 gallons of jet fuel in a storage facility near Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Full story...
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McCrory says no plans to consolidate UNC campuses

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Gov. Pat McCrory says lawmakers are not considering the consolidation of any University of North Carolina campuses as a way to save money. Full story...
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Shakeup of Asheville water system backed by House

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A bill to transfer control of Asheville's water system to a regional authority has received initial approval from the North Carolina House. Full story...
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Azalea concerts could tax taxi service

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videoWith thousands of people expected to fill the streets of Downtown Wilmington this weekend you would think most cab drivers would be excited about the extra business but that's not the case. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: DA says SBI to investigate after Bolton police chief shot

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videoWhiteville Police are looking for the man they say shot Bolton Police Chief Edward Gillim in the leg Wednesday night. Full story...
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Azalea Queen visits around the Port City

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video The Azalea Festival Queen and her court took a tour of the Port City today. It was a busy one, visiting children at a school and hospital. Full story...
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New Hanover deputies bust video gambling parlor

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The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office says its Vice and Narcotics Unit busted an illegal gambling operation. It's the second bust of its kind this year. Full story...
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Students turn loose change into help for cancer research

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videoStudents at Wilmington's Mary C. Williams Elementary School celebrated the success of their "Pasta for Pennies" fundraiser. For a week and a half, students scoured their homes, turning over couch cushions and ringing neighbors' doorbells looking for any spare change they could donate. Full story...
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Former UNCW coach Cooper-Dyke leaves TSU for Southern Cal

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Former UNCW women's basketball coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke is heading back to her alma mater Southern California, according to a Houston TV station. Full story...
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Charlotte gets latitude on taxes for NFL stadium

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Legislators have given final approval to let the city of Charlotte use current area hotel and prepared food and beverage taxes to assist with upgrades the Carolina Panthers want for Bank of America Stadium. Full story...
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NC House Republicans file major immigration bill

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North Carolina House Republicans have filed legislation granting driving privileges to undocumented immigrants while adding new enforcement measures, including a provision allowing law enforcement officers to check immigration status during stops or arrests if they reasonably suspect a person is living in the country illegally. Full story...
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Sandy retired from tropical storm name list

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Sandy is being retired from the list of tropical storm names because of the catastrophic damage its massive size and strength caused along the East Coast last year. Full story...
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