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Archive - Apr 12, 2013

WWAY's Friday night sports - April 12; Reunion for 1993 New Hanover baseball state champions

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videoTrot Nixon, Fletcher Bates, Parker Southerland, Chris Luther and Eric Faulk were just a few of the New Hanover Wildcats who attended a reunion for the 1993 state championship baseball team. WWAY was there for all the tall tales. This is clearly one of the best teams in the history of Wilmington sports. Plus more! Full story...
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The Avett Brothers rocked downtown's stage and sold out the venue

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videoA peaceful night sky welcomed a noisy crowd downtown for the Friday Azalea Festival concert. The Avett Brothers rocked the stage Downtown with a unique sound that sold out the venue completely. The band even attracted hundreds of fans to the outskirts of the CFCC parking lot. They say the show was just as good. Full story...
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NCDOT picks winners in bridge-building competition

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Exploris Middle School of Raleigh and Franklin Academy High School of Wake Forest are the winners in the state Department of Transportation's bridge-building contest. Full story...
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NC man accused of falsifying odometer readings

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The U.S. Department of Justice says a Raleigh man passed off used cars with false odometer readings in a scam covering four years. Full story...
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Historic Home Tour: Alexander Sprunt House

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videoAs you enjoy this weekend's Azalea Festival Historic Home Tour, don't miss the landscaping at the Alexander Sprunt House. Full story...
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Reef balls make a lasting legacy

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video People gathered to help guarentee lost loved ones a lasting legacy in North Carolina waters. Eternal Reefs mixes the remains into a concrete ball and then families place them in the ocean. Full story...
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Health inspectors out in force to check Street Fair food

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videoThe Azalea Festival Street Fair starts tonight, and food vendors are set up along Water Street. That means New Hanover County Health Inspectors are out in full force making sure all those tasty treats are also safe to eat. Full story...
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Largest model railroad set-up in Wilmington on display

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videoTrain and model railroad enthusiasts who want an escape this weekend might want to check out the largest model railroad ever assembled in Wilmington. Full story...
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Hairston returning for junior season at UNC

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North Carolina guard P.J. Hairston says he'll return for his junior season instead of entering the NBA draft. Full story...
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Dartmouth's Folt to become UNC-Chapel Hill leader

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A board has elected Dartmouth College interim president to become the next chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Full story...
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NC Supreme Court overturns Duke Energy rate hike

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North Carolina's highest court has overturned a substantial rate hike sought by Duke Energy and approved by state utilities regulators. Full story...
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NC A&T lockdown lifted after report of armed man

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North Carolina A&T State University has lifted a lockdown imposed after reports of a man with a rifle on campus. Full story...
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Weather forces historic changes to start of Garden Tour

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videoHeavy rain this morning caused a change that had never happened in the 60-year history of the Cape Fear Garden Club Azalea Garden Tour. The weather forced the ribbon cutting for the tour indoors instead of being at one of the homes on the tour. Full story...
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CFCC to name art gallery after Wilma Daniels

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Wilmington resident Wilma W. Daniels will be honored at Cape Fear Community College next week for her years of support to the college's foundation. Full story...
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Azalea Garden #2: Crippen Garden

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video The second stop on this year's Azalea Garden Tour takes you back to where it all began. This ivy-lined home was featured on the very first Azalea Garden tour 60 years ago. Full story...
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