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Archive - Apr 14, 2013

WWAY's Sunday night sports - April 14

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videoThe national championship for beach wrestling will be held at Carolina Beach later this month. We have the details on the national event. The UNCW baseball team suffered a home loss on Sunday against Delaware. Adam Scott is the first Australian to win the Masters. Sports is part of the Azalea Festival; thus, we checked out Azalea boxing. Plus more! Full story...
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Raleigh's Chavis Park carousel to reopen this week

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Raleigh leaders hope a $2 million renovation will attract people to the historic carousel at Chavis Park when it reopens later this week. Full story...
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No updates on missing NC soldier 1 year later

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The one-year anniversary of the disappearance of a Fort Bragg soldier has come and gone with no new information about what happened to her. Full story...
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Street fair draws thousands to downtown Wilmington

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video It’s the final day of the 2013 Azalea Festival and thousands are hitting downtown to enjoy the street fair. Full story...
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Multicultural Stage shares diversity at Azalea Festival

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videoOnce again this year the Azalea Festival featured the Multicultural Stage during the Street Fair. WWAY's Brandon Taylor served as Master of Ceremonies this afternoon. Full story...
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Azalea Festival Art Show raises money for art scholarships

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video The Azalea Festival may be about flowers, but it also has an event for for art lovers. The 31st Juried Art Show featured more than 100 work by artists from North Carolina and surrounding states. Full story...
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DOT to close part of NC 904 starting Monday

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The NC Department of Transportation will close a section of NC 904/Seaside Road 0.8 miles south of US 17 near Grissettown in Brunswick County from Monday at 7 a.m. until Monday, May 6, at 5 p.m. for a pipe replacement. Full story...
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Home tour opens door to Wilmington's history

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videoThe Azalea Festival is more than all that tasty food and fun games. Home owners T.J. and Judy Porter revealed Wilmington's historic past by hosting the ribbon cutting yesterday for the Azalea Festival Historic Home Tour, which featured ten historic sites in all. Full story...
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Hundreds turn out for Azalea Festival Coin Show

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videoThe Cape Fear Coin Club hosted a coin show for Azalea Festival weekend. There were more than 30 dealers at the event at the American Legion on Pine Grove Drive to buy, sell, appraise and trade coins. Full story...
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At 100 days, McCrory enters new policy phase

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North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory seems to have found his footing within state government after more than three months in office. The question is whether voters and Republican colleagues at the General Assembly will continue to like where he stands. Full story...
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Fisherman drowns in Bladen County

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videoA Bladenboro man is dead after falling out of his boat while fishing Saturday. The accident happened around noon Saturday on the Black River near the Pender County line. Full story...
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BY GEORGE: Our most precious resource

Most of us sure have it easy living in the U.S., for a wide variety of reasons.  But one in particular stands out:  cheap, clean and safe water.  As a matter of fact, if water in thi