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Archive - Apr 5, 2013

WWAY's Friday night sports - April 5

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videoOn Friday Hoggard pitcher Bryan Sammons pitched an outstanding game against arch-rival New Hanover. We were there to check out the action. On Friday we featured jiu jitsu world champion Hope Aikens of Wilmington. She's about to take her talents to Dubai. The UNCW baseball team lost on Friday. It's only the second time this season they've lost back to back games. Full story...
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Star Party kicks off North Carolina's Science Festival

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videoThe universe is still a vast mystery to us. A mystery most people just enjoy taking in. That's why over 700 people lined up at Airlie Gardens Friday night to do some star gazing. Star Parties around the state kicked off North Carolina's Science Festival. The goal is to get people more interested in science. Full story...
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Thieves take $7,000 in jewelry from NC store

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Police in Pineville are looking for a man and woman who took nearly $7,000 worth of jewelry from a store. Full story...
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McCrory appointee raised $106,000 for campaign

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A newly sworn-in North Carolina Board of Transportation member raised more than $100,000 for Gov. Pat McCrory's 2012 campaign, records show. Full story...
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High school student killed in Bladen county crash

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videoA car crash in Bladen county killed one teenager and sent two others to the hospital. Highway Patrol Trooper P.M. Sanders says William Humphrey, 17, of Fayetteville was killed. The Fayetteville Observer is reporting Humphrey was a junior at Cape Fear High School and a standout athlete. Full story...
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Explore with George: 'Ivey Hayes: A Retrospective'

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Wilmington's Bellamy Mansion is hosting a look back at the works of one of our area's most beloved artists whom we lost last year. video Full story...
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KITCHEN SCOOP: Pasta With Asparagus

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videoAsparagus is a great spring vegetable...and versatile, too. It works well as a side, but also as the star of a dish. Alicia Ross has a great recipe for Pasta with Asparagus...that has a bit of a kick as well. Full story...
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Cop hurt in Wednesday crash OK

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videoWilmington Police have released the name of an officer injured in a traffic crash Wednesday night. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Assault victim sues hospital, ex-husband

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videoA woman assaulted by her ex-husband at New Hanover Regional Medical Center more than two years ago has filed a lawsuit against him and the hospital. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Defendant sues sheriff, prosecutor for harassment, violating rights

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video A Brunswick County business owner charged with dealing in stolen goods has filed a lawsuit against some big names in law enforcement. Andrew Gentile says he suing them for violating his constitutional right and harassment. Full story...
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Wilmington man gets 25 years for 2011 drug bust

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videoA Wilmington man will spend 25 years in prison after admitting to federal drug and weapons charges. Earlier this year Leander Hands, 37, pleaded guilty to distribution of heroin and possession of a firearm among other crimes. Full story...
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McCrory appointee raised $106,000 for campaign

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A newly sworn-in North Carolina Board of Transportation member raised more than $100,000 for Gov. Pat McCrory's 2012 campaign. Full story...
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NHRMC reviews security procedures in wake of stabbing

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videoNew Hanover Regional Medical Center is reviewing its policies and procedures in the wake of a stabbing Wednesday night at the hospital. Full story...
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Judge says worker not guilty of sweepstakes charge

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A judge's ruling in a Catawba County sweepstakes cafe case is giving hope to operators in their battle to stay open in North Carolina. Full story...
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Sponsor of NC religion resolution apologizes

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One of the North Carolina legislators who sponsored a resolution declaring the state can make its own laws about religion without involvement from the federal government and courts is apologizing for any embarrassment to his community and state. Full story...
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