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Archive - May 2013

Trot Nixon added to Wilmington Walk of Fame

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videoWWAY's Trot Nixon was inducted into the Celebrate Wilmington Walk of Fame at the Cotton Exchange on Friday afternoon. Mayor Bill Saffo also declared Friday Trot Nixon Day in Wilmington. Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - May 31; Scorpions and Seahawks lose; "Trot Nixon Day" in Wilmington

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videoOn Friday North Brunswick lost game one of their best of three baseball state championship series. The UNCW baseball team lost to Elon in the NCAA's. Friday was "Trot Nixon Day' in Wilmington. We've got the complete story from Saturday's ceremony. Full story...
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Police officers credited with saving women, baby from near drowning

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Two Wrightsville Beach Police officers saved two women and an infant from a near drowning this evening. Full story...
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Blood in the Water: The Expedition Hurricane of 1861

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video"Blood in the Water" tells the story of an ill-fated naval expedition during the early days of the Civil War and helps get you ready for Hurricane Season 2013. Full story...
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Sides settle NC lawsuit over $910,000 fish prize

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One of the country's richest deep-sea fishing tournaments and the anglers who landed an 880-pound blue marlin are settling their North Carolina lawsuit over the $910,000 prize. Full story...
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Authorities arrest NC man sought for car fire

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Caldwell County authorities have arrested a man who they say doused a woman's car with gasoline and set it on fire as she and another person sat inside. Officials say Wayne Burns was arrested during a traffic stop in neighboring Burke County early Friday morning. Full story...
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Mistrial declared after jury deadlocks in NC trial

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A Superior Court judge has declared a mistrial after the jury in the first-degree murder trial of a Durham man failed to reach a unanimous verdict. Full story...
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Downtown businesses cash in on Sundown Concert series

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videoWilmington downtown businesses looked to cash in on the Downtown Sundown Concert series’ crowd on Friday night. Full story...
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Troopers look for car that hit and killed toddler in Duplin County

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State troopers are looking for a vehicle that hit and killed a 21-month-old child who wandered into the road this afternoon. Full story...
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New arts and culture magazine hits Wilmington shelves

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videoA new arts and culture magazine is now available on store shelves around Wilmington. Salt is making its debut with its June issue. Full story...
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UPDATE: Wilmington residents outraged by stolen Venus Flytraps

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videoAlderman Park was a place that students from nearby Alderman Elementary could come to view the Venus Flytraps' beauty, and learn about the carnivorous plants, up until now. Full story...
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North Brunswick plays for state title, former head coach

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video The North Brunswick Scorpions baseball team is swinging for their first state championship since 1998, but their trip to Zebulon could have gone foul many times throughout the long season. Full story...
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Brunswick County wildfire contained

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video Forestry crews in Brunswick County spent most of the afternoon battling a massive wild fire off of Highway 17 near Royal Oak Road in Shallotte. Full story...
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NC man sought after car torched with woman inside

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Deputies in Caldwell County have issued warrants for a man who they say doused a woman's car with gasoline and set it on fire as she and another person sat inside. Investigators say the woman came home to find someone had broken into her house. The investigators say the woman thought she knew who broke in and went with another person to confront the person she suspected. Full story...
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NC officials warn of hurricane impact inland

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State officials are reminding North Carolina residents that hurricanes don't limit their damage to the coast and that even a smaller storm or one that doesn't make landfall can cause damage. Full story...
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