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Archive - May 22, 2013

ONLY ON 3: Deputy under investigation after blocking handicapped parking space

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video Add the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office to the list of local law enforcement agencies in the spotlight because of officer's alleged bad behavior. The actions of one deputy may have given the entire department a black eye. A disabled WWAY viewer claims a New Hanover County Sheriff's deputy intentionally blocked his handicapped spot in the parking lot of a Wilmington business. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - May 22

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videoThe CAA Baseball Championship is underway, but severe weather has been the winner so far. The UNCW baseball team won't hit the field until Thursday afternoon. UNCW student athletes held a protest demonstration on Wednesday. North Brunswick & Trask are ready to move on in the baseball & softball state playoffs. We stopped by practice in Leland. Plus more! Full story...
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3 charged in Bladen County native's murder; blunt force trauma cause of death

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videoPolice say a Bladen County native found dead in her Raleigh apartment earlier this month died of blunt force trauma. Full story...
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Randy to the Rescue: New Construction Outside of Home

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video Building a new house brings many opportunities for unique selections. Full story...
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Junior League President visits Children's Museum of Wilmington

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video The Junior League of Wilmington has helped shape our community for the last 60 years through various service projects. Full story...
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State Ports Authority honors Merchant Mariners

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video The State Ports Authority honored Merchant Mariners who served during World War II. A wreath and flowers were tossed into the Cape Fear River on Wednesday. Full story...
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NC college could lose aid for not reporting crimes

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Elizabeth City State University could face the loss of federal financial aid as well as nearly $4.4 million in fines for not reporting more than 120 crimes as required by law. Full story...
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NC House bill opens renegotiation on Dix property

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House lawmakers want to give the state and the city of Raleigh time to renegotiate a lease for the Dorothea Dix property. Full story...
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NC terror suspect killed in overseas drone strike

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The Obama administration has acknowledged that a Raleigh man wanted on federal terrorism charges has been killed in an overseas drone strike. Full story...
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BUILDING HISTORY: Brunswick Inn

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video This building was started in 1800 and it was a Governor’s summer home. Now it is the home of Jim and Judy Clary and the home for their business, the Brunswick Inn. Full story...
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Student athletes rally to save sports at UNCW

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videoPossible cuts at UNCW athletics continue to make headlines. Last week a sports committee at the university recommended eliminating five sports on campus. On Wednesday student athletes rallied to show support of Seahawk sports. Full story...
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Carolina Beach dredging, renewal project nears end

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video After weeks of construction, crews in Carolina Beach are working hard to finish dredging and the beach renourishment by next week. Full story...
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WPD investigates afternoon shooting

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videoWilmington Police say a man was shot in the foot in the 900 block of Emory Street. The shooting happened just after 3 p.m. Full story...
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Friend remembers Bladen Co. native killed in Raleigh

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video Melissa Huggins-Jones moved to Raleigh from Tennessee two weeks before her death May 14. A friend describes her as someone who loved life and loved the people in her life. She had just moved to raleigh looking for a new start when it all came to an end. Full story...
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Law enforcement looks for seat belt violations as 'Click it or Ticket' kicks off

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videoIt's the 20th year for the "Click it or Ticket" campaign in North Carolina, and officers are still pulling over many of you for not wearing your seat belts. Just in time for Memorial Day, law enforcement is again out to remind you to buckle up. Full story...
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