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Archive - May 23, 2013

WWAY's Thursday night sports - May 23

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videoIn order to win the CAA baseball title the UNCW baseball team must work their way through the loser's bracket of the CAA Championship. Towson defeated UNCW on Thursday 13-11. In order to make it to the state championship the Trask softball team has to win their next two games. Trask opened the 1-A eastern softball finals with an 8-2 setback against South Creek. Plus more! Full story...
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BCSO asks for helping finding stolen tractor trailer

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Brunswick Co. Sheriff's detectives need help finding a stolen tractor trailer and lowboy trailer. The Kenworth tractor trailer and lowboy were stolen from Wayne's Backhoe Service in Calabash in April. Full story...
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NC mom has son jailed for stealing toaster pastry

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A Charlotte woman who apparently had her fill of her son's behavior issues has decided to let local police deal with him. Full story...
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NC planning group approves toll lanes for I-77

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A two-county planning group has given unanimous approval to build toll lanes on a portion of Interstate 77 despite protests from critics. Full story...
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NC officials: Inmate disappeared from work release

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Authorities are searching for an inmate at Lincoln Correctional Center who disappeared from a work release program. Full story...
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Historic Wilmington Foundation recognizes preservation

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The Historic Wilmington Foundation held their annual preservation awards ceremony Thursday night to recognize efforts of those keeping and improving our historic buildings. Full story...
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CFPUA gives OK for $300,000 in penalties for sewage spills

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority, along with Wilmington and New Hanover County, is one step closer to coming to terms with the US Environmental Protection Agency over violations tied to a number of large sewage spills last decade. Full story...
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Student veteran wins tools for his trade

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One Cape Fear Community College student got a jump start on his career thanks to a new grant for student veterans who are preparing for jobs in the auto repair industry. Full story...
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Wilmington ranked among best housing markets

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video It looks like Wilmington's housing market is on the rebound. The Port City is ranked among the best markets in the country over the next five years. The website "Business Insider" ranks Wilmington number 13 on the list and is expecting growth over the years. Full story...
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Hagan talks Farm Bill, White House controversies

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videoIt's growing season on farms in the Tar Heel State. Meanwhile in Washington questions continue to grow about how the White House has handled several high-profile controversies. Full story...
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Five-car wreck sends four people to hospital

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videoA five-car pile-up clogged part of North College Road during the afternoon rush. Full story...
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Children's Museum reaches fundraising goal for new exhibit

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The Children's Museum of Wilmington reached its goal to raise money for a new children's Imagination Playground. Full story...
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NOAA predicts another busy hurricane season

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Federal forecasters are predicting yet another busy hurricane season. Thursday's outlook calls for 13 to 20 named storms, 7 to 11 that strengthen into hurricanes and 3 to 6 that become major hurricanes. Full story...
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Family Ties: Jarrett, Petty enter NASCAR hall

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Former Sprint Cup champion Dale Jarrett and master mechanic Maurice Petty headline the latest group of inductees in the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Full story...
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Woman calls 911 saying she was cut in face

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A woman who says she was cut in the face overnight called 911 early Thursday for help. Full story...
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