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Archive - May 29, 2013

FIRST ON 3: Injured six-foot long alligator removed from MLK Parkway

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videoNew Hanover County Dispatch has confirmed that a six-foot long alligator was safely removed near Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway Wednesday evening. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - May 29

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videoThe Wilmington Sharks won their home opener on Wednesday night at Buck Hardee Field. The Sharks are off to a 2-0 start. The Portland Timbers beat the Wilmington Hammerheads in the US Open Cup. UNCW Chancellor Gary Miller plans to announce his decision on Thursday about whether to cut sports programs from the school's athletic department. Plus more! Full story...
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StarNews: Former commissioner Berger wanted $60,000 to resign

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Everyone has a price and, after some cajoling, former New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger came up with his: somewhere around $60,000. Full story...
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NC Democrats hire new executive director

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A former administrator at the Vermont Democratic Party is the new executive director of the North Carolina Democratic Party. Full story...
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NC group home residents rally at legislature

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Residents in adult group homes and their advocates say North Carolina legislators need to find a solution to ensure residents can keep receiving Medicaid coverage and ultimately remain in their homes. Full story...
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BUILDING HISTORY: Dudley Chadbourn House

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video Building History features a pre-civil war home, downtown in the historic district. Bill and Gail Massey are part of a house that has shared a lot of history in our city. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: TSA finds loaded gun at ILM checkpoint

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video For the fifth time this year, security screeners found a loaded weapon at a checkpoint at Wilmington International Airport yesterday. Full story...
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Former presidential yacht makes stop at Bald Head Island

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videoIt served as a patrol boat in World War II and later a presidential yacht. Now the Honey Fitz is making her way up the east coast on a good will tour. The crew stopped briefly at Bald Head Island. Full story...
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