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Archive - May 8, 2013

ONLY ON 3: Film crew helps save two Carolina Beach swimmers

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videoSwirl Films, a local production company, put the cameras down Wednesday afternoon to help save two lives at Carolina Beach. Full story...
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Family of firefighters lose house, dog to fire

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video A family of firefighters is trying to get back on its feet after they lost their home and a dog to a fire last night. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - May 8

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videoOn Wednesday we stopped by Blizzard Athletics in order to catch up with two UNCW Seahawk basketball standouts. Keith Rendleman and Tanner Milson were both there to assist with Blizzard's skill development program. On Wednesday Hoggard rolled to a state playoff win in girls soccer. Plus more! Full story...
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Mixed opinions on change in school start times

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videoBrunswick County Elementary students will start their school day an hour later than high school and middle school students. Full story...
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Judges may hold another NC redistricting hearing

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The judges hearing North Carolina's redistricting litigation want more information from attorneys about the role race played in the formation of congressional and General Assembly boundaries drawn in 2011. Full story...
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Cancer treatment bill tentatively passes NC House

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A bill requiring health insurers in North Carolina to charge the same for oral cancer drugs as traditional intravenous medications has received initial approval from the House. Full story...
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3 killed in Hendersonville; suspect also dead

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Investigators say three people have been shot to death outside a home in Hendersonville and the suspect also is dead. Full story...
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Randy to the Rescue: Mother's Day gift ideas

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video This weekend we celebrate the women who have helped shape our lives. So have you bought a gift for mom yet? Whether she loves the beach or loves to bake, Randy Aldridge has a few ideas for the perfect present. He shares them in Randy to the Rescue. Full story...
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BUILDING HISTORY: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

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video Saint Paul’s Episcopal church has a history going back more than 150 years. Larry Cook has been organist and choir director for the past 16 years he has seen his share of changes. Full story...
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City, CFPUA differ on how to close books on 2006 sewer issue

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video After five years of work to improve public utilities, the CFPUA is looking to move forward with the EPA's approval. But to move forward it must correct problems made under the City of Wilmington's watch prior to CFPUA's 2008 takeover. Full story...
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NC House wants voters to decide on leaders' limits

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The North Carolina House wants voters to decide whether to limit how long people can serve as the General Assembly's top leaders. Full story...
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YWCA to honor Women of Achievement

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video The YWCA's Women of Achievement event is celebrating its 28th year tomorrow. The event will honor 67 women around the Port City who were nominated, including our own Cacky Catlett. Full story...
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Verizon hosts annual electronics recycling event

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Tomorrow Wilmington's Verizon Wireless Call Center will host its annual Electronics Recycling Rally. Everything Verizon collects is sent to recyclers who dispose of the items and has zero effect on landfills. Full story...
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UNCW grad student uses hip hop as therapy tool

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video A UNCW grad student's name may not be familiar to you, but his alias Kon Sci has been making waves in the local music scene for the years. Full story...
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NC employees' group balks at gov't worker changes

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Republican lawmakers are willing to help Gov. Pat McCrory change laws determining how state government employees are managed, hired and fired. Full story...
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