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Archive - Jun 10, 2013

Volunteer fire department faces tough decision

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video After more than 46 years on the job, a Pender County fire department finds itself at a crossroads. Members of the Surf City Volunteer Fire Department say they found out last week the county plans to end its contract for their service, giving members a tough decision to make. Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - June 10

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videoWho knows how long it will last, but it appears Tim Tebow is back in the NFL. Tebow is expected to sign with the New England Patriots on Tuesday. Due to foul weather the North Carolina Tar Heels must wait one more day to see if the Heels can join the Wolfpack at the College World Series. Plus more! Full story...
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'Safe Harbor' bill moving through state legislature

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video A bill to combat human trafficking in North Carolina is quickly moving through the legislature. Senator Thom Goolsby is spearheading the legislation. Full story...
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Former detention officer arrested for indecent liberties with a child

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Detectives with the Columbus County Sheriff's Office arrested a former Detention Officer on one count of indecent liberties with a child. Full story...
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Kitchen Scoop: Blueberry Vinaigrette & Triple Blue Dinner Salad

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Salad dressings are a dime a dozen, and many of them taste like they're worth just that. videoWouldn't it just be easier and tastier to just make your own at home? Alicia Ross has a recipe for a Blueberry Vinaigrette that you'll be using all summer long, including on her Triple Blue Dinner Salad. She shares the recipe in this week's Kitchen Scoop. Full story...
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Goolsby rips NAACP protests as 'Moron Monday'

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videoSen. Thom Goolsby has gone on the offensive against a weekly series of NAACP-led protests at the General Assembly. Goolsby referred to the events dubbed "Moral Monday" by organizers as "Moron Monday." Full story...
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New Hanover County Democrats respond to Goolsby editorial

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Senator Thom Goolsby showed his true colors last week when commenting on the Moral Monday protests in Raleigh against cuts to education, healthcare, early voting, and unemployment compensation. Full story...
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CFCC students landscape Wilmington's newest Christian Recovery House

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One group of Cape Fear Community College students put their green thumbs to the test for a good cause. Students in Cape Fear's landscaping and gardening program spent the morning trimming bushes, pulling weeds, and mowing the grass at Wilmington's newest "Christian Recovery House" at Oleander Drive. Full story...
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Extraordinary People: Family of eight ditches city for country life, prepares to grow by 7

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video Goats, chickens and even “Riblet” the pig. This is life on "Faith Grown Farm." With six kids to raise, Dustin and Andrea Bestul are aiming to become completely self-sustaining. "We have started doing our laundry on the line and if it's not good weather, we hang it up in our house," Andrea said. "By doing that, we save 50 dollars a month." Full story...
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CIA whistleblower has Wilmington ties

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The man who is reportedly the main source behind the revelation of large-scale government surveillance programs has ties to Wilmington. Full story...
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Standoff ends peacefully in Hillcrest community

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video Wilmington Police had their hands full in the Hillcrest Community Monday afternoon with a standoff that lasted for close to four hours. Full story...
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Brief lockdown this morning at two Bladen Co. schools

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Two Bladen County schools were under a lockdown briefly this morning after a suspicious person at one of the schools. Full story...
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300 lb. shark jumps into fishing boat

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Tom Roston Jr. and Clint Simek freaked out after a 300 lb., 8'4" Mako shark jumped into their small fishing boat while they were shark fishing off the New Jersey shore. Full story...
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