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Archive - Jun 24, 2013

WWAY's Monday night sports - June 24

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videoEast Columbus football coach Toby Kasell resigned on Monday in order to accept a teaching position closer to his Leland home. Former UNCW Seahawk Keith Rendleman appears to be through with his NBA pre-draft workouts. Rendleman hopes to his hear his name at Thursday's NBA Draft. The Wilmington Sharks picked up a road win in extra innings on Monday. We had highlights! Chicago wins the Stanley Cup in hockey. Full story...
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NC woman struck in head by neighbor's stray bullet

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A North Carolina woman is hospitalized after being struck in the head by a stray bullet that ripped through the wall of her apartment. Full story...
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NC sheriff says deputy shoots man in confrontation

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North Carolina investigators are looking into a shooting involving a Vance County sheriff's deputy who said he fired because a suspect was trying to run him down with a vehicle. Full story...
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NC landfill law changes approved by Senate

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The North Carolina Senate is approving legislation scaling back restrictions on new landfills and sending it on to the House. Full story...
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NC lawmakers OK bioptic lenses to earn license

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The General Assembly has created a way for North Carolina residents with significant impaired eyesight to pass a driver's license test. Full story...
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Extraordinary People: Young ballerina overcomes tragedy to dance on world-renowned stages

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video It was a big dream for who was once a little girl. Dara Holmes wanted to one day dance for the world to see. Today, at 21, Holmes shows off effortless precision in her pointe work. Her days in the ballet studio began when she was eight years old. Full story...
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Police ask for help identifying woman

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videoThe Brunswick County Sheriff's Office are asking the public's help to identify a woman. Full story...
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Neighbors say gangs behind increase in shootings

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video An undermanned Wilmington Police Department is working overtime after another shooting in the Port City. Meanwhile community leaders say they have had enough, and it's time to stop the violence. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Apartment tenants upset about conditions during renovations

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videoSome tenants at a Wilmington apartment complex are not happy. They say recent renovations there made it impossible to live, but managers say they tried to make up for the inconvenience any way they could. Full story...
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Area beaches and waterways get $24.5M in federal funds

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The State Port of Wilmington, several area beaches and the Intracoastal Waterway are getting some help in the form of federal funding. Full story...
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Trial starts for man charged with two 2007 murders

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videoSantonio Jenrette faces two counts of first degree murder after investigators charged him with the 2007 murders of Darnell Frink, 22, and Rashed Delamez Jones, 14. Full story...
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2 injured in boat accident on NE Cape Fear River

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videoTwo people are recovering after a boating accident yesterday on the Northeast Cape Fear River. The NC Wildlife Resources Commission says the couple, who's names have not been released, were heading back toward the Castle Hayne boat access at about 35 mph when they hit a log. Full story...
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Suspect from checkpoint shooting out of hospital, in jail

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videoA second suspect involved in a shot by officers at a DWI checkpoint earlier this month is out of the hospital and in jail. Full story...
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Bond reduced for teen charged with killing four-month-old son

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videoA judge has lowered the bond for a Brunswick County teen charged with killing his four-month-old son. Randy Lee Richardson's bond is now $500,000, according to his attorney James Payne. Full story...
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Pit bulls rescued by police could soon be put down

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videoWilmington Police rescued six pit bulls from a home at 2834 Ward Street Friday, but there may not be much of a future for the animals. Full story...
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