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Archive - Jun 3, 2013

College offers cloned Venus Flytraps to Alderman Park

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videoHelp could be on the way for Alderman Park after more than 1,000 Venus Flytraps were poached last week. Southeastern Community College has offered some of its cloned Venus Flytraps plants to replenish the breed at the Stanley Rehder Garden in Wilmington. Full story...
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New Hanover County budget puts Wave routes at risk

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videoThe New Hanover County Historic Courthouse was standing-room-only during the New Hanover County Commissioners meeting Monday night. Representatives from groups requesting alterations in the 2013- 2014 fiscal year’s proposed budget filled the room, attempting convince the Board to make room in the county’s budget for their cause. Full story...
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WWAY's Monday night sports - June 3

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videoThe NBA Finals tip off on Thursday. You can watch all the action live of San Antonio vs. Miami on WWAY. Former UNCW golfer Ryan Sullivan qualified for the US Open Championship on Monday. ECU's Ruffin McNeill has a contract extension in Greenville. The UNC Tar Heel baseball team is still alive in the NCAA Tournament, but just barely. Plus more! Full story...
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Obama to visit Mooresville school for NC stop

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President Obama's trip to North Carolina has him scheduled to visit a middle school north of Charlotte. Full story...
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NC man resentenced for Eve Carson's death

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An Orange County judge has sentenced the younger of the two men convicted of killing the University of North Carolina student body president in 2008 to life in prison. Full story...
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NC House GOP plans budget votes next week

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House Republicans plan to have their version of a North Carolina state government budget finished by the end of next week. That would give them and Senate GOP leaders two weeks to attempt to negotiate a final deal before the new fiscal year begins July 1. Full story...
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ECU student dies after being caught in rip current

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Authorities say the body of an East Carolina University student has been recovered after he was pulled out to sea by a rip current. Full story...
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Extraordinary People: Female fighters knock out stereotypes

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video Port City Boxing boasts some excellent fighters, but you may not expect some of its top contenders to be women. These girls with gloves bring fierce determination to the ring. At one time, Antoinette Smith thought she would become a cheerleader. That is until she discovered boxing. By 11 years old, she was training to get in the ring. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Family remembers slain mother

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Following the August 2011 murder of Joan Everette her daughters said that it left a void in their heart that may never be filled. Monday her family members filled up the pews at the Columbus County Courthouse to hear testimony in the murder trial of her estranged husband Elijah Jones. Full story...
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Seagulls create health hazards at county landfill

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videoSeagulls may seem more annoying then harmful, but what they are doing at the New Hanover County :andfill is potentially dangerous to employees and customers. Full story...
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