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Archive - Aug 26, 2013

WWAY's Monday night sports - August 26

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videoWeek number one of the high school football season is finally over. Topsail and Trask completed Friday's suspended game on Monday. West Bladen didn't even hit the field until Monday due to a wet field last week. Russell Dove picked up his first win ever as a head coach. Former Hoggard Viking Jonathan Cooper underwent surgery on Monday. Cooper broke his left leg over the weekend in a preseason game. Plus more! Full story...
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Fit Minute - Reformer Pilates

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video If you want to really tighten and strengthen your entire body, especially your abs, you might want to try Pilates. Instructors suggest you start with the reformer and then move to the mat. Full story...
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KITCHEN SCOOP: Beverly's Shrimp Creole

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video It's a traditional dish from Louisiana that's sure to heat you up! Shrimp Creole is pretty simple, yet incredibly flavorful. Alicia Ross shows you how to make it in this week's Kitchen Scoop. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Banned football coach says he did nothing wrong

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video Two Brunswick County pee wee football coaches are being forced to take a knee before the season kicks off. Now one of the exiled coaches says he was blind-sided by the judge's decision. For Brian McDowell, football isn't just a game, it's a way of life. Full story...
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Guns bought back won't be destroyed for months

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videoWilmington's first ever gun buy-back effort took nearly 70 weapons off the street this weekend, but where do the guns go now? Full story...
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Delivery drivers targeted by robbers in Wilmington

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videoPolice are looking for several suspects after they say two different delivery drivers were targeted by robbers in Wilmington over the weekend. Full story...
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Mobile apps, gadgets give parents control over kids' phone, safety

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videoThe school year is getting underway, and with all of the new, high-tech phones on the market, school offices will soon be filling up with confiscated devices. So what can you do to keep your student safe and out of trouble when it comes to cell phones? Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach Drawbridge to close for painting

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The only way to drive on and off Wrightsville Beach will be closed for four night next month as crews paint. All lanes of the Heide Trask Drawbridge are scheduled to be closed overnight Sept. 8-11 from 11:30 p.m. to 5 a.m. weather permitting. Full story...
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Hearing Thursday in sweepstakes raid lawsuit

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videoAn evidentiary hearing will be held Thursday as A Wilmington sweepstakes parlor raided last month by New Hanover County Sheriff's deputies tries to reopen its doors. Full story...
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'Worst offender' makes first appearance on probation violation charge

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videoA man Wilmington's police chief called one of the city's "worst offenders" made his first appearance in court this morning for a probation violation. Full story...
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Police investigating after man shot several times through car window

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Police are investigating after they say a man was shot several times through a car window Friday night. Full story...
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Raleigh cops stop charities from feeding homeless

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Raleigh police have stopped charities from feeding the homeless at a public square. Full story...
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Thousands gather supporting gay rights

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Thousands of people turned out for Charlotte's first gay pride parade in nearly 20 years. Full story...
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Topless women rally for rights

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Several hundred people attended a rally in Asheville to promote the right of women to go topless. Full story...
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Motorcycle crashes after crossing Cape Fear Memorial Bridge

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A motorcycle carrying at least one passenger on the back crashed into the woods just after crossing over the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge Sunday night. Full story...
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