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Archive - Aug 8, 2013

Friends remember man crushed by vehicle

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video A local Wilmington man crushed by a car on Wednesday was nicknamed the mayor of downtown. Friends say Scott Noell, known as Scottie B., loved life and everyone in his life. Full story...
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FIT MINUTE: Beast Cardio

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video In this week's Fit Minute, personal trainer Brian Knox wants you to step it up as much as you can to do 'beast' cardio. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - August 8

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videoOn Thursday night we checked out baseball playoff action. The Wilmington Sharks had a chance to wrap up their first round series, but the Peninsula Pilots had different plans. Wilmington Post 10 was victorious though. Post 10 advances to the winner's bracket of the legion baseball regionals. Lori Beth Adams made a valiant effort, but the UNCW senior came up short at the U.S. Women's Amateur in Charleston. Plus more! Full story...
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5th juror seated for Army general sex case

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A military court has seated the minimum number of jurors necessary to proceed with the court-martial of Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair. Full story...
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NC mental health counselor sentenced for fraud

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A mental health counselor who admitted to a scheme that defrauded Medicaid of at least $6.1 million has been sentenced to six years in prison. Full story...
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Carlton Joyner named new warden at Central Prison

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A former correctional officer at Central Prison has been named warden of the facility. Full story...
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Study offers view of what turbines may look like off our coast

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videoThe horizon off some beaches may soon change in Brunswick County, all in the name of renewable energy. Large wind turbines may be coming our way. Some people say they think its cool. Others say they are eyesores. Full story...
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NCAA getting out of jersey-selling business

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The NCAA is getting out of the jersey-selling business. On Thursday, NCAA President Mark Emmert acknowledged that it was "hypocritical" for the governing body to be selling jerseys of players and other college athletes on its own web site Full story...
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Evangelous: Gun shots down half way through cease fire

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videoWilmington is half-way through the cease fire clergy called from in June to stop gun violence in the Port City. Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous says the city has seen a decline in violence. He hopes that trend continues. Full story...
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New security measures set at Panthers' stadium

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New security measures await fans entering Bank of American Stadium to watch the Carolina Panthers in their preseason opener. Full story...
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