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Archive - Sep 10, 2013

911 call led to WHA CEO's DWI arrest, blew .35 BAC

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videoA 911 call from a concerned driver led police to Wilmington Housing Authority CEO Michael Krause, who was charged with DWI after blowing a blood alcohol level about four times the legal limit. Full story...
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Superintendent, parents discuss challenges facing local schools

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video The school year is just a few weeks old and New Hanover County parents are already sending the superintendent’s office their report card for the 2013 school year. Full story...
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More changes announced at NC public safety agency

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The government department managing North Carolina's law enforcement agencies and the correction system is getting more changes. Full story...
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Series of 9/11 remembrances scheduled across NC

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A mobile museum and a series of military services are among the observances scheduled across North Carolina to commemorate the 12th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the U.S. Full story...
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HUD chief talks mortgages at NC conference

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The Obama administration is pressing its case for reforming the country's home-loan industry while preserving the fixed-rate, 30-year mortgages distinctive to the American housing scene. Full story...
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More sea turtles released back into wild

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Six sea turtles are back home now. Tuesday afternoon, workers with the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center released the animals back into the wild. Full story...
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Two men charged with breaking and entering into a hunting club

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Brunswick County Sheriff's Office arrested two men in connection with breaking and entering into a hunting club. Full story...
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WWAY's Tuesday night sports - September 10

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videoWilmington's Jay Ross has been released by the Buffalo Bills in order for the team to add more defensive backs to the roster. The former New Hanover Wildcat football standout hopes to join another NFL team soon. WWAY featured high school soccer and volleyball on Tuesday. Plus more! Full story...
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UNCW Syria expert talks about crisis in war-torn country

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videoUNCW's Dr. Dan Masters stopped by WWAY to talk about the crisis in Syria and what options the U.S. has when it comes to stopping the bloodshed in the war-torn country. Full story...
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Teacher of the Week: Laura Moffitt

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videoWe all have a teacher who stands out when we look back on our childhood, and we're sure students won't forget this fourth grade teacher, because they're the ones who nominated her. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Upkeep at Wilmington cemetery again an issue

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video Families are concerned about the upkeep or lack thereof at Calvary Memorial Cemetery. And it's not the first time we've heard these sort of complaints. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Boat owner says CFCC turned treasure into wreck

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videoA Brunswick County man says after years of work, Cape Fear Community College ruined his antique steamboat instead of restoring it. "It went in a showboat. It came back a shipwreck," Dominick Dellaripa said. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. Drug Treatment Program gets $200,000 grant

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The Honorable Ola M. Lewis is pleased to announce the Brunswick County Drug Treatment Program has been awarded a $200,000 grant by the Department of Justice. Full story...
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New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington Health and BCBSNC launch NC’s first accountable care alliance

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New Hanover Regional Medical Center (NHRMC), Wilmington Health (WH) and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) have agreed to launch an Accountable Care Alliance to enhance care and provide greater value for health care consumers in Southeastern North Carolina. Full story...
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Residents of Old Wilmington host annual 'Back Door Kitchen Tour'

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ROW's annual Back Door Kitchen Tour opens the kitchens of nine beautiful historic homes to visitors. See the kitchens and admire their unique combinations of beauty, functionality and adaptability. You might even see something you want to add to your kitchen. Full story...
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