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Archive - Sep 15, 2013

WWAY's Sunday night sports - September 15

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videoThe Carolina Panthers found another way to lose a close football game on Sunday afternoon. The Panthers had the lead against Buffalo until two seconds left in the fourth quarter. Matt Kenseth won the Geico 400 on Sunday just outside Chicago. The UNCW women's soccer team remains undefeated at home. Plus more! Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Krause's Wilmington DWIs not his first

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videoWe already knew the DWI charge that cost Wilmington Housing Authority CEO Michael Krause his job this week was not his first. Now it appears it was not his second or apparently even his third. Full story...
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Handmade Wilmington Artisan Market benefits sick Carolina Beach girl

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videoArtisans and shoppers gathered at the Hanover Center today for a good cause. The Handmade Wilmington Pop-Up Artisan Market featured local artists who hand-make their own goods. Full story...
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343 Memorial Ride remembers fallen 9/11 firefighters

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videoMotorcyclists revved their engines and showed off their red white and blue at a motorcycle ride in honor of those who died on the September 11th. The 343 memorial ride remembers the 343 firefighters that died trying to save lives on 9/11. Full story...
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Carolina Beach clears Sunny Point land

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videoCarolina Beach mayor Bob Lewis says they have taken everything off the land owned by Sunny Point Military Terminal on the west side of the island. Full story...
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Family wants to keep young girl's memory alive

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videoFamily and friends laced up there shoes at Laney High School this weekend for the Jassmine T. Raynor Memorial Foundation 5K walk and run. Full story...
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Car show preserves art of motoring

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videoThe British Motor Club of the Cape Fear sponsored the Brits at the Beach Car Show this weekend. Organizers say cars of all ages deserve care and attention, and they hope car shows like these will spark an interest in cars in the younger generation. The club wants to preserve older cars and the art of motoring. Full story...
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