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Archive - Sep 16, 2013

WWAY's Monday night sports - September 16

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videoOn Monday we showcased former Laney Buccaneer basketball standout Tamera Young on WWAY. Young and the WNBA Chicago Sky begin their playoff run this week. On Monday we also profiled former South Brunswick Cougar football standout Terrell Stanley, a defensive end at East Carolina. Plus more! Full story...
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Protesters rally in support of Rowan commissioners

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Hundreds of people have gathered at the Rowan County administration building to support county commissioners and their right to pray before meetings. Full story...
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NC Smart Start parent president Fanjul resigns

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The top executive for the parent organization of North Carolina's early childhood initiative known as Smart Start has resigned. Full story...
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NC soldier arrested for making porn with dogs

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A Fort Bragg soldier and his wife are accused of engaging in sex acts with dogs and then posting video of the encounters on the Internet. Full story...
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Berger shows up for meeting 20 minutes after it ends

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video There was a noticeably empty seat at the town hall meeting in Wrightsville Beach Monday night. That chair was supposed to be occupied by recently reinstated Commissioner Brian Berger. Full story...
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FIT MINUTE: Seated Zumba gives you great workout while sitting down

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video Zumba can be intimidating to those who are older or have physical issues. So, that's why instructors created a modified class known as seated Zumba. Full story...
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Population goes up, Crime goes down

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videoNew data suggests that even though Wilmington is growing, crimes like murder, robbery, and assault in the city are doing the exact opposite. Full story...
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AG vows to fight for law keeping sex offenders from parks, schools

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videoNorth Carolina's attorney general says he will fight a federal lawsuit against him and the state to protect children from sex offenders. The lawsuit challenges a state law that makes it illegal for sex offenders to be close to places intended for children. Full story...
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Fair Bluff police leaders write open letter to residents

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videoFair Bluff's new interim police chief and a newly promoted captain wrote what they call a letter of affirmation and action to citizens. Full story...
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Berger can stay on commission, but must follow rules

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video New Hanover County Commissioners say they will let Brian Berger stay on the board... for now. Today was Berger's first commission meeting since he was reinstated earlier this month. Full story...
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County approves $325,000 incentive for Live Oak Bank; city votes Tuesday

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video New Hanover County Commissioners voted Monday to make a partnership payment of $325,000 over the next five years with Live Oak Bank. The bank's expansion in Wilmington is expected to bring more than 100 jobs. Full story...
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Grant to help BCC Small Business Incubator

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video Federal money will help a program in Brunswick County aimed at getting small businesses off the ground. The Brunswick Community College Small Business Incubator got $200,000 in federal grants today. Full story...
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McIntyre says constituents overwhelmingly against US action in Syria

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video Rep. Mike McIntyre is speaking out on the continuing crisis in Syria. He says he has spent a lot of time talking to his constituents in southeastern North Carolina, and overwhelmingly most people are opposed to any US involvement in Syria. Full story...
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Hearing delayed for NC cop charged with shooting

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A hearing has been delayed for the North Carolina police officer charged with shooting an unarmed man seeking help after a car wreck. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council may spend $30,000 more to light downtown fountain

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About six months after the lighting around Wilmington's Kenan Memorial Fountain was changed, city leaders still aren't happy with the results. Full story...
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