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Archive - Sep 18, 2013

Brunswick deputy fired after estranged husband confronts her with photos of men's genitalia

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videoAccording to an August 13 arrest report, Jeremy S. Beresoff walked into the Highway 55 Burgers, where Deputy Nikki Beresoff was eating, and shouted in the middle of the restaurant, "Whose d*** is this?!?" While yelling, investigators say he was holding up Deputy Beresoff's cell phone and showing pictures of multiple men's genitalia. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - September 18

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videoOn Wednesday we checked in with NC State football coach Dave Doeren. NC State will host Clemson on Thursday. The Wolfpack will try to beat a top ten team at home for the third straight season. The New Hanover High football team is gearing up for powerhouse Scotland County. Our team of the week is Whiteville. Plus more! Full story...
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Panel scrutinizes NC lottery subscription service

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North Carolina Education Lottery leaders are defending a new program that will let players purchase tickets for three jackpot games by subscription through its website after a retailers' group warned it could hurt store sales and tax revenues. Full story...
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"Invisible Man" banned from Randolph schools

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The Randolph County School Board has voted to take Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man" from its library shelves after a parent complained about the book's content. Full story...
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McCrory checks in on group revamping NC education

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North Carolina's public school, community college and university systems are working on a broad improvement plan. Full story...
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BUILDING HISTORY: 411 Chestnut Street

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video It’s not the biggest and not the fanciest building in Wilmington. But the building at 411 Chestnut Street has a history that started in 1844 and was instrumental in the cities religious development. Full story...
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"What's it like to be a meteorologist?" - Part 1

For starters, the preceding question needs to be a little more specific. There are many different types of meteorologist. Some work in the military, others work for private forecasting firms.

Cucalorus Film Festival announces films for the Works-In-Progress Program

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videoThe Cucalorus Film Festival announced the first ten films selected for their Works-In-Progress program at the 19th annual film festival. Full story...
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