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Archive - Sep 5, 2013

WWAY's Thursday night sports - September 5

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videoOn Thursday we had more than our fair share of high school sports. We had a full preview of week three gridiron action on the high school level. East Carolina won their Conference USA opener. In the NFL the Denver Broncos beat Baltimore with a great second half performance from Peyton Manning. Plus more! Full story...
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Durham police chief the focus in multiple cases

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Authorities in Durham are looking into multiple allegations regarding the city's police chief as he faces a discrimination complaint filed by the assistant chief. Full story...
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More details revealed in Kinston woman's death

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A Texas detective says a woman accused in the 2011 murder and dismemberment of a Kinston mother of two was caught on a security camera dumping muriatic acid near the home of the victim's sister. Full story...
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Blue Cross NC announces prices for ACA plans

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North Carolina's largest health insurer is telling consumers how much it will charge individuals under terms of the Affordable Care Act. Full story...
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Governor McCrory stopping by the Cape Fear area

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Governor Pat McCrory will be visiting schools in the Cape Fear Area tomorrow. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Hines still in jail and upset about $1 million bond

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video New Hanover County District Attorney Ben David says his office is using the full resources of law enforcement personnel to go after verified gang members, including Garry Hines. Full story...
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Carolina Farmin' closing Market Street store

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videoA local grocery store just had its grand opening on Market Street back in August 2011. But now, just two years later, the owners of Carolina Farmin' say it's time to move. Full story...
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UPDATED: General Assembly overrides Gov. McCrory's vetoes; Governor disappointed

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video The legislation requires drug-testing for welfare recipients and creates a wider exemption for employers to calculate whether they must access a federal database to determine the legal status of new hires. Full story...
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JAILHOUSE INTERVIEW ONLY ON 3: Facing murder, drug charges Hines says family is being targeted

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video In 2011 Garry Hines says his brother was murdered and shortly after that he and his other brother Rashawn Hines became targets of the Wilmington Police Department. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Son fights for justice in 2009 parasailing accident

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videoBack in August 28, 2009 Cynthia Woodcock and Lorrie Shoup went parasailing in the waters of Ocean Isle Beach. Their trip took a deadly turn when serve weather and high winds caused the towline to snap. The women were left to fight for their lives as they were dragged through the rough water by the parasail. Full story...
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