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Police: SBI looking into meth-making materials found at apartment

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Police say the SBI is now handling the investigation into a meth lab after officers discovered meth-making materials thrown in the trash at a Wilmington apartment. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Townhome owners: 'It's just not adding up'

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videoSome townhome owners in Brunswick County think something criminal is going on with their HOA. WWAY investigated. It's a story that's only on three. Sheet after sheet, number after number, month after month, it took a lot of time and work for Tom and Melissa Modafferi to come to this conclusion. Full story...
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Rain doesn't stop the Street Turkeys of Wilmington

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videoThe Street Turkeys of Wilmington have been at The Landing in Wrightsville Beach all day collecting food for the food banks that serve central and eastern North Carolina. Event coordinator Jai Isear says the rain did not stop the donations from coming in. He says the food from this donation serves four counties and they serve about 67,000 people that don't know where their next meal comes from. Full story...
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Lejeune Marine lucks out on busy travel day

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video It's one of the busiest travel days a year, with millions flying and driving. But for one Camp Lejeune Marine, it was a smooth trip that actually ended up with him getting home earlier than he thought. Full story...
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WPD: Duo robs residents at gunpoint inside home

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Police are investigating after they say two men forced their way inside a Wilmington home and held the residents at gunpoint before robbing them. Full story...
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Tuesday Night Sports

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videoConnor Barth is back in the NFL. He's wearing orange again, but this time for a Super Bowl contender. The high school basketball season is underway; highlights from a pair of games and a preview of the Laney/WWAY Invitational. Please click on icon for Tuesday night's sports. Full story...
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People in Wilmington reflect on Ferguson

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videoFolks gathered in Downtown Wilmington to make their voices heard about what is happening in Ferguson, MO. Even through the soft glow of a candlelight vigil the reality of what’s happening in Ferguson is harsh. Full story...
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Record crowd attended 20th Cucalorus Festival

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videoThe Cucalorus Film Festival blew out the candles on its 20th anniversary Nov. 12-16 with the help of a record-breaking crowd. Full story...
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Community gathers to celebrate Superintendent Edward Pruden

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videoTonight friends, family, colleagues, parents and students gathered in Supply to honor Brunswick County Schools Superintendent Edward Pruden. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Brunswick County deputy injured in crash identified

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The Brunswick County deputy involved in a traffic accident with a skidder Tuesday night was identified as Corporal Donald Baldry, according to the Brunswick County Sheriff's spokeswoman Emily Flax. Full story...
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Teacher of the Week: Pam Cannon

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video Science is a very broad topic with many different branches. It can prove a hypothesis, and because of it we were able to put a man on the moon. But, no matter which end of the spectrum you are looking at it from, science is important. For Pam Cannon, a teacher at Myrtle Grove Middle School, the vast subject is a passion. Full story...
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Elections appeals won't be heard until Dec. 9

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videoThe North Carolina Board of Elections' schedule to hear appeals of election challenges could mean the New Hanover County Commission may have to move forward next week with its current makeup. Full story...
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Connor Barth signs with Broncos

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videoWilmington native Connor Barth is heading back to the NFL. Barth has signed with the Denver Broncos, who waived kicker Brian McManus earlier today. Full story...
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Police chief, residents react to Ferguson grand jury decision, riots

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videoThe reaction continues in the Port City following a grand jury's decision to not indict a police officer accused of shooting and killing an 18-year-old black teen in Ferguson, Missouri. The decision sparked a night of violence in the city, and that too has people talking. Full story...
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Power, water cut to 4 homes due to erosion at Oak Island

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video Several homes on the edge of the ocean at Oak Island are due to get larger sand bags to help with erosion, but town officials say that might be too little too late. Full story...
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