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Suspects sought in front porch shooting

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Police are looking for two men accused of shooting at a group of people sitting on a front porch of a home on 10th Street. Full story...
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Firearms stolen from gun shop

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Wilmington Police are investigating the break-in of a gun shop. Full story...
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Small earthquakes felt in NC over the weekend

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Federal officials say two minor earthquakes this weekend have shaken areas in the North Carolina mountains and east Tennessee. Full story...
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Happening this Weekend: JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes

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videoHappening this weekend is the annual JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes at Mayfaire in Wilmington. The event brings people from all over the area to raise awareness and money for research. This year you can walk a 1 mile or 5K route, enjoy a kids corner, live music and a lunch of BBQ and hot dogs. Full story...
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Holocaust hero locally honored

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videoOne man in Peru went against the orders of his own government and followed the orders of his conscience saving many Jewish families from being forced into concentration camps. Now, years later he's being recognized posthumously. Full story...
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Local runner wins Savannah marathon

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videoThe Rock-N-Roll marathon happened in Savannah, GA this weekend and the female winner was one of our own. Tara Martine of Wilmington finished the more than 26 mile race in 2 hours and 59 minutes. Full story...
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Girl taken to hospital after incident on fair ride

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videoA girl was taken to the hospital after an incident on a ride at the Cape Fear Fair & Expo Saturday afternoon. It happened on a ride called "Quadzilla," which is for small children. Full story...
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Private cemeteries set flags for Veterans Day

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videoOakdale Cemetery held their annual flag event for veterans graves on Saturday. This year also included Pine Forest Cemetery and Bellevue Cemetery which nearly 1400 flags were placed. Full story...
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Largest Latino event in NC kicks off at Ogden Park Saturday

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videoThe 16th Annual Latino Festival was held at Ogden Park this weekend. This festival is the largest Latino event in North Carolina which celebrates and embraces the cultural differences between all people. Full story...
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Kites fill the sky for Cape Fear Kite Festival

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videoKites that have traveled from all over the world filled the sky in Wrightsville Beach this weekend as the 9th Annual Cape Fear Kite festival was underway. The event was at the Shell Island Resort where hundreds of people were out attending. Full story...
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Brackets set for high school football state playoffs

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The pairings are now locked in for the 2014 high school football state playoffs. Several area schools have been awarded a home game for first round play. Some teams will have to open on the road. A few of our local football squads missed out on extending their season. Full story...
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WWAY's 5th Quarter - November 7

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videoThe 2014 high school football regular season concluded on Friday night. Whiteville captured the regular season crown in the Three Rivers Conference. We had highlights from the Wolfpack's win over South Columbus along with coverage from two key matchups in the Four County Conference: Wallace Rose Hill vs. Clinton and East Bladen vs. West Bladen. On top of that we featured Hoggard finishing out the regular season with an undefeated record. Plus more! Check out WWAY's 5th Quarter. Full story...
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Pig racing with a few twists at the Cape Fear Fair and Expo

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videoAn attraction at the Cape Fear Fair and Expo that started on a whim has turned into a big hit. Full story...
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HAPPENING TOMORROW: Free health screenings for veterans

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videoIn honor of Veterans Day, staff at Wilmington Surgical Associates are donating their time on Saturday to perform free vascular and blood pressure screenings to area veterans. Full story...
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