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NC woman's ring found at beach 33 years later

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A North Carolina woman has her high school ring back, 33 years after she lost it at the beach in Surf City. Full story...
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Core drama at largest US electric company lingers

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The investigations into whether regulators and consumers were misled ahead of the merger of North Carolina's two Fortune 500 energy companies could continue quietly for months after a deadline arrives next week. Full story...
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BY GEORGE: Update World...Drought Or Not

Much of the U.S. continues to suffer significant drought conditions.

WWAY's Sunday night sports - July 29

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videoOn Sunday night on WWAY we looked ahead to the first official day of high school football practice in 2012. Practice all across the region will kickoff on Monday, July 30..... Plus more! Full story...
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Brett Blizzard awaits another season of pro hoops; plus a new arrival !

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videoBrett Blizzard is one of the biggest sports figures in Wilmington. He's the all-time leading scorer in the history of UNCW basketball, but he's not done with his pro career. Check out our interview with Blizzard to see his plans for the upcoming season. It includes becoming a father for the first time. [ Full story...
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Suspect in shooting turns himself in to Brunswick Co. sheriff's office

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Sheriff's deputies have one man in custody believed to be connected to a shooting last week. Police say Dwight Powell Jr. turned himself in this afternoon. Full story...
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Swappers trade homemade items

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videoIt's a phenomenon that's taking the country by storm and now it's in the Port City. If you have any home-grown, homemade, or home-brewed items laying around the house you could turn them into something useful at the Port City swap meet. Full story...
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Protestors hit the streets of downtown Wilmington

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videoMore than 50 people marched through downtown Wilmington today protesting what they call a blurring line between the separation of church and state. Full story...
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