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Trees turn color at Lumina Station

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While some leaves change color for fall, you will see a different color than you are used to if you look at the trees in Lumina Station. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Downtown Wilmington artwork receives international accolades

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There were international accolades for the city of Wilmington's pedestrian art. The project has been in place for three years and has aimed to enhance the downtown area with unique and interesting artwork. Full story...
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Search for missing man leads to dead body

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The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office found the body of a man reported missing. Just before 10:00 Friday morning, officials found 51-year-old Arild Funderud. Full story...
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Brunswick County Intercultural Festival takes place Sunday

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The festival, which celebrates diverse cultures that make up Brunswick County, will be from 1-6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4, on the grounds of Odell Williamson Auditorium on the campus of Brunswick Community College in Bolivia. Full story...
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WIC program now supporting healthier food choices

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videoWe all know the importance of eating a healthy, balanced diet. Women and children who rely on one federally-funded food program now have healthier options. Full story...
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Two Pender County educators recognized for work

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videoTwo Pender County educators have made their way to the top of the class. A principal and a language arts teacher have been recognized, and for one of them, it has been a long time coming. Full story...
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Southeastern North Carolina to see $24 million in federal money

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Twenty-four million of our federal dollars will be coming back to southeastern North Carolina for waterway and beach projects. The most money, more than eleven million dollars, is for dredging the Cape Fear River.

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Grand re-opening celebration for Community Boys and Girls Club

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A Wilmington facility celebrated its recent renovations. The Community Boys and Girls Club in Wilmington held their grand re-opening Thursday night. Full story...
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Former sheriff Ron Hewett to be released early

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It looks like former Brunswick County Sheriff Ron Hewett will be released from prison early. Hewett is supposed to get out of federal prison on January 12th, and sent to a halfway house.

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Owner trying to pick up pieces after Racine Commons fire

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Sharon Tran has owned Double Pearl Nail and Spa for 3 years. Tuesday night a fire burned the business she worked so hard to build. Full story...
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Local youngsters learn the importance of fire safety

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Some area youngsters practiced fire safety with the pros Thursday. As part of Fire Prevention Week, members of the Wilmington Fire Department visited Milestones Learning Center in Wilmington. Full story...
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The power behind a library card

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videoWith the wealth of information available to us online, we sometimes forget about the resources available at the public library. The month of September brought about a nationwide push to encourage people to sign up for a library card. Full story...
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Whats Happening: October 2-4

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videoWelcome in October with Riverfest, the Back Door Kitchen Tour, a dance with the UNCW Seahawk, or a scavenger hunt. WWAY's Marcy Cuevas tells us Whats Happening this weekend. Full story...
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Back Door Kitchen Tour being held this Riverfest weekend

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The much celebrated Back Door Kitchen Tour is held each year during Riverfest Weekend when the residents of the historic district graciously open their homes to hundred of visitors. The tour now in its fourth year is sponsored by Residents of Old Wilmington. Full story...
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New state mandate requires recycling

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Wednesday we took a look at new laws passed this year that go into effect October 1st. Another new law Thursday that has been in the work for years changes what you can throw away. Full story...
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