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Issues remain with redistricting map

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video The New Hanover County School Board made some parents happy last night by honoring their petition to re-join their community. Forest Hills will no longer be split in two. Instead all middle school students living in the community will attend Williston Middle instead of D.C. Virgo Middle School. Full story...
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First case of rabies confirmed in Brunswick County

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The first confirmed positive case of rabies in Brunswick County for 2010 occurred on Monday, March 1, 2010. A German Sheppard mix from the Stanley Road area in Supply was in his own yard, fought and killed a raccoon. The raccoon was shipped Tuesday to the State Lab for testing. The results came back positive on Wednesday. Full story...
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You were right - it WAS a cold winter

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Meteorological Winter is defined as the time period between December 1 and the end of February. The Meteorological Winter of 2009/2010 will go down as one of the coldest on record for Southeast North Carolina. Full story...
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Hagan fires back at Bunning, plans Wilmington visit

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videoSen. Kay Hagan will pay the Port City a visit later this week and meet with constituents. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Soles back in court after sentencing issue

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video Sen. R.C. Soles was back in Columbus Court today. Judge D. Jack Hooks called for the hearing after seeing our report last week that Soles has a prior criminal conviction. WWAY is the ONLY Wilmington TV station with a crew in Whiteville. We will have live coverage starting on WWAY NewsChannel 3 at 5 p.m. Full story...
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Economy grows, but snowstorms bite into some areas

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A new survey by the Federal Reserve also showed that the recovery is managing to plod ahead but not at a strong enough pace to persuade companies to ramp up hiring. Full story...
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Wilmington may break promise not to use taxes for bonds

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videoA city newsletter in 2006 touted bond initiatives by claiming no tax money would be used to pay the bonds off. Now in the midst of a slumping economy, the sitting is considering breaking that promise. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: NC Toyota owners get more help

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North Carolinians who drive recalled Toyotas should now be able to get quicker repairs, free pickup and delivery of their cars, and free rental or loaner cars to drive, Attorney General Roy Cooper announced Wednesday. Full story...
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AAA: Gas prices up 75 cents during 2nd quarter of '09

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Gas prices spiked more than 75 cents between March of last year and the middle of June. Full story...
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School boards discuss superintendent searches

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New Hanover County is looking nationally for a top educator. Brunswick County has interviews scheduled for the weekend. Full story...
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Town approves Sea Turtle Hospital plan

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A new Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Hospital on Topsail Island is one step closer to becoming reality. Full story...
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Battleship wants to show off 'Dirty Jobs'

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Keeping a war relic in shape is messy work. So much so the folks at the Battleship North Carolina want to feature the work on national TV. Full story...
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Virginia Williamson students raise thousands for Haiti

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video Their goal was $600, but the group raised $2,000 beyond that. Full story...
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Forecast prompts Wednesday school delays

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Stay with WWAY online and on air for all the latest delays, closings and forecasts. Full story...
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WHA still trying to sell Nesbitt Court

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video Developer Walter Pancoe asked the board for a 60-day extension and suggested purchasing the property in three phases. The WHA said no and said he needs to come up with another alternative by March 18. Full story...
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