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Long last diplomas

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videoSome North Carolinians who didn't graduate from high school, may now be eligible to receive their high school diplomas after all. A change in state law affects students who did not pass competency tests in reading and math, and/or the computer skills tests. Full story...
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Cutting down on shoplifting

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videoShoplifting got out of control at one downtown Wilmington gas station, but instead of turning the suspects into the police, one manager decided embarrassment is punishment enough. Full story...
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Deadline for packages to reach troops quickly approaching

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videoThe deadline to send holiday packages to our troops in time for Christmas is fast approaching. WWAY's Joe Mauceri takes a look at some of the do's and don'ts to keep in mind when sending care packages to our men and women fighting abroad. Full story...
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No charges yet in Elizabethtown murder

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nvestigators are still looking into a murder between two families in Elizabethtown. Police said 22-year-old Caleb Stoker shot and killed 41-year-old Ricky Carroll next to the boat ramp at Tory Hole Park nearly two weeks ago. Full story...
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WWAY's John Rendleman meets UNCW's Keith Rendleman

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videoThe regular season starts this Friday for the UNC-Wilmington men's basketball team. WWAY's John Rendleman says freshman Keith Rendleman hopes to have a hand in helping the Hawks soar to new heights. Full story...
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Name released in murder of Camp Lejeune Marine

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Camp Lejeune has released the name of the Marine murdered early Friday morning. Meanwhile, charges are still pending against a fellow Marine. Twenty-one-year-old Jonathan Law was released from Pitt Memorial Hospital late Saturday... Full story...
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Pender County School Board looking into evacuation plans

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The Pender County School Board is looking into its school emergency evacuation plan after complaints from Topsail High School parents. Thursday, a strange odor forced school officials to evacuate the building. Full story...
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Canines, chowda, good times at Fat Tony'sPub

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Canines and chowder were a dynamic duo this weekend. Fat Tony's Italian Pub and Carolina Canines for service teamed up for the Seventh Annual Chowda Fest Saturday. Full story...
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With help from Edwin McCain, NHRMC will get mobile pediatric ICU

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New Hanover Regional is getting a much needed mobile pediatric intensive care unit, thanks in part to singer-songwriter Edwin McCain. Saturday night, McCain, along with the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra... Full story...
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Thousands enjoy Festival Latino at Hugh McRae Park

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The weather was great on Saturday; just in time for the 11th Annual Festival Latino at Hugh McRae Park. Twenty-thousand people from across the Cape Fear region enjoyed music and cultural dancing, artwork... Full story...
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Triathletes take to Wilmington Saturday

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If you were out and about in Wilmington Saturday, you most likely saw the triathletes racing to the finish line. The Second Annual Beach to Battleship Iron Distance Triathlon started at Wrightsville Beach with a 2.4 swim. Full story...
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Atmosphere Academy: Storm Chasers

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videoThere are three kinds of meteorologist: on-air, off-air and off-road. When it comes to meteorology, sometimes you have to get out of the office and into the storm- enter the storm chasers. Full story...

Focus on replenishing flounder at Flat Bottom Flounder Tournament

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Local fishermen delivered loads of flounder to Dockside Restaurant in Wrightsville Beach Saturday. It was all for the Fifth Annual Flat Bottom Girls Flounder Tournament. Full story...
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Officials tight-lipped about military murder at Camp Lejeune

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videoAt Camp Lejeune, there was another military murder. One Marine was killed at Camp Lejeune and another suspected of killing him is in serious condition. Twenty-one-year-old Private Jonathan Law is in custody for the murder...

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Hoggard student slashes muscular dystrophy, starts wheelchair hockey clinic

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Saturday at Hoggard High School a young man hopes to realize a dream with the help of his classmates. Freshman Justin Verzaal is not about to let muscular dystrophy hold him back. Full story...
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