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Volunteers help needy families in Leland

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Four times a year, the USDA buys extra food to help support American farmers and help the needy. Wednesday, volunteers at the Victory Free Will Baptist Church in Leland put together packages for families looking for support. Full story...
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Checking out checks a good idea

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videoIt's called the "mystery shopper" scam, and this time, it's coming in the form of a $2,000 check, that looks as real as it can get. Full story...
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Vets remember their not-so cherished meals

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videoMemories of the war live on in the men and women who served their country. Wednesday morning, some of them gathered to share memories and a favorite wartime breakfast with an off-color name. Full story...
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CFCC hosts health fair

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Students, faculty and the public were busy getting healthy Wednesday at Cape Fear Community College. Full story...
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Mayor Saffo claims October 21 Disability Employment Awareness Day

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Several disabled workers were acknowledged in a ceremony at Wilmington City Hall Wednesday afternoon. Their employers were also recognized for their role in helping the disabled. Full story...
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James to leave Kure Beach town administrator position early

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Kure Beach is parting ways with its town administrator. Tuesday night, the town council approved Michelle James's proposal to leave her job November 20th, instead of waiting until her contract ends in January. Full story...
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Cancer survivor's blog getting plenty of attention

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videoA local breast cancer survivor is being recognized for her work supporting others via her blog. Full story...
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Marching band showcase - Smashing Hit

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videoAshley, Hoggard, Laney and New Hanover all performed on the same field Tuesday night. It was the 13th Annual New Hanover County Marching Band Showcase. Full story...
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Grassroots project takes to the phone to educate on healthcare

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videoThe topic of healthcare reform has made its way back to the local level. Political organizations are actively working the issue. One grassroots project is starting its campaign on the phone. Full story...
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The Titan Cement timeline

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videoThe whole process began with a plan to reopen the Old Roanoke Cement Plant that has sat deserted on the banks of the Cape Fear River for about twenty years. WWAY's Kevin Wuzzardo picks up the story from there. Full story...
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Law enforcement cracking down on school zone violations

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Highway patrol wants to remind you to take extra precaution when driving through a school zone, or near a school bus. Nationwide, the number of school zone violations has gone up, and that has local law enforcement agencies cracking down. Full story...
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Wilmington hosts climate conference

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The National Weather Service of Wilmington is hosting the Regional Climate Conference. It features more than two dozen presentations over two days. Most of the talks focus around the future of the climate here in North Carolina. Full story...
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Are you ready for Windows 7?

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videoThe latest version of Microsoft Windows is coming out on Thursday. WWAY's Hailey Winslow gives us the low-down on what to expect from Windows 7. Full story...
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Leland Police warn residents of rise in car break-ins

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Residents of Leland are being asked to be pro-active in order to put a halt on a recent rise in car break-ins. There have been dozens of vehicle break-ins in Leland in the last few months. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach Peeping Tom faces more charges

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The man accused of spying on college girls in Wrightsville Beach will face more secret peeping charges. Full story...
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