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Alice.com looks to save money and time

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videoIn our everyday hectic lives, sometimes it is hard to find time to make it to the grocery store. WWAY’s Hailey Winslow brings you the story of a website called Alice.com, named after the housekeeper from The Brady Bunch. Full story...
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Exit ramp in Leland sees reduction for safety reasons

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If you are driving to Leland, you may notice a slight change in your route. The Department of Transportation recently reduced the exit ramp to 17 South from Highway 421 near the battleship to one lane. Full story...
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Officers now set to patrol Holden Beach

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There are a new set of wheels on Holden Beach. There will now be police officers patrolling the beach strand. They said they will be acting as a resource for the community helping with safety and enforcement. Full story...
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Sheriff's looking for missing Brunswick County teenager

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Law enforcement officers in Brunswick County are looking for a missing teenager. Denise Cook is 16 years old, and from Supply. She has not been seen since Friday. Full story...
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Protect against heart disease with omega-3 fatty acids

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Heart disease researchers have reviewed the guidelines for the daily intake of omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil. They say the right amount will help protect healthy people against heart disease. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue encourages North Carolinians to nominate volunteers for Governor’s Service Awards

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Governor Bev Perdue today encouraged North Carolinians to nominate volunteers to receive the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award by August 28.

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NC court considers dropping Easley e-mail lawsuit

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A North Carolina judge is due to rule on whether to continue a lawsuit protesting former Gov. Mike Easley's policy of destroying e-mail correspondence. Full story...
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International Seamen Center helps crew members feel at home

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videoWilmington's state port means big business for our area. To get all that cargo here takes crews from around the world; men who spend long stretches away from their family. But for four decades, one group has tried to make the crew members feel at home in port Full story...
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Healthcare march hopes to raise public awareness

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As the healthcare reform debate continues across the country, nearly one-hundred people gathered in Wilmington Saturday to raise public awareness. Kay Zwan said every American should be able to get access to healthcare. Full story...
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Kure Beach plans to spend money on Ocean Front Park

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The Town of Kure Beach recently got a $500,000 to improve a park. The money comes from the state's Natural Heritage Trust Fund. It will go toward the town's Ocean Front Park. Full story...
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Baltimore team wins Battle of Weekend Warriors

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videoOver the years, the Battle of the Weekend Warriors Basketball Tournament in Wilmington has featured a handful of NBA pros. Chucky Brown, Raymond Felton and Chris Wilcox to name a few. The tournament didn't sport any NBA names over the weekend, but it did showcase a number of collegiate players. Full story...
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Life Community Church has first service in new home

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Religion and retail living together as one - that is what's happening at the Independence Mall. Life Community Church opened its doors next to Sears Sunday morning for the church's first service in its new home.

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High school football is here

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Football fans get excited. Saturday marked the official start of high school football practice around the state. Full story...
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Area driver license office to close for update

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Driver license offices around Southeastern North Carolina will each close for half a day this week as the DMV moves to a central issuance system for licenses and IDs. That means you'll get a temporary... Full story...
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Pirates and land lovers alike try to preserve Old Baldy

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videoBald Head Island is a secluded vacation paradise. Normally it's peaceful, but Friday the island was full of pirate wannabees. It's all for a worthy project, the preservation of the state's oldest standing lighthouse. Full story...
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