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Wilmington native starring in local production of 'Legally Blonde'

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video From growing up in Wilmington to the acting stage in New York City, Erin Sullivan has dramatic dreams. In her career, Sullivan has been on national tours for major Broadway hits. She's now starring at Thalian Hall as leading lady "Elle Woods" in “Legally Blonde.” Full story...
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Downtown staple Caffe Phoenix closing doors July 31

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video A staple of downtown Wilmington is closing its doors. After more than two decades, Caffe Phoenix will serve its last meal July 31. Full story...
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Hagan says amendment will help farmers get info they need

US Senator Kay Hagan is back to work in Washington today after passage of her amendment to the Farm Bill yesterday. She spoke to WWAY via satellite. Her "Plain Language" amendment will help farmers get information they need.

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State laws working to keep down synthetic drug use

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video First it was "Spice." Then it was bath salts. Now some folks are using what is advertised as a lady bug attractant to get high. But how easy is it to get your hands on the new synthetic drug "Amped" here in the Cape Fear? Full story...
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Randy to the Rescue: Fourth of July Preparations

It's time to think about your Fourth of July preparations. If you are hosting an Independence Day party, Randy Aldridge has some ideas to help you give your table a fresh, yet patriotic feel.

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Belle of Topsail and Pirate Ship Raven staying in Surf City

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video Despite a looming eviction, the Beach House Marina in Surf City is still home to a few tourist attractions. The owners of the Belle of Topsail and the Pirate Ship Raven say they won't be leaving town anytime soon. Full story...
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City budget passes in unanimous vote

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City council unanimously approved next year's budget in a second reading. Full story...
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WPD officers awarded medal of valor

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Several Wilmington police officers were recognized for their on-duty actions. Officer Fred Clark, Corporal Robert Perozzi, Officer Frank Childers and Officer Adam Lewis were presented Tuesday night with the Medal of Valor as a result of bravery and placing their own lives at risk. Full story...
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