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UNCW welcomes the Lady Seahawks

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Wednesday we met the men's team, Thursday, the UNCW Lady Seahawks introduced themselves to the media. Head coach Ann Hancock and her team have high expectations for the upcoming season. Full story...
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Kids at Bradley Creek Elementary enjoyed Hispanic Heritage Month

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From handmade maracas, to colorful sombreros, kids at Bradley Creek Elementary celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month Thursday. They have been learning about different countries, and their traditions. Full story...
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Nursing students join seniors at Seahawks and Seniors Health Fair

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UNCW's nursing program sponsored the Seahawks and Seniors Health Fair at the New Hanover County Senior Center on Thursday. Full story...
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Landfall residents celebrate new labyrinth with ceremony

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Landfall residents now have a new place to enjoy some peace. The Wilmington community hosted a dedication ceremony celebrating a new labyrinth in their garden. Full story...
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Whats Happening: October 16-18

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videoFall is here. You can get a taste of many things this weekend. Enjoy a pancake breakfast, Oktoberfest, the Lighthouse Beer Fesitval, or the South Coast Classic Band competition. Full story...
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NC Gov Perdue begins trade mission to Japan, China

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Gov. Beverly Perdue's first overseas trade mission will focus on building ties with North Carolina's second- and fourth-largest trading partners - China and Japan. Full story...
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Dangerous Dog Appeals Court hears three cases Wednesday

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videoOne of our monthly features on WWAY is New Hanover County Dangerous Dog Appeals Court. It was a full docket Wednesday night, with three cases heard at New Hanover County Animal Control. Full story...
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South Brunswick High students raise and release flounder

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Students at South Brunswick High School said farewell to some friends Wednesday. They have been raising 300 southern flounder since last spring, and Wednesday it was time to let them go. Full story...
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Rise in unemployment driving many to enlist in military

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videoWith unemployment rates on the rise throughout the country, more people are choosing to march to the military recruitment office rather than the unemployment office. Military enrollment is the highest it's been since the volunteer military started in 1973. Full story...
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Mental health industry gets financial lift

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videoThe struggling mental health sector just received some much needed funds. The state released 15 million dollars to help bring back some important services. Full story...
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Cape Fear Skyway Project still up in the air

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The Cape Fear Skyway Bridge Project has come to a fork in the road. Wednesday, elected leaders who make up the Transportation Advisory Committee met to discuss the billion dollar project that would connect New Hanover and Brunswick counties. Full story...
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Media day at UNCW

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videoToday was media day for the UNC Wilmington men's basketball team and that means a chance to get to know the 2009-2010 Seahawks. Full story...
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WPD gets technology boost

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videoThe Wilmington Police Department has a new piece of equipment helps detect blood alcohol content more quickly. Before they got their new machine, the WPD had to send blood samples to Raleigh to get tested. Full story...
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Democratic Senator Basnight speaks out about Soles

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Tuesday, Senate Republican leader Phil Berger spoke to WWAY about two ongoing SBI investigations into Senator RC Soles. Wednesday, the top Democrat senator responded. Full story...
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Is dialysis treatment for kidney failure helping patient's quality of life?

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Nearly 400,000 Americans with kidney failure are currently on dialysis treatment. Though many doctors assume dialysis will improve elderly patients' quality of life, new research finds this may not be the case. Full story...
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