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Drug Court aims to heal addicts, get them back on track

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videoIt was not your average day at the New Hanover County Courthouse. Drug offenders were praised and recognized for their hard work in overcoming addiction. Full story...
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Brunswick County adult female confirmed with H1N1

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The H1N1 influenza virus has officially made it's way to Brunswick County. Another case of swine flu has been confirmed by the health department; this time in an adult. Full story...
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Life after graduation for two New Hanover High students

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videoMore than 1,400 New Hanover County high school seniors are preparing for the next chapter of their lives - life after graduation. WWAY's Meghan Packer has the story of some of the students, and the hard work that's gotten them to this point. Full story...
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WWAY goes Retro starting June 15th

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videoWWAY is going back to the good ole' days. Come Monday, we are bringing you an entirely new television station called RTV 3.2. Full story...
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More information on Maisenhelder, indecent liberties charges

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videoThere is more information about the indecent liberties charges against a Wilmington man who owns and operates an after school program. Incident reports provide more clues about the allegations that lead to the charges. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride Burgaw: Artist pushed by disease

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videoIvey Hayes has been an artist as long as he can remember, but in 1986 he was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Doctors told him to continue his artwork as therapy to help him deal with the disease. He said his desire to paint helped him push himself as an artist.

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Are on-board cell phone bans necessary?

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videoIf you have been on an airplane, you probably know the drill. You buckle up, and turn off your cell phone. WWAY’s Hailey Winslow explains why. Full story...
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New Hanover County man charged with murder in Pizza Hut shooting

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Charges against 22-year-old Mario Brown were filed Thursday. Police arrested Brown Tuesday night, after Brown allegedly shot and killed 20-year-old Antonio Fenner at the Pizza Hut on US 117. Full story...
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UNCW Seahawk sculpture receives official dedication

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A larger than life-sized seahawk has called the campus of UNCW home, since May. Friday, faculty and staff officially dedicated the sculpture. Full story...
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Parents, law enforcement meet to discuss after school program owner

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Parents of children enrolled at a Wilmington after school program met Thursday night to learn about the charges filed against the program's owner. Investigators notified the families of 42 children about the closed-door meeting with law enforcement and the district attorney’s office. Full story...
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Realtors gather for celebration, hoping for promising summer

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Despite a slumping economy, local realtors found a reason to celebrate Thursday night. With Flag Day coming up Sunday, the Wilmington Regional Association of Realtors decked out in red, white and blue for a bash aboard the Battleship North Carolina. Full story...
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Confirmed swine flu case hits Bradley Creek Elementary

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The World Health Organization has declared a swine flu pandemic, as another case of the H1N1 virus has been confirmed in New Hanover County schools at Bradley Creek Elementary. Full story...
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Brunswick Nuclear Plant under investigation

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The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is investigating Brunswick Nuclear Plant in Southport. Progress Energy, which oversees the plant, confirmed the investigation is looking into the professional conduct of some of the plant's security officers. Full story...
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Carolina Beach tries to make visitors aware of rip current dangers

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videoStrong rip currents, that keep catching swimmers off guard, have kept Carolina Beach Ocean Rescue unseasonably busy. Full story...
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Tax incentives aim at stimulating real estate market

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videoYou may have heard of the first-time homebuyer tax credit, but even if it's not your first time as a home owner you can reap some big benefits. The federal government is offering up to $8,000 to people buy a home before December 1st. Full story...
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