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Winter Wine Walk in downtown Wilmington

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Ten downtown Wilmington restaurants and bars opened their doors for the Winter Wine Walk. Crowds of wine and beer connoisseurs stopped in each location for tastings. Full story...
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Antique show benefits local non-profit organization

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For all you antique lovers looking for a good deal, this weekend is just for you. The 39th Annual Antique Show and Sale is in full swing at the Coastline Convention Center. Full story...
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North Carolina State Legislature has hands full

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videoThe North Carolina Legislature is back in session with plenty of big issues to tackle. WWAY’s Kevin Wuzzardo talked with two state senators and two representatives from our area to find out what they think are priorities for this legislative session. Full story...
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Laney hosts HOSA competition

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videoThirty-five schools and more than 600 students gathered at Laney High School for the Southeastern Health Occupation Students of America, or HOSA, competition. Full story...
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Homecoming at UNCW

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It’s back to school for some UNCW alumni this weekend. The Seahawks held their annual homecoming parade Saturday. On lookers cheered the homecoming court as they drove through campus in some convertibles on a chilly evening. Full story...
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Local unemployment numbers up

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videoThe local unemployment statistics are out, and the news isn't good across our five county area; the numbers are up across the board. Full story...
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Boseman proposes bill to allow district attorneys to carry concealed weapons in court

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videoRight now, the only people who can carry weapons into a courtroom are sheriff deputies and judges, but new legislation could change that. Full story...
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Local man uses latest technology to help him walk again

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videoJohn Schoen became paralyzed after a bad fall when he was nineteen, but thanks to hard work and new technology, he is back on his feet. Full story...
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Watching TV on your computer

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videoCanceling your cable may sound drastic, but it's something people are considering as they're cutting back on expenses. Best of all, there is a way to do it, without missing your favorite shows. Full story...
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Knowing how to eat healthy on a budget

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videoIt is a dilemma everyone faces at the grocery store; eating healthy on a dime. WWAY News Channel 3 found some tips for nutritious meals that will not bust your bank account. Full story...
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Cape Fear Pride stops in Belville

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videoBelville town officials are hoping to develop what land they do have. Major plans are on the table to build a downtown site for residents with apartments, restaurants and a marina. Full story...
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Southeastern Mental Health needs more money

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Southeastern Mental Health is having a hard time making ends meet again. The agency is out of money to pay it's service providers. Full story...
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An American Idol will headline Azalea Festival

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The headline concert for the 2009 North Carolina Azalea Festival has just been announced! This year, American Idol winner David Cook will be playing at Trask Coliseum on April 2nd. Full story...
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Boseman proposes an annexation moratorium for New Hanover County

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Monkey Junction residents may not have to pay city taxes after all. Senator Boseman said the annexation attempt comes at a bad time.

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CFCC's credit card system was breached; college is warning students and teachers

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Cape Fear Community College is warning students and staff to double check their credit card statements. Full story...
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