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Folks have a toe-tapping good time at Bluegrass fest

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Bluegrass music was born and raised in the south and is still making folks tap their toes today. Full story...
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High schoolers show off sidewalk chalk skills

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Wilmington is full of local artistic talent. Some people paint, some sculpt, some draw, and some use sidewalk chalk. Full story...
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Group protests Amendment One in Wilmington

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video With the primary election on Tuesday, North Carolina Amendment One passed and passed by a large margin. One group here in Wilmington does not accept the amendment and Friday night held a rally to begin their fight against it. Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - May 11

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video Friday marked the first night of the state playoffs for high school baseball and softball. We had our sports cameras out and about. We also had soccer state playoff action. UNCW cliched the CAA regular season baseball title on Friday. It's the first regular season title for Mark Scalf's squad since 2008. The Wilmington Sea Dawgs also won on Friday! Update: Check out high school & UNCW results from Saturday. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Mississippi leaders, residents fire back after Perdue's insult

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Gov. Phil Bryant issued the following statement in response to the derogatory remarks about Mississippi made by North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue... Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: SABLE flying in Ogden area after car chase

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SABLE and dozens police cars are swarming the Ogden area of New Hanover County after a car chase. Full story...
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Explore With George: Airlie Gardens

As we push further into spring, Airlie Gardens is getting their season going strong. Today, our George Elliott stopped by the gardens for the seasonal opening of the popular butterfly house, and to help them celebrate national public garden day.

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ONLY ON 3: Business owner explains push for privately-funded ballpark

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video Baseball continues to be the talk of the Port City, especially how to pay for a proposed ballpark. Now some business owners have joined the push against taxpayer money for the stadium. The Privately Funded Baseball Alliance says no matter where the ballpark goes, the city does not need to pay for it. Full story...
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