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Water at Camp Lejeune not linked to health problems

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A federal report says contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune cannot be linked to health problems of people who lived on the base. Full story...
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The history of First Presbyterian Church and its renovation

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videoLately, you may have noticed scaffolding on the front of the First Presbyterian Church on Third Street. WWAY's Ann McAdams tells us a little about the history of the church, and what's going on with the renovation. Full story...
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Carolina Beach is a great spot for surfing, swimming, sunning and... wrestling

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videoBeachgoers are confronted with a lot of options. An obvious choice is surfing. Of course there’s always the possibility of playing in the sand or working on the perfect summer tan. And don’t forget, there’s wrestling too. Yes, wrestling on the beach. Full story...
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Sunburst Foundation holds four-legged meet and greet

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People looking to adopt a dog were able to meet and greet with the pups Saturday before deciding to bring a new pet home. Full story...
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Area high school seniors graduate

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High school seniors all across our area shared an important moment in their life Saturday, their high school graduation. Full story...
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Juneteenth celebrated at MLK Center

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Members of the African American community in our area celebrated part of their history Saturday. Juneteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. Full story...
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Gay pride hits the streets of downtown Wilmington for annual festival

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Saturday marked the Fourth Annual Gay Pride Street Festival in downtown Wilmington. It's part of Wilmington Pride, a series of events promoting gay pride. Full story...
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Sweet fundraiser held Saturday

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The Wilmington Temple of Israel hosted a joint fundraiser at the Hannah Block USO building Saturday. The event featured desserts by six celebrity chefs, live music, an abundance of art and a silent auction to benefit the Wilmington-based Full Belly Project, Phoenix Employment Ministries and United Jewish Communities. Full story...
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Mosley students graduate

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Friday night, Mosley Performance Learning Center kicked off the weekend’s graduation ceremonies at the Minnie Evans Performing Arts Center as 28 students graduated from the non-traditional high school. Full story...
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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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