make WWAY your homepage MEMBERS: Register| Login
Vote 2014 | Good Morning Carolina | Lottery Results | Gas Prices | Half-Off | Cape Fear CW | RTV | Watch ABC | Contests | Blogs

BASF's Wilmington plant prepares to close its doors

READ MORE:
At the end of the month BASF's Wilmington plant will close its doors. Thirty-three jobs will be eliminated when the company closes its vitamin plant on the March 31st. Full story...
»

Boseman takes step to block Titan plant

READ MORE:

State Senator Julia Boseman upped the ante Thursday in the move to block Titan from building a cement plant near Wilmington.

Full story...
»

Marine Technology program at CFCC may stay afloat

READ MORE:
Perdue announced this week in her budget proposal, funding for marine programs will remain. CFCC officials said they will continue to keep their fingers crossed as the budget waits for legislative approval. Full story...
»

Crews uncover a piece of American history at GE-Hitachi

READ MORE:
A piece of American history was unveiled Thursday on the grounds of the GE-Hitachi plant. A ground-penetrating radar, along with a dog team, have since been used to uncover exactly what was there. Full story...
»

Cape Fear Commutes 2035 kicks-off transportation plan for Cape Fear region

READ MORE:
The Cape Fear Commutes 2035 Transportation Plan will look 25 years into the future and address a broad spectrum of transportation requirements for the entire Cape Fear region. Full story...
»

Whats Happening: March 20-22

READ MORE:
videoThe Azalea Festival is still two weeks away, but children can get in on the fun this weekend. Plus, you will have a chance to learn more about the outdoors, while indoors. Full story...
»

Dangerous Dog Court hears three cases Wednesday night

READ MORE:
videoNew Hanover County Dangerous Dog Court is a monthly feature on WWAY. There were three cases heard Wednesday night, as well as a lesson for us all on neutering. Full story...
»

WWAY Goes to Washington: NC representatives and their priorities

READ MORE:

videoThis week we have heard from our representatives in Congress about what they do and what they think about the federal economic stimulus plan. But what else are they working on for you in Washington?

Full story...
»

Screen Gems on track for opening

READ MORE:
The third-largest film and production stage in the United States is on track to open in a couple of months here in the Port City. Full story...
»

Public meeting Thursday night on proposed clear cutting

READ MORE:
Folks concerned about the proposed clear cutting in Cove Swamp in Columbus County have a chance to speak out at a public meeting Thursday night. Full story...
»

Troubleshooters: Towing concerns mount

READ MORE:
videoSome folks who were recently towed from outside the Long Leaf Mall Gold's Gym have a particularly frustrating story. Not only were they paying customers, annoyed to be towed while they were working out, but when they went to pick up their cars from the towing company, the women got charged more than the men. Full story...
»

Cause of North Brunswick High fire identified

READ MORE:
Authorities have identified the cause of Tuesday night's fire at North Brunswick High School. The fire began in the wood shop of the school around 7:00 p.m. Authorities say a sander was left on and overheated. Full story...
»

With 100 positions unfilled, NHC manager talks of challenges ahead

READ MORE:
videoMore than 100 job positions are, or will soon be, unfilled. As a result, departments are being restructured. Despite the changes, county leaders stress that public safety will not be compromised. Full story...
»

Sexting awareness

READ MORE:
videoYesterday, we introduced sexting, which is the act of sending nude or partially nude photos via cell phone. Teens may not realize they could face child pornography or sex offender charges if they get caught sexting. Full story...
»

Online marketing the topic of conversation at a local breakfast

READ MORE:
Business owners are recognizing the importance of marketing their companies on the internet. A crowd of more than five hundred gathered at the Hilton in Wilmington Wednesday to talk about it. Full story...
»