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High court denies gay marriage appeals

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The Supreme Court has turned away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex marriages, paving the way for an immediate expansion of gay and lesbian unions. Full story...
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NEW DETAILS: No injuries reported in Wilmington shooting

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videoPolice say there was another shooting in Wilmington tonight, but no one was hurt. Full story...
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Bigger and better than ever: Riverfest 2014

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videoThis year's Riverfest filled up the riverfront on Water Street and was expanded to Chandler's Warf. Fireworks, two stages of entertainment and about 200 craft and food vendors are just a few of the things this weekend's festival offered. Full story...
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Operation Spartan Shield deploys 200 soliders

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videoTwo-hundred soldiers are deploying from Wilmington in the upcoming weeks. This weekend hundreds gathered to say goodbye. For many it's not their first deployment, but this mission is different. Full story...
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Belville plans to add more to riverwalk

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videoThe town of Belville held their ground breaking event for the new riverwalk addition. Belville received a grant from duke energy to put in walking trails along with an educational center. Full story...
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Boat capsizes sending one to the hospital

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video The Coast Guard says one person went to the hospital after a boat capsized in Lockwood Folly Inlet near Holden Beach this morning. Full story...
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WWAY's 5th Quarter - October 3

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videoWWAY's 5th Quarter from the first Friday in October is complete, as is week 7 of the high school football season. We featured Hoggard's win over New Hanover, along with victories from Laney, Topsail, Whiteville, East Bladen and Wallace-Rose Hill. Full story...
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UPDATE: Man accused of sex crimes with children out on bond

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videoThe man accused of sex crimes involving both a 4-year-old and a 10-year-old is out of jail on bond tonight after he appeared in court on his latest charges. Full story...
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Longest running state foosball championship in Wilmington this weekend

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The longest running state foosball championship in the nation is happening right here in Wilmington. It is the 40th annual tournament, and people have traveled from all over the nation for it. Full story...
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Feds override NC on draining coal ash dumps

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Federal environmental officials spurred North Carolina regulators to reverse course on a policy allowing Duke Energy to drain massive amounts of polluted wastewater from its coal ash dumps directly into the state's rivers and lakes. Full story...
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Whiteville man convicted in wife's death 14 years later

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A Whiteville man will spend more than five years in prison after his conviction for killing his wife 14 years ago. According to a news release from District Attorney Jon David, John Avery Phillip Cumbee, 53, was convicted Thursday of voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of 36-year-old Angela Jones Cumbee. Full story...
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WWAY, WHQR host New Hanover Co. Commission candidate forum Monday

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Monday night WWAY and WHQR are hosting another candidate forum. This time it's for New Hanover County Commission Candidates. Full story...
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Weekend festivities kicks off with garden party

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video The City of Wilmington kicked off its fall celebrations and river fest weekend with a garden party at Greenfield Lake this afternoon. The Greenfield Lake Collaborative hosted the event to raise funds that will support annual community and economic development projects in Greenfield Lake. This is the first event to kick off Riverfest. Full story...
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Art in the Arboretum attracts thousands

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video The New Hanover Arboretum opens its doors this weekend for art lovers as the arboretum celebrates its 25th anniversary. The art in the arboretum will attract thousands of folks all across the area this weekend with lots of paintings, pottery, and even metal sculptures all on display and for sale. Full story...
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Holiday begins for Jewish community

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video Today is the beginning of the holiest time for the Jewish community. Yom Kippur begins tonight at sundown and goes through sundown on Saturday. Full story...
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