make WWAY your homepage MEMBERS: Register| Login
Good Morning Carolina | Lottery Results | Gas Prices | Deals & Steals | Cape Fear CW | CoziTV | Watch ABC | Contests

City Councilman's son hit by car

READ MORE:
At approximately 9:45 p.m. Saturday night a man on a bicycle was hit near the 7200 block of Eastwood Road heading towards Wrightsville Beach. Full story...
»

Benefit Sunday for firefighter and family who lost all in house fire

READ MORE:
Community members are rallying together after a fire that destroyed the home of a 9/11 first responder left him and his family with nothing. Full story...
»

Shallotte golfer plays in final foursome at Pebble Beach with pro golfer Jay Haas as his partner

READ MORE:
Shallotte's Harrison Taylor and Wilmington's Tim Bringard will be bringing back golf memories that will last a lifetime from Pebble Beach. That's where the Nature Valley First Tee Open concluded on Sunday. Taylor and Bringhard are both youth golfers who are part of the "First Tee" golf program. Full story...
»

Hamerheads knock off Antigua again

READ MORE:
The Wilmington Hammerheads earned six points over the weekend with two victories over Antigua Barricuda FC. Sunday's game started more than an hour late, but Wilmington still managed to emerge victorious. Full story...
»

Navassa mayor charged with DWI

READ MORE:
Navassa Mayor Eulis Willis is facing a driving while impaired charge after being stopped by Navassa police Sunday morning, according to North Carolina Highway Patrol. Full story...
»

Old church gets new life as event space, skate park

READ MORE:
video Wilmington is home to many historic buildings and churches, but only one also morphs into a skate park. The Brooklyn Arts Center is 123 years old and was brought back to life earlier this year. It seems the space has something for everyone, including skateboarders. Full story...
»

Fort Fisher hosts Second Saturday, showcases Civil War literature

READ MORE:
Our area is rich with history, and Fort Fisher is a favorite spot for many locals, visitors and historians. Full story...
»

Hair gets chopped for charity

READ MORE:
After a year and a half of growing, a local salon owner chopped his locks for charity in his first ever “Hair can Help” fundraiser. Full story...
»

Saturday's legion baseball rained out in Whiteville

READ MORE:
Saturday's baseball playoff game in Whiteville was postponed due to rain. Wilmington Post 10 and Whiteville Post 137 will now begin the best of five playoff series in Wilmington on Sunday. Full story...
»

FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Trooper investigation results released; Wyrick cleared, Smith will be disciplined

READ MORE:
video "During the course of the investigation, a number of discrepancies were discovered between what was alleged to have occurred and what we know occurred through witness accounts and other information. The information and evidence obtained during the investigation does not support Mr. Tessener's allegations. However, the investigation did show that Trooper Smith violated Patrol policy, and he will be disciplined accordingly," said Col. Gilchrist. Full story...
»