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Firefighters learn from losses

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Every day, firefighters put themselves in harm's way to make sure we are safe, and sometimes, that means risking and losing their own lives. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Cop says he did personal work for Jayne on town time

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video Tim Jayne was fired earlier this week, but we're still uncovering controversy within the department while he was chief with officers saying they did work in his neighborhood and at his home while on the clock. Full story...
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WWAY's Friday night sports - Feb. 3

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video Another Full Court Press is in the books. Click full story in order to see all of the high school basketball scores from around the region from Friday night. Click the Full Court Press icon on our homepage to watch Friday's Full Court Press. Full story...
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Komen Foundation reverses funding decision, excites Wilmington Planned Parenthood

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video The Susan G. Komen Foundation's funding for Planned Parenthood is back on. Wilmington Planned Parenthood is excited about the move and looks forward to possibly working with the Komen Foundation in the future. Full story...
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Local farmers get together for 2nd Annual Feast DownEast

Nearly 300 local farmers and buyers planted new relationships and grew new ideas at the 2nd Annual Feast Down East today. It's a program all about growing local food and growing our local economy.

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Man lies about being robbed by fake cop

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Cherokee County deputies say a 77-year-old man made up a story that he was pulled over and robbed by a fake police officer because he was trying to get money to keep from being evicted. Full story...
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Red Dress Lunch raises money, awareness of heart disease

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The Landfall Clubhouse was filled with women donning red dresses today to raise money and awareness of the number one killer of women: heart disease. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: 3rd Street work could squeeze, shorten Azalea Festival Parade

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video For months drivers and pedestrians alike have had to deal with the shifts and delays caused by roadwork in downtown Wilmington. The North 3rd Street Improvement Project will continue until later this year, which means it could impact one of the biggest events of the year. Full story...
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