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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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Police searching for suspect in surveillance photo

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The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office is requesting assistance in identifying the male subject in the photo. Full story...
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Seahawks suspend K.K. Simmons indefinitely

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Freshman guard K.K. Simmons has been suspended indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team, second-year UNCW men's basketball head coach Buzz Peterson announced Friday. Full story...
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The Rant: February 2, 2012

WWAY News Director Scott Pickey RANT's about what happened in Leland this week.

Healthy ideas for Super Bowl snacks

Weight Watchers stopped by Good Morning Carolina Friday morning to share some healthy ways to stay trim all the way through your Super Bowl party.

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National unemployment rate falls to 8.3 pct. after hiring surge

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The unemployment rate fell for the fifth straight month after a surge of January hiring, a promising shift in the nation's outlook for job growth. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - Feb. 2

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video On Thursday's sports on WWAY we featured the UNC Wilmington women's basketball team hosting nationally ranked Delaware. The 12th ranked Blue Hens beat UNCW 62-53. We also featured the West Bladen boys basketball team as this week's high school basketball team of the week. Full story...
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Wrightsville Beach Police Chief responds to investigations of officers

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video We told you this week that investigations into three Wrightsville Beach Police officers have led to them being placed on administrative leave. Thursday the Board of Aldermen held a special meeting and went into closed session to discuss the personnel matter. We spoke with Police Chief Daniel House afterwards about the progression of the investigations and the next step in dealing with the officers. Full story...
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