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As police continue searching for more information into the deadly shooting in Wilmington yesterday afternoon, 911 calls from witnesses give us a better description of the scene minutes after it happened. Full story...
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Media Day, one of the long traditions in college basketball, took place on Wednesday for Kevin Keatts and the 2014-15 UNCW Seahawks. We were there in order to check out this year's team. Former South Columbus football standout Ethan Farmer says the UNC Tar Heel defense will continue to make progress. Former East Columbus football standout Joe Gore will have to sit out the next two games for the Clemson Tigers. Plus more sports! Full story...
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Theatre can be a huge building block for kids. Let's face it...a lot of adults get nervous in the spotlight. So, get kids comfortable with themselves, in the spotlight, and you give them the ability to shine. This week's extraordinary person of the week is a local actor, writer, director, musician, teacher, and on and on. He is sometimes stage ‘left’, but his mission is always ‘right’. Full story...
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On Wednesday we honored the West Bladen Knights with our team of the week award. West Bladen is off to an impressive 4-1 start this season. The Knights defeated Union 50-21 last Friday. Full story...
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A Columbus County jury has convicted former Fair Bluff Police Chief Marty Lewis on two of three counts in his drug trial. Full story...
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WWAY takes a local look at a story that's made national headlines. A Realtor in Arkansas was kidnapped and murdered while showing a house last week. What are local realtors doing now to make sure this doesn't happen in the Cape Fear? Full story...
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In a little over a month, Wilmington residents will decide if a $44 million street and sidewalk bond aimed to improve walkways and roadways will pass. City officials have put up signs around the Port City to help demonstrate some of the projects impacted by the bond proposal. Full story...
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Officials need the community's help in identifying the man found dead in a creek under a bridge. Full story...
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A federal appeals court panel is ordering parts of North Carolina's strict new voting law set aside for next month's elections because it is likely to disenfranchise black voters. Full story...
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A New Hanover County Schools bus driver has resigned amid an investigation. David Penson submitted his resignation today. Full story...
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The New Hanover County Sheriff's Office says it is investigating a possible fraud tied to voter information and the state's voter identification law. Full story...
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