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Teachers head back to school

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videoStudents in our area are heading back to the classroom this week, and that means time for teachers to get back to work, too. Full story...
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Rex Gore speaks with WWAY regarding Columbus County case

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videoNew information tonight on a Columbus County investigation. Full story...
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Columbus County Woman Turns 103

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videoA Columbus County woman will turn 103 on Wednesday. Without a doubt, she's one of the oldest, if not "the" oldest resident of Columbus County. Full story...
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Crash Kills Young Marine

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Nineteen year-old Zachary Stein was riding along Long Beach road in Oak Island yesterday morning when he collided with a car trying to make a left turn. Full story...
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Leland Residents Meet Town’s Top Cop

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videoTim Jayne started as Leland police chief almost two months ago. On Sunday, he met and greeted town residents at Leland's town hall. Full story...
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Women and Guns

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videoAfter the recent attacks in Wilmington more females are learning to protect themselves. One local business manager said women are using, owning and carrying guns and other forms of protection. Full story...
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Military Motorcycle

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It could be the most patriotic motorcycle ever built. Full story...
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Fish for the Pier

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videoOn Saturday the North Carolina Public Access Foundation held a fishing tournament benefit to help the Town of Oak Island buy the Yaupon pier. Full story...
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Recent assaults being treated as unrelated

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Yesterday on Ask the Chief, Wilmington Police Chief Ralph Evangelous said the last weekend's attacks on women are not related to last month's assault at Third and Market Streets. Full story...
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Progress Energy unveils plans for solar plant

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Utility company, Progress Energy is trying to reduce it's impact on the environment. It's doing it with some help from the sun. Full story...
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Commuter Challenge in the works

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Planning is in the works for the second annual Commuter Challenge. Full story...
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Residents frustrated with CF Public Utility Authority

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It's only been operational for two months, but already, many local residents are frustrated with the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority. Full story...
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Children staying home alone

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videoWith kids going back to school, some parents are deciding what to do about after school care. Some kids go to daycare, some stay with relatives while others may be left at home. Full story...
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CFCC nursing student opening for Kenny Chesney

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A Cape Fear Community College nursing student will soon be making his big debut under the bright lights. Full story...
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Local invention may save lives

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In the event of an emergency, every second counts. A Wilmington man's invention helps emergency workers better track your location. Full story...
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