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Disgraced Durham County DA Mike Nifong says he'll stay in office another month. He submitted a resignation letter today, just two days after he was disbarred for unethical conduct in the Duke lacrosse case. Full story...
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Jelly fish, poison ivy and bee stings -- just a few unavoidable parts of summertime. People say that they've used everything from meat tenderizer to hot sauce to cure jelly fish stings. With summer fun comes the not so fun parts, to name a few: jelly fish stings, bee stings and poison ivy. Full story...
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Wilmington's main medical center is celebrating a birthday. New Hanover Regional Medical Center has 40 years of service behind it. Full story...
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Hundreds of college and high school students from across the country are in town this weekend for the first annual "Scene First" student film festival. Most are hoping to take first in their category, but all are looking to take advantage of this great opportunity to make connections and get established. Full story...
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Father's day is Sunday. To celebrate, WWAY asked you to enter your dad in our "Make Your Father's Day" contest. This is a hardworking man who is helping to raise another generation of children -- children who adore him, by the way. Full story...
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A potentially toxic chemical was discovered near the Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant. That chemical is called tritium, a chemical by-product of nuclear reactors. But residents say they're not worried. Full story...
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A car accident almost killed Floyd. He couldn't move a muscle or speak a word. That was in April, before he started physical therapy at the David Health Care Center. Full story...
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One Pender County farmer says pricey produce is making it hard for farms to survive. Pig farmer Donald Hall said, "I've been raising hogs for about 16 years. It's not a hard job, you just need to keep up with what's going on." Full story...
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A Brunswick County teenager will spend the rest of his life in prison. Friday morning a jury found 18-year-old Antwan Ash guilty of first-degree murder. Ash was only 16 years old when he murdered Kendrick Sparrow. The prosecutor says the most damning piece of evidence against Ash was a confession taped three days after the killing. Full story...
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