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WPD looking for men who may have stolen cameras

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Wilmington Police detectives are trying to identify the two men in these photos. Police believe they stole two expensive cameras from a man they met at a bar November 17. Full story...
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3 Wilmington teams advance in Leon Brogden Holiday Tournament

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video Laney, New Hanover and Hoggard all won first round games in the Leon Brogden Holiday Tournament on Monday at Trask Coliseum. This guarantees at least one Wilmington team in the finals on Thursday. Full story...
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UPDATED: CFPUA repairs water main that burst due to cold weather

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CFPUA crews are responding to a water main break on South 17th Street and Wright Street (in the 900 to 1000 block in the proximity of the railroad tracks and Cape Fear Literacy Council). Full story...
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Power coming back on in Bladen after snow caused outages

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video More than six inches of snow fell in Bladen County this weekend. It was apparently too much for many power lines to handle. Full story...
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Pedestrian killed Christmas Eve identified

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Investigators have released the name of a man who died in a Christmas Eve accident in Wilmington. Full story...
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ILM passengers cope with cancellations

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video Runways are clear at Wilmington International Airport, but due to winter weather in other parts of the country, some travelers trying to make their way home are grounded. Full story...
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Delays and cancellations for Tuesday (updated 2:15 p.m., Monday)

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To report a delay/cancellation, email us at newsroom@wwaytv3.com. Full story...
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NCDOT: Clean-up ahead of schedule

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NCDOT encourages motorists to "know before they go" about road conditions by calling 511, the state's toll-free travel information line, or visiting the department's Traveler Information Management System. Citizens can also get updates on our winter weather response by following NCDOT on Twitter. Full story...
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The latest from Progress Energy on restoring power after storm

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Progress Energy crews have restored service to more than 260,000 customers who lost power in the weekend’s winter storm across the Carolinas, and as of 11:30 a.m. today, more than 500 line and tree workers and support teams are working to restore power to about 6,000 customers currently without electricity. Full story...
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At least four dead in weather-related crashes

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Motorists in North and South Carolina are coping with snow and patches of ice on roads that officials say caused four traffic deaths in North Carolina. Full story...
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