make WWAY your homepage MEMBERS: Register| Login
Vote 2014 | Good Morning Carolina | Lottery Results | Gas Prices | Half-Off | Cape Fear CW | RTV | Watch ABC | Contests | Blogs

Military mailing deadlines approaching

READ MORE:
If you are planning to send a package or letter to a soldier stationed overseas for Christmas, deadlines are fast approaching. Full story...
»

Ground Zero worker awaits health care bill vote

READ MORE:
video We just marked the 9th anniversary of September 11th, a date many will never forget. But some of the men and women who responded when the twin towers fell, feel like they've been forgotten now that they need help. A bill sitting in the U.S. Senate could make a huge impact in their lives, even here at home. Full story...
»

St. James community outraged over postal service layoffs

READ MORE:
A family of beloved mail carriers in St. James are losing their jobs after a decade of delivering the mail. Folks in the community are outraged. They have started collecting signatures, trying to save the jobs of their local mail carriers. More than 300 people have already signed on. Full story...
»

Christmas came early for troops at Camp Lejeune

READ MORE:
video Marines and their families lined up for miles at Camp Lejeune early Wednesday morning, all looking for one thing... Christmas trees. Full story...
»

FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Your tax $ and the Gravely; Commissioner Thompson - Don't like it? You're "ignorant"

READ MORE:
When asked about approving $25,000 in local tax money to help throw an 11-day party for the Gravely Commissioning, New Hanover Co. Commissioner Jason Thompson told a local newspaper Tuesday, "The people who can't see that (the benefits of the ship's visit) are shortsighted with ignorance and spite and can't look at the common good." Full story...
»

Fire destroys restaurant in Calabash

READ MORE:
videoA big fire in a small Brunswick County town damaged a landmark restaurant Tuesday night. About 6:30 p.m. a fire call came into Brunswick County Dispatch. It was Captain John's in Calabash. Full story...
»

It's the first night of Hanukkah

READ MORE:
It's time to get the menorahs out because it's the first night of Hanukkah. Full story...
»

Restaurant fire sheds light on communication problem

READ MORE:
video The Captain John's Seafood restaurant fire brought up another issue for first responders. An issue key to success or failure when lives are on the line. Full story...
»

FIRST ON 3 & THE STATE PORT PILOT: St. James postal carriers being laid off; Community rallies to help

READ MORE:
Patsy Rankin had been delivering mail in St. James with her husband and son for ten years when she received a letter saying her contract was being terminated at the end of the year. Full story...
»

FIRST ON 3 & THE STATE PORT PILOT: BCC President Greiner flip-flopping on going to Kentucky?

READ MORE:
While a two-year Kentucky school plans for the upcoming arrival of its new president, Dr. Stephen Greiner, e-mails sent to all Brunswick Community College employees last week suggest he might not be going anywhere after all. Full story...
»