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FIRST ON 3: New Hanover Co. Commissioners vote NO on funding Arts Council

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After about an hour-long presentation on the benefits of funding a local arts council, New Hanover County Commissioners voted unanimously to not approve giving the group $50,000 in seed money. Full story...
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UNCW earns WNIT bid

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The UNCW women's basketball team won't be going to the big dance, but they did receive an invitation to the Women's NIT on Monday night. It's a matchup of Seahawks and Spiders. Full story...
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Meet Tony Hudson, Pender's new football coach

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video Tony Hudson is the new Pender head football coach. Going back to Pender is a "homecoming" for the Pender graduate. Full story...
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Japan nuclear crisis hits close to home for Brunswick Nuclear Plant neighbors

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videoWith all eyes on Japan's nuclear plant and how the country is being affected by the situation, folks in Brunswick County say the meltdown is hitting too close to home because of the Progress Energy Nuclear Plant in Southport. Full story...
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Follow the latest news from Japan

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As the disaster in Japan unfolds, WWAY provides continuing coverage with help from our colleagues at ABC News. Full story...
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American Eagle adding flights between ILM and Chicago O'Hare

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American Eagle, the regional affiliate of American Airlines, will fly two daily round-trip flights between Chicago O'Hare International Airport and Wilmington International Airport beginning July 2. The new service will be operated with 44-seat Embraer jets. Full story...
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The Rant: March 14, 2011

While alcohol is often associated with Saint Patrick's day, perhaps too much so, it's not the only thing that represents the culture or the holiday. WWAY's Kevin "Patrick" Wuzzardo has more in tonight's edition of The Rant.

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New Hanover co. commissioners en route to control money spent in school systems

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New Hanover county commissioners are discussing a resolution that would require the school board to request permission to move any money between account. The New Hanover County school board says this proposal would hurt its accountability to effectively help its students. Full story...
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NC 133 back open after morning crash

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A crash on NC 133 in Brunswick County closed the road in both directions earlier today. Full story...
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NC poultry processor signals Supreme Court appeal

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A criminal case against a poultry processor accused of intentionally dumping untreated turkey remains into waterways is advancing unless the US Supreme Court steps in. Full story...
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