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Dozens of dead sharks wash ashore in Oak Island

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video It was a shocking sight for some residents of Oak Island on the beach yesterday when about 50 sharks were lying by the shore dead. Dozens of sharks washed ashore ranging anywhere between 1 to 4 feet in size, now the NC Division of Marine Fisheries investigated the situation and they think they know the cause. Full story...
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KITCHEN SCOOP: Berry Good Belgian Waffles

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videoA big plate of Belgian Waffles for brunch at a fancy restaurant is nice, on occasion. Too bad we can't have some every weekend. But, wait...who says? Alicia Ross has a recipe for Berry Good Belgian Waffles that you'll love. She shares it in this week's Kitchen Scoop. Full story...
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School bus driver suspended after incident caught on camera

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A New Hanover County School bus driver has been suspended with pay pending the outcome of an investigation by the district of some sort of incident. Full story...
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Wilmington Municipal Golf Course reopens this week

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video The Wilmington Municipal Golf Course is set to reopen this week. It has been closed for almost four months now for renovations. Full story...
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Deadline looms for charter schools to submit contract info

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Tomorrow is the deadline for charter schools to comply with a public record directive from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Full story...
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Homes evacuated due to gas leak

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No injuries were reported in a natural gas leak that forced the evacuations of several homes in Wilmington. Full story...
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Two men charged for LSD after tip at high school football game

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The Brunswick County Sheriff's Office Drug Enforcement Unit has arrested two men on charges involving LSD after they got a tip one of the men was trying to sell the drug at a high school football game. Full story...
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Witness in former police chief's trial arrested

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video The Columbus County Sheriff's office says two men involved in the trial for former Fair Bluff Police Chief Marty Lewis were arrested over the weekend. James Scott and Earnest Smith were arrested on drug charges. Full story...
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Catlin, Jordan to debate tonight on WWAYTV3.com

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videoThe fall campaign season is upon us. Tonight, candidates for NC House District 20 will meet for a debate sponsored by WWAY and WHQR. Full story...
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Jason Mott talks about new book, 'Resurrection' season 2

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videoJason Mott, the author of the bestseller "The Returned," is back with his newest book "The Wonder of All Things" to discuss miracles and how they affect life in a small Southern town. Full story...
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Lane closure leads to big traffic jam in Leland

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videoA lane closure on the causeway between Leland and Wilmington has led to significant traffic back-ups in northern Brunswick County. Full story...
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Just another day in paradise: Carolina Beach Island Day

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Carolina Beach hosted the 5th annual Island Day celebration Sunday. Hundreds of people gathered on Pleasure Island for the event that included lots of games and activities for the whole family, live music, and time to visit with friends and neighbors. Full story...
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8-year-old girl working to make big difference for homeless

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videoAn 8-year-old girl has taken her school assigned community service and gone above and beyond. She is taking it upon herself to help out the homeless in the Port City. Full story...
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Wilmington celebrates 275th anniversary

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video It has been 275 years since Wilmington was founded and a lot has changed over those years, but the love that people have for Wilmington has not. Full story...
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Disaster preparedness fair educates public

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video In honor of national disaster preparedness month, The Cape Fear Volunteer Center hosted a fair at the Independence Mall on Saturday. They were joined with the Wilmington Fire Department, Emergency Management, The National Weather Service, and Disaster One all which were giving out information to the public to prepared them for any disaster that could happen. Full story...
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