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Shark in the forecast!

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videoLook who showed up during the weather forecast Friday evening....a shark! Full story...
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Purdue leads after first day of Landfall Tradition

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videoTwo-time champion Purdue shot a blistering 5-under-par 283 and South Carolina's Nanna Madsen soared to the top of the individual leaderboard with a 6-under 66 as the opening day of the 13th Landfall Tradition drew to a close Friday at the Country Club of Landfall's Pete Dye Course. The conditions were perfect. The greens were true and fast. The scores were lower than normal. Full story...
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Old Topsail school starts new chapter

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videoThe old Topsail High School is back open as the new home of Pender County's Eastern Annex Building. Full story...
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Food Day Wilmington celebrates affordable, healthy foods

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video It's National Food Day, and local organizations gathered at UNCW. Full story...
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Traffic issues expected for Beach2Battleship triathlon

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video The seventh annual Beach2Battleship Triathlon is happening Saturday in New Hanover County, and officials want drivers to be aware of traffic delays due to the race. Full story...
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Triathalon more than just a race for cancer survivor

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a href="http://www.wwaytv3.com/node/53297" title="watch video">video Thousands of athletes are expected to participate in Saturday's Beach2Battleship Triathlon. But some of these athletes had to overcome much more before heading to the starting line. Full story...
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Kids, adults participate in Special Olympics Fall Games

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videoKids and adults of all ages were having a ball at this year's New Hanover County Special Olympics Fall Games. Full story...
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WPD looking for suspect involved in hit-and-run

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Wilmington Police need the your help to locate a suspect vehicle involved in a hit and run that severely damaged a vehicle. Full story...
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Crowded field of 7 vies for 4 open New Hanover School Board seats

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videoThree incumbents and four challengers are vying for four seats on the New Hanover County School Board. It's historical perspective against new ideas. Full story...
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Brunswick County Sheriff's Office hosts annual Fall Festival Thursday

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videoEvery parent wants their child to have a safe way to celebrate Halloween. What could be safer than celebrating with law enforcement? Full story...
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Scammers target UNCW students, community

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video UNCW Police say scammers are targeting UNCW student by posing as Wilmington Police. Full story...
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Police: Man shoots at car driving by, hits porch & parked car

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Wilmington Police are investigating after ShotSpotter tipped them off to a drive-by shooting, where officers say witnesses watched a man fire shots at a passing vehicle. Full story...
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Four local teams advance in volleyball state playoffs; New Hanover wins league soccer title

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videoHoggard, Pender, South Columbus and Wilmington Christian all won state playoff volleyball games on Thursday night. Odds are we'll have at least one state champion from the area this year. On Thursday New Hanover won the boys soccer crown for the Mideastern Conference. We were there for that too. Plus, the Landfall Tradition tees off on Friday. Prior to the event we caught up with UNCW Seahawk golfer Kayla Thompson. The UNCW freshman is a graduate of West Bladen High. Full story...
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ECU edges Connecticut, Trevon Brown hurts knee

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videoNationally ranked East Carolina got off to an impressive start against Connecticut on Thursday night, but the Pirates had to hold on for a 31-21 victory. The football game was actually tied going into the 4th quarter. Former New Hanover Wildcat football standout Trevon Brown hurt his knee in the first half. Full story...
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Accused murderer speaks from jail

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videoDid Marokus Ballard kill Hisan Polk? That’s a question a jury will decide. “I’m not guilty of first degree murder,” said Ballard, “I am not.” Full story...
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