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WWAY goes commercial free for Election Night coverage

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videoTired of all the political ads you've been bombarded with the last few weeks? Well, you won't have to worry about any commercials to find out who won all those races if you tune to WWAY on Election Night. Full story...
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NEW DETAILS: 911 call released in Bladen murder

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videoInvestigators have now released the 911 calls in the Tuesday morning murder of a 23-year-old man at his home. Full story...
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US Coast Guard Cutter Diligence returns home

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videoAfter a 45-day patrol in the Caribbean Sea, the US Coast Guard Cutter Diligence has finally returned to the Port City. Full story...
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Pair of veterinarians battle for 8th District NC Senate seat

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video Early voting has been going on for a week now, and Election Day is right around the corner. We sat down with the candidates for NC Senate District 8 candidates to see what issues they want to see fixed. Full story...
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Cape Fear Fair & Expo is back and better than ever

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videoThe Cape Fear Fair & Expo is back and better than ever. There is more food, fun, and of course, fried food. Full story...
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Custom costumes for kids in wheelchairs revealed at parade

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Custom costumes made to for children with special needs were revealed at their school's Halloween parade Thursday. Full story...
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Resident: Greenway project too close for comfort

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videoChanging plans for a greenway bike path and fence have folks in one Carolina Beach neighborhood asking what happened. Full story...
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Former Brunswick Co. deputy convicted on prostitution charges

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A Brunswick County jury has convicted a former deputy on two counts of soliciting a prostitute and one count of soliciting crimes against nature. Full story...
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No charges in Leland PD missing evidence probe

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There's not enough evidence for criminal charges against former Leland Police officers after an investigation about missing evidence. That's the word from District Attorney Jon David after a SBI investigation into missing evidence at the Leland Police Department. Full story...
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Bomb squad destroys suitcase left on downtown street

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video Wilmington Police officers and members of its bomb unit blocked off a part of N. 3rd Street this morning downtown because of a suitcase left in front of a deli near the courthouse. Full story...
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Hagan, Tillis to visit Wilmington today

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With time running out before Election Day, the two major party candidates for US Senate will both be in Wilmington today. Full story...
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101 Mobility brings Halloween to special needs students

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videoThe ability to dress up for Halloween is something you might not think twice about, but it’s a reality for the special needs students at Codington Elementary. To make sure those kids look just as spooky, or as dainty as all the other kids on Halloween, 101 Mobility creates special costumes for them. Full story...
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Halloween Happenings: Haunted Pub Crawl

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videoTales of terror and creepy streets combine to make for a spooktacular Halloween weekend. Discover some of old Wilmington's most extraordinary and actively haunted pubs on a 2.5 hour adventure. Hoist a pint as you hear chilling, humorous and baffling tales of ghosts, unusual history, murder, mayhem and more. Full story...
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VOTE: Good Morning Carolina's Pumpkin Carving Contest

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Halloween is just days away, and the Good Morning Carolina crew squared off in a pumpkin carving contest, in honor of some holiday fun and a little friendly competition.video Full story...
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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: Employee of the half century

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videoWWAY is celebrating 50 years, and believe it or not, there is an employee at WWAY who has been here the entire time. George Allen is our Extraordinary Person of the Week. What he's done for this station and the community makes him the "Employee of the Half Century". Full story...
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