make WWAY your homepage  Become a fan on facebook  Follow us on twitter  Receive RSS Newsfeeds  MEMBERS: Register | Login

Archive - Jan 18, 2011

ONLY ON 3: In wake of Giffords shooting former Wilmington Police sergeant speaks about road to recovery

READ MORE:
video All of America got to see Diane Sawyer's exclusive interview with the husband of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords Tuesday night. The two talked about what's in store for the future. It's going to be a long road to recovery for Giffords and it's a road a former Wilmington Police sergeant knows all too well. Full story...
»

Tom Eanes named head football coach at Ashley High School

READ MORE:
video Tom Eanes is changing jobs, but he won't be moving. The Wilmington resident is leaving Pender High School in order to be the new head football coach at Ashley High School. Full story...
»

New Hanover commissioners spending money to talk money

READ MORE:
video Economic issues are something New Hanover County commissioners have struggled a lot with lately. So why are they spending more than $35,000 to hire a professional facilitator to run a planning session to talk about their money problems? Full story...
»

New Hanover raises fines for leash law violations

READ MORE:
Letting your dog run free could cost you more money in New Hanover County. Commissioners today approved increasing fines for violating the county's leash laws. Full story...
»

ONLY ON 3: Mother says school not doing enough about son's bully

READ MORE:
video Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words will never hurt you. One New Hanover County mother says this is not the case for her son. She says her son is the victim of bullying, and she is afraid the problems will escalate quickly. Full story...
»

Thompson wants more county power over uninsured cars

READ MORE:
Drivers who don't have car insurance may have their car impounded if a New Hanover County Commissioner has his way. Full story...
»

McComas among House committee leaders

READ MORE:
Incoming House Speaker Rep. Thom Tillis announced several committee leadership assignments today, including one for New Hanover County's Danny McComas. Full story...
»

NC panel completes SBI work, full Legislature next

READ MORE:
A legislative panel examining North Carolina's crime lab has recommended changes to promote confidence and integrity in the lab's work. Full story...
»

Zahra's stepmother faces bigamy charge

READ MORE:
The stepmother of a disabled North Carolina girl who died under mysterious circumstances has been indicted on a charge of bigamy. Full story...
»

Chinese delegation visits NC for investment pitch

READ MORE:
China's president is making a state visit to the United States and Chinese business and government leaders are making a side visit to North Carolina as both countries aim to increase trade. Full story...
»

Jordan's son turns heads for Central Florida hoops

READ MORE:
Marcus Jordan has never shied away from being the son of NBA great Michael Jordan. Now the sophomore guard is finding his own identity at Central Florida. Full story...
»

New Hanover Health Dept. announces lubricant recall

READ MORE:
The New Hanover County Health Department recently received notice from the Triad Group regarding an URGENT MEDICAL DEVICE RECALL. The product being recalled is STERILE LUBRICATING JELLY manufactured by the Triad Group. Full story...
»

Sweepstakes parlor robbed at gunpoint

READ MORE:
It sounds like a story out of the old west: masked gunmen robbing a gambling parlor. But it happened right here in Wilmington. Full story...
»

UPDATE: Warrants issued in store clerk's murder

READ MORE:
Warrants have been issued for three men believed to be responsible for a shooting at a Tabor City convenience store Sunday night. The Tabor City Police Department says the three men will face homicide and armed robbery charges in connection to last night's shooting. Full story...
»

Two NC colleges tap student fees for Rose Parade

READ MORE:
The two North Carolina public universities whose marching bands performed in the Tournament of Roses parade on New Year's Day are using student fees to pay for what donations didn't cover. Full story...
»