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Archive - Feb 13, 2014

Cancelled flights ruin a Marine’s wedding day

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video Thursday offered a bit of relief for travelers who have been stranded for days, but not for a Marine trying to get home to his bride to be. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - Feb. 13; Another double digit win for Seahawks

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videoThe Seahawks are on a roll. Buzz Peterson's basketball squad won again on Thursday. That's two wins in a row just three days after ending a school record losing streak. The college baseball season will start on Friday in Wilmington. VMI, Kentucky, UNCW and #1 ranked Virginia should all have decent weather for three days at Brooks Field. Plus more! Full story...
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Animals also suffering after latest winter storm

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videoThe ice storm is finally over, and as Wilmington and surrounding areas thaw out, so do the wild animals. Snapped branches, fallen tree limbs and leaves are more than just debris. They are homes to many. Full story...
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Rocky Point man killed by tree limb while helping friend in storm

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videoWhile most of us see this winter storm as an inconvenience, it cost one man in Pender County his life. Darrell Huffman was crushed under the weight of a frozen tree limb yesterday in rocky point. Full story...
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Parents try to find ways to treat children's cabin fever

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video Many of you probably have been battling cabin fever after our second winter storm in three weeks, especially the kids. With schools out for another day, many parents are trying to find ways to entertain them. Full story...
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STORMTRACK 3: Winter storm leaves behind power outages, dangerous roads

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videoSnow and ice accumulations caused problems in southeastern NC. Full story...
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Indicted Southport officer suspended without pay

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videoA Southport police officer charged with voluntary manslaughter in the death of a Boiling Spring Lakes teen will not be getting a paycheck as he waits for his case to be heard. Full story...
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'Secrets & Lies' Casting Call

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video If you would like to be a part of the cast for "Secrets & Lies," the show is searching for extras. Full story...
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LIGHTS OUT: Could be days before all have power back

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videoCold and powerless. That's the situation in thousands of homes around our area, as families wonder when will their lights come back on. Duke Energy Progress says southeastern North Carolina was one of the hardest hit places. Full story...
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Flight cancellations starting to thaw at ILM

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videoWith Valentine's Day around the corner, this is usually a busy week at ILM as travelers come in and out to see their loved ones, but that has not been so easy since the winter weather hit. ILM has had 25 outgoing flights cancelled since the ice hit Tuesday. Full story...
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Clean-up underway as thousands remain without power

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videoThousands of people remain without power in our area as crews continue to clean up from the latest blast of winter weather. Full story...
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CFCC celebrates 'I Love Piano Day'

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videoAfter all the stress of a winter storm, the calming sound of music filled Cape Fear Community College's Union Station today. The school marked "I Love Piano Day" to celebrate its new Steinway grand piano. Full story...
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Changes & postponements for local sports

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Due to the severe weather several local athletic events will be shifted until later this week. We've updated the posted changes for high school hoops and college basketball as well. This includes a postponement involving the UNCW men's basketball team and Duke-UNC. Full story...
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Tow trucks, drivers idle to honor one of their own

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videoTow trucks have been busy this week dealing with icy roads, but today drivers stopped to honor one of their own. Full story...
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Family of late Wilmington 10 members seek NC money

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videoThe families of late members of the wrongly convicted group known as the Wilmington 10 say they should be treated like the surviving members and receive payments from North Carolina because their relatives were imprisoned in the 1970s. Full story...
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