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110 points more than enough for another UNCW win

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The UNCW men's basketball team scored 64 points in the second half against VMI on Saturday night. The shots were clearly falling for UNCW as the Seahawks improve to 2-1 on the season under new head coach Kevin Keatts. UNCW beat VMI 110-93. On a related note you can catch the Kevin Keatts Show on WWAY TV on Sunday morning at 11:30. See what the key to the early start is for UNCW. Full story...
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Brewing industry boom sparks a new business idea

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Breweries have been growing over the last few years all over the Wilmington area, but one new business will be able to connect all the dots. A tour that will take you behind the scenes of the brewing industry here in the Port City. You start and end this 4 hour tour in downtown Wilmington Full story...
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WWAY's 5th Quarter - November 21

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videoRound two for the state football playoffs is now over. Check out WWAY's 5th Quarter from Friday night. We have game highlights from all around the region, plus scores and third round matchups for the state playoffs next week. Full story...
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Victims of violent crimes remembered at candlelight memorial

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video It was a solemn Friday for some in the Cape Fear. Two years ago a Carolina Beach man was shot and killed during an argument. Full story...
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NC House Republicans have choice of 6 for speaker

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Republican candidates to succeed Thom Tillis as North Carolina House speaker are walking the fine line between praising his four years leading the chamber and critiquing his tenure to promote their independence. There are six announced candidates heading into Saturday's meeting of the House Republican Caucus in Asheboro. The lawmaker they choose will almost certainly become speaker when the full House meets in January for the formal elections. That's because the GOP holds 74 of the chamber's 120 seats. Full story...
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2nd NC child dies from flu complications

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State health officials say a second child in North Carolina has died of complications from the flu. The state Department of Health and Human Services reported the death on its website Friday. While neither the child's age nor identity have been released, the website reports the victim was between 5 and 17 years old and died last week. Full story...
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UNC-CH billed $3M for probe finding fake classes

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North Carolina's flagship public university is being billed more than $3 million for the probe by outside attorneys that detailed a nearly two-decade-long scheme that used fake grades to keep some athletes eligible. Full story...
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Two suspects identified in Kangaroo Express armed robbery

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video Officials with the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office have identified two suspects in connection with an October armed robbery of a gas station. Full story...
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Group wants gun policy changed at Harris Teeter

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video Grocery store chain Kroger is getting a push from a group of mothers to ban guns from its stores, including Harris Teeter locations. Full story...
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Immigrant family, attorney react to Pres. Obama's announcement

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video In a prime-time address Thursday, President Barack Obama announced through an Executive Order changes to immigration policy in the United States. The changes could make it easier to get a work permit to live in the country legally, as long as that person fits a certain criteria. Full story...
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WPD: Bank robber in custody

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video Wilmington Police say the man accused of robbing a BB&T in October has been arrested. Full story...
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Outside review of Lennon Lacy death investigation released

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video The NC NAACP released the findings of an outside review of how Lennon Lacy's death investigation was handled. The Bladen County teenager was found dead, hanging from a swing set, in late August. His death was ruled a suicide. The new report questions the investigation from the very start. Full story...
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Riverfront Park work to start after Azalea Festival

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video Work planned at and around Riverfront Park in Wilmington will not start until after next spring's Azalea Festival, the city says. Full story...
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October jobless rate in NC drops to 6.3 percent

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video North Carolina's unemployment rate keeps falling. The state Commerce Department reported Friday that the jobless rate in October dropped to 6.3 percent, down from 6.7 percent in September. Full story...
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Zapple confirmed as winner in New Hanover Co. Commission after recount

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The results of the November election of New Hanover County Commission stands following a recount Thursday. Full story...
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