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EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: Hear Ye, Hear Ye, local art on a Pepsi

When Pepsi, one of the biggest soft drink makers in the world, puts your art work on two million of their cans, it's a big deal. Just so happens that Wilmington artist Sarah Sheffield's art work is on two million Diet Pepsi cans.
Selena And Colby Pratt (Source: Pender County Sheriff's Office)
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SHERIFF’S OFFICE: Siblings identified, taken from bus stop, biological mom suspected

Police are looking for a pair of missing siblings.
Laney senior Tyler Moore leads the team chant at the team of the week presentation on August 31, 2016. (Photo John Rendleman/WWAY)
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Team of the Week: Laney Buccaneers

Laney is the WWAY-Farm Bureau Insurance Team of the Week. The Buccaneers defeated Rose last Friday. Check out our presentation from Buctown!
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Tropical Storm Hermine forms in the Gulf of Mexico

The National Hurricane Center continues to monitor Tropical Depression Nine in the eastern Gulf of Mexico.
A surfer surveys the ocean at Wrightsville Beach as Tropical Storm Colin passes the area on June 7, 2016. (Photo: Helen Holt/WWAY)
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Wrightsville preps for possible beach erosion

Beach towns are taking precautions for possible beach erosion as a result of the storm.In the past, beaches in the Cape Fear have seen increased erosion following hurricanes and major storms.
Wilmington's Express YMCA celebrates 1 year.
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Express YMCA celebrates 1 year

The Wilmington family YMCA is celebrating the one year anniversary of its Express Y on Kerr Avenue.
Carolina Shores October 2015 (Photo: Hannah Patrick/ WWAY)
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Carolina Shores prepares for storm after cleanup from 2015 flooding

As we continue to pay close attention to Tropical Storm Hermine, several towns along the coasts are gearing up.
Oceanfront homes on Wrightsville Beach. (Photo:Madison Morgan/ Reporter)
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Court case on beachfront property could change the face of N.C. beaches

Depending on a North Carolina Supreme Court case, beachgoers may have to change where they sit on the state's beaches.