Steven Edward MacNulty
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Police accuse man of racing, crashing on Cape Fear Memorial Bridge

Wilmington Police have arrested and charged a man for allegedly street racing and crashing on the Cape Fear Memorial Bridge.
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Leland warns of possible smoky conditions due to large burns

In the next few days and possibly weeks, construction sites will be doing large burns in Leland.
Someone broke into and vandalized Laney field house (Photo: New Hanover County Schools)
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Investigation underway after break-in and vandalism at Laney High School

Vandals broke into Laney High School's field house over the weekend and left a lot of damage behind.
Tianna Buie
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Teacher of the Week: Tianna Buie

Tianna Buie is an inspiration to all her students at West Brunswick High School, but for one in particular she means the world. Her student Katie says "Ms. Buie means the world to me." Ms. Buie says: "I don't do this for any kind of accolade. It's just what I do. To hear feedback from a student that I mean so much to is just overwhelming."
Madison Baylee Cheshire (Photo: Vinelink)
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Bladenboro police arrest woman accused of string of break-ins

A 20-year-old woman is out of jail after being arrested and charged with a string of break-ins.
Hoggard's Greg Blanks attempts a layup on January 17, 2017. Photo Rodney Williams
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Hoggard boys, New Hanover girls win on rivalry night

In Wilmington there's nothing like the New Hanover-Hoggard rivalry. Tuesday was the first installation of Hoggard-New Hanover basketball this season. Check out our game action!
Council approves funding for Riverfront construction (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
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Council approves construction on part of riverfront

The Wilmington City Council unanimously approved funding for a construction contract on part of the riverfront.
City Hall approved for further repair (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
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Council approves $537K for City Hall repairs

During Wilmington's City Council meeting Tuesday night, additional funds were approved for further repairs needed at City Hall.