Connor Barth lines up a kick at practice on July 28, 2016. Photo WGNO
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Our first Connor Barth sighting as the kicker for the New Orleans Saints

We caught a glimpse of Wilmington native Connor Barth kicking on the first day of training camp for the New Orleans Saints.
Chris Graham, a North Brunswick grad, knocked in the tying run on July 28, 2016. Photo John Rendleman/WWAY
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Wilmington Sharks move into first place!

How about those first place Wilmington Sharks! They fell behind early, but we were there when the Sharks rallied for the win on Thursday night.
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NC tourism leaders file brief defending public’s right to use NC’s beaches

A private lawsuit could threaten North Carolina beach tourism, at least that's what a pair of tourism organizations said.
Mackenzie Gore struck out 8 batters on April 29, 2016 in Whiteville. (Photo John Rendleman/WWAY)
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Busy summer on the mound for Whiteville’s MacKenzie Gore

MacKenzie Gore is a rising senior at Whiteville High School. We recently had a chance to talk with Wolfpack head coach baseball coach Brett Harwood about Gore's schedule which has him pitching from New York to San Diego.
Make-a-Wish throws a wish granting party for a local teen (Photo: Sarah Johnson/WWAY)
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Local teen gets Make-a-Wish trip

A local teen and his family are going to Disney World thanks to Make-a-Wish.
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WHAT’S HAPPENING: July 29-31

Calling all aspiring comedians in town! Explorers unite! This weekend there are all kinds of family friendly events in sight!
Trisha Anderson Rogers (Photo: New Hanover County Jail)
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Middle school student teacher arrested for sex charges involving student

A New Hanover County teacher is facing charges of soliciting a minor for sex via cell phone.
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Adopt a Cop program reaches more that 1,100 officers in Cape Fear

A project that started out in Concord, North Carolina has made it's way to the Cape Fear.