MLK parade (Photo: Kirsten Gutierrez/WWAY)
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Annual Martin Luther King parade draws thousands

Today, thousands of people flocked to Downtown Wilmington to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
UNCW's Chris Flemmings takes it to the hole on January 14, 2017. Photo Rodney Williams
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UNCW’s Chris Flemmings named CAA player of the week

UNCWs Chris Flemmings is just one of the reasons UNCW is off to a 6-0 start in the CAA in men's basketball.
Ethan Blevins (Photo: Hannah Patrick/WWAY)
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11-year-old selling years of medals, belts to help boy who needs kidney transplant

An 11-year-old boy from Surf City is packing up years of medals, trophies, and hard earned awards all to try to help a boy he's never met get the kidney he desperately needs.
Rowland Martin UNCW
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National Host Rowland Martin to Speak at UNCW MLK Event

TV One’s Rowland Martin will be the guest speaker at the UNCW MLK Celebration Event on Thursday.
Highway Patrol investigates scene where body of missing person found in SUV in a wooded area off HWY 74/76 on January 16, 2017 (Photo: Sarah Johnson/WWAY)
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Body of missing woman found in wrecked car on HWY 74/76 identified

The Highway Patrol is investigating after a body was found in a Subaru in a wooded area this morning
Coal Ash stored at Duke Energy's Sutton Plant in New Hanover County. (Photo: WWAY)
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Duke Energy offers $5K compensation for coal ash victims

Neighbors living near Duke Energy's unlined coal ash pits around North Carolina are being offered payment of future water bills plus a $5,000 "goodwill" payment to households concerned their water wells could be polluted with heavy metals.
Adult Male and Female Gypsy Moth (Photo: ncagr.gov/John Ghent US Forestry Services)
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Brunswick County holding meeting on destructive gypsy moth

The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services wants to hear from residents in Brunswick County concerning planned treatments for the highly destructive gypsy moth.
Thalian Hall as been welcoming acts, both big and small, for over 150 years. (Photo: Ashley Sturm/WWAY)
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Ashley’s Adventures: Thalian Hall

Thalian Hall is the heart of Wilmington.