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Crews still searching for missing swimmer at Wrightsville Beach

Crews are still searching for a swimmer who went missing at Wrightsville Beach.
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Wilmington man sentenced to prison on heroin trafficking charges

A Wilmington man was sentenced to a minimum of almost six years in prison this week after pleading guilty to heroin trafficking.
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Hampstead man sentenced to prison in burglaries

A Hampstead man was sentenced this week to a a minimum of almost five years in prison after pleading guilty to multiple burglary charges.
Josiah Brown shows off his smile for WWAY in July of 2015.  Photo John Rendleman/WWAY
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He’s no longer 4; Josiah Brown still turning heads in hoops tonight on WWAY

In 2014 we featured Josiah Brown and his basketball skills. WWAY's story ended up going viral. We checked in with Josiah again last summer. We're doing it again tonight!
Mary Diemer shows us the shovel she used to scare off the dog. Photo By: Alexa Block/WWAY
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Leland woman fights off neighbor’s dog attacking cat in her yard

She said she fought the dog off with a plastic gardening shovel but her cat Lupe was already dead.
Sharky the mascot has fun with Zoe Sorlien and Clark Cota on July 26, 2016. Photo John Rendleman/WWAY
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Wilmington Sharks pull within a half game of first place

This just be the year of the Shark. It's certainly looking that way for the Wilmington Sharks.
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Swimmer missing in Wrightsville Beach

The Coast Guard and Wrightsville Beach Ocean Rescue spent the evening searching for a swimmer who went missing in Wrigthsville Beach.
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New blood drives announced during critical shortage

The American Red Cross says donations are being sent to hospitals faster than they are coming in and thus the critical blood shortage still exists.