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UNCW homecoming parade canceled

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All other homecoming events will continue as scheduled. Full story...
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Search for killer continues one year later

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Today marks one year since 22-year-old Corey Vann was found shot to death on River Road in New Hanover County. Full story...
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Unemployment rises again in Wilmington area

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The unemployment rate is up again in our five-county metropolitan area. It moved form 10.2 percent in November to 10.6 percent in December according to the Employment Security Commission. Full story...
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Accident victim's dogs located after WWAY story

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The stranger who had another woman's dogs saw our newscast, and helped bring the owner and pets back together. Full story...
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December unemployment rates up

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Unemployment rates increased in 86 of North Carolina’s 100 counties in December, according to statistics released today by the state’s Employment Security Commission. Full story...
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Nelson cancels concert; band members face drug, alcohol charges

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Last night's Willie Nelson concert in Duplin County was cancelled at the last minute. Word was that Willie wasn't feeling up to it. Full story...
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Pantano back on public stage as Congressional candidate

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Ilario Pantano served in three wars, and in 2004 shot two men in Iraq. He was accused of murder, but all charges against him were dropped a year later. Now a New Hanover County Sheriff's deputy, he wants to serve Southeastern North Carolina in Congress. Full story...
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DSS explains assisted living facility investigations

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After an investigation revealed a series of violations at GlenCare assisted living facility, the Department of Social Services has shed some light on its adult care monitoring process. Full story...
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Colleges respond to President's challenges

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With so jobs at a premium, higher education is more important than ever. But many Americans are trying to figure out how to pay for college. In last night's State of the Union, President Obama put an emphasis on bringing those costs down. Full story...
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Medical teams leave Wilmington for Haiti

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video Suitcases were packed full of water and medical supplies. The group will work about 80 miles north of Port-au-Prince. Full story...
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