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The Early Risers of WWAY

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videoWWAY did not have to look far to find a subject for this week's Early Risers segment. The crew responsible for getting Good Morning Carolina on the air everyday gets up earlier than most. In fact, some have backward schedules. Full story...
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Kids cast their presidential ballots

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It was a busy day at the polls for some young voters. Full story...
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Anime festival hitting town this week

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It is a big week for local anime fans. Aniwave is holding its second annual Anime Festival. Full story...
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New Hanover and Brunswick County beaches getting federal funding

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Some New Hanover and Brunswick County beaches are getting federal funding to help combat erosion. The counties will get a total of nine million federal dollars to re-nourish their beaches.

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A look at the race for Brunswick County 17th State House District

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videoElection Day is one week away if you have not already voted. Tuesday WWAY takes a look at the race to represent Brunswick County in the 17th State House District. Full story...
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Public forum Tuesday night to discuss Market Street congestion

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Market Street is one of the most congested roads in New Hanover County. Tuesday city and state officials want to get your feedback on what can be done to improve the road. Full story...
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Protesters out Monday night for cement plant's last forum

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There was a large turnout for the last information session Monday night on plans for a cement plant in Castle Hayne. But the crowd was heavily divided between supporters and opponents. Full story...
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German cruise ship visits Wilmington's port

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videoArea businesses got a little economic boost today. German passengers on the Aida Aura cruise ship made their way to the Port of Wilmington. Full story...
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New Hanover County schools cutting budget

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As reported last week, the tight economy has forced New Hanover County to tighten its budget by four million dollars. In order to do that, school funding is being cut by a half percent, which is just about $360,000. Full story...
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Cyclists want to raise bike safety awareness

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videoThe death of two cyclists in as many months has a local organization taking action. Full story...
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