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Driver killed in single car crash in Delco

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One man is dead after driving off the side of the road and hitting another car. Chief Steve Camlin of Acme, Delco, Reiglewood Rescue says that around 7pm a man driving westbound on Hwy.74/76 in Delco veered off the right side of the road, struck a parked car, and rolled over. Full story...
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Woman killed in DWI wreck remembered as godly and resilient

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videoOur mom was the most amazing woman and was taken from us so tragically and so unfairly. She was a wonderful and godly woman who put everyone else first in her life and found happiness in their joy. Full story...
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R.C. Soles Jr. to be honored by Brunswick Co. Dems

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Former state Sen. R.C. Soles Jr. will be honored Thursday by the Brunswick County Democratic Party, according to a press release from Ouida Hewett. Full story...
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NOAA Slightly Ups its Hurricane Season Forecast

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NOAA now forecasts 12-17 named storms for the 2012 season, with 6-8 becoming hurricanes. So far, 6 named storms have formed in the Atlantic. Full story...
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Whiteville & Wilmington both win first round baseball games at state tourney

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Whiteville Post 137 and Wilmington Post 10 both have aspirations of a baseball state title. Whiteville Post 137 advances to day two with an impressive victory in the double elimination tournament. Wilmington Post 10 also ended up a big winner on Wednesday. Full story...
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WWAY's Sunday night sports - June 24: Cari Blalock preps for Olympic Trials & more

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videoOn Sunday night we featured the final night of the District 9 Dixie Youth Softball Tournament from Brunswick County. We also showcased former New Hanover Wildcat Cari Blalock. The UNC Tar Heel is just one day away from competing in the US Olympic Swimming Trials in Nebraska. Full story...
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Nathan Faulk named Laney basketball coach

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Pending school board approval Nathan Faulk will take over the boys basketball program at Laney High School. Faulk replaces veteran coach Fred Lynch who will remain at the school as the athletics director. Full story...
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