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EXPLORE WITH GEORGE: The end of summer forecast

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video WWAY's George Elliot looks at what we could see and feel as we go into the end of the summer season. Full story...
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US appeals panel reverses Outer Banks bridge work

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A unanimous federal appeals court panel is overturning North Carolina's plans to save money by simply replacing a crucial Outer Banks bridge while chunks of the island where traffic passes is threatened by rising waves. Full story...
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Wilmington City Council votes to allow mosque

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videoThe Wilmington City Council unanimously voted to allow a Mosque at 17th and Rankin Streets Tuesday night. Full story...
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Wilmington woman jazzercising her way to the top

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video Wilmington resident Terry Noe recently completed her 30th year as a Certified Jazzercise Instructor and taught her class Saturday with a routine using a song from each of the 30 years. Full story...
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Lots to do and see at the 50+ Coastal Lifestyles Expo

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videoIt was a day of celebrating life after 50 at the Wilmington Convention Center. The 50 plus coastal lifestyles expo featured free seminars, health screenings, giveaways, and plenty of vendors including WWAY. Full story...
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Volleyball tournament raised money for charity

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video The Port City Ruritan's held their 6th Annual Volleyball Tournament Saturday. Full story...
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The 12th Annual Kid's Triathlon was another success

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video The YMCA held their 12th Annual Kid's Triathlon Saturday morning which was yet again another success. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Damaged road fixed after report

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videoWe told you last night about Trucking Lane in Brunswick county that was damaged by Duke Energy. As promised, Duke Energy sent out contractors Thursday to fix the road. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: On the road to results

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videoA Brunswick county road, one neighborhood's access to the outside world, could be in danger of washing away. A WWAY viewer sent us a message on Facebook asking for our help. Jean Sidbury says Duke Energy Progress did some tree trimming in her area a few weeks ago. She says their heavy equipment did some serious damage. Full story...
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NHRMC new Heart Center hosts grand opening

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videoNew Hanover Regional Medical Center invites the public to a grand opening event for the new NHRMC Heart Center Outpatient services building building Thursday, July 24th from 2-4pm. There will be tours of the facility, live music, heart-healthy cooking demonstrations, exercise tips and a free service for the first 25 folks in the door. Full story...
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CFPUA project could cost residents thousands

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videoNew Hanover County and Cape Fear Public Utility Authority are installing new sewer and water lines in the Heritage Park Area. Connection to the lines is mandatory and residents must hire their own plumber. Folks living in the area are speaking out and they're not happy. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. courthouse affected by statewide shortage

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videoA shortage of court reporters is creating some issues for courtrooms across the state. Because of that shortage, the Brunswick County courthouse had to push back the trial date for former Northwest police officer Michael Hayes. Full story...
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SURPRISE SQUAD UPDATE: Community inspired to lend a hand in Carolina Beach

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videoThe Surprise Squad made a trip out to Pleasure Island yesterday to help pay water bills. While we were there, we found one of the most emotional stories so far: A Carolina Beach woman in need, and tonight, she is getting help from you our viewers. Full story...
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Sneak Peek at new Cape Fear Community College Humanities and Fine Arts Center

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videoRising on Third Street in downtown Wilmington is the new Cape Fear Community College Humanities and Fine Arts Center. When complete it will seat between 1500 and 1600 people and bring world class performances and concerts to the Cape Fear region. New Director Shane Fernando gives us a sneak peek as the building takes shape and says the building should be open in the spring or early summer of 2015. Full story...
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Wilmington mosque one step closer to reality

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videoA vacant building on 16th and Rankin streets in Wilmington is one step closer to being turned into a new mosque. The property got conditional special use approval at a Wilmington planning commission meeting tonight. Full story...
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