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WWAY Hurricane Special looks back at Bertha & Fran, ahead to this season

Join Chief Meteorologist Scott Dean and meteorologists Gabrielle Deabler and Helen Holt for our 2016 Hurricane Special Wednesday at 5 p.m. on WWAY NewsChannel 3.
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Body found on Kure Beach confirmed to be missing swimmer

A body found on Kure Beach has been identified as a swimmer who went missing from Carolina Beach over the Memorial Day weekend.
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Outbursts, outfits cause delay in Nashid Porter murder trial

It was an intense start to the murder trial of Nashid Porter. This morning at the Pender County Judicial Annex pretrial motions and proceedings were held. Porter will represent himself in the courtroom for the 2012 murder of Brian Grant in Wilmington.
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15 hours ago
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Trial underway for WPD officer charged with assaulting handcuffed teen

Opening statements started Tuesday morning for the Wilmington police officer accused of using excessive force when arresting a teen.
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4 hours ago
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Wilmington Sharks win 2016 season opener

Wilmington beat Morehead City on Tuesday night in the 2016 season opener at Buck Hardee Field.
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Sherri Tynes steps down as girls basketball coach at Laney High

Sherri Tynes has decided to stop coaching basketball at Laney High School after 23 years in Buctown.
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Brunswick CC Dolphins end sensational season Tuesday at national baseball tourney

Jones Community College defeated Brunswick Community College on Tuesday in the double elimination NJCAA division two baseball tournament.
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Gov’t report: Airports need more help keeping intruders out

A new government report says that while intruders routinely breach the security fences protecting runways and planes at U.S. airports, the federal Transportation Security Administration is not helping airports keep up with the threat.
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Senior Class of 2016, party of one, your graduation is ready

Some graduating classes are humongous, some are small, and some are one of a kind. Kevin Wallevan introduces you to a senior who is Valedictorian, Homecoming Queen, Most Popular, and then some.
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Off to see the wizard? ‘Land of Oz’ theme park reopens

You'll have to take some backroads to visit this Land of Oz, but both the Yellow Brick Road and Dorothy will be waiting when you arrive.
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9 hours ago
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Senate backs even more in reserves, merit-based pay raises

Senate Republicans say their North Carolina government budget proposal puts even more money aside in reserve to soften economic downturns than the House spending plan did.
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The Latest: Legislature gives final OK to coal ash bill

The North Carolina legislature has given final approval to a bill reviving a state commission tasked two years ago with managing the cleanup of more than 30 coal ash pits. Gov. Pat McCrory already has threatened to veto the bill because of a court ruling this year.