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Charleston approves talks with CAA

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video UNC Wilmington will likely get a neighbor to the south in the near future. The board of trustees at the College of Charletson voted 12 to 5 on Friday to begin negotiations with the Colonial Athletic Association. CofC may soon be in the CAA. Full story...
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CAA baseball tourney returns to UNCW's Brooks Field

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video There's a lot of talk about building a new baseball stadium in Wilmington by 2014. One that already exists in the Port City will host a big event that same year. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - Oct. 18

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video Every year two Pop Warner football squads take the field during halftime of a Carolina Panthers game. On Sunday a team from Wilmington will be one of the elite two at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. Click play video to see Thursday's WWAY sports, which includes the Coastal Cowboys. Full story...
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Rock for the Cure supports Pink Ribbon Project

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videoThe UNCW Communication Society is rocking for a cure Friday night. The event Rock for the Cure benefits the New Hanover Regional Medial Center's Pink Ribbon Project. Full story...
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UNCW basketball returning to postseason in 2013-14

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videoThere will be no postseason play for UNCW men's basketball this season, but the Seahawks will return to tournament play next season. Full story...
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CAA announces pre-season basketball picks

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video The Colonial Athletic Association announced pre-season rankings for the upcoming men's and women's basketball seasons. Both the men's and women's teams are picked to finish in the bottom half of the conference. Full story...
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WWAY's Thursday night sports - Oct. 11

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video On Thursday night you knew we would catch up with MJ at UNCW's Trask Coliseum. Not, Michael Jordan. Instead, Magic Johnson made a special appearance in Wilmington. That's not all we had on Thursday. Check it out! Full story...
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Magic Johnson talks HIV, success to UNCW audience

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video It's not everyday that magic comes to the Port City. After months of anticipation, thousands came out to UNCW's Trask Coliseum Thursday night to hear a basketball legend speak. Full story...
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Tickets to Magic Johnson speech go quickly; still chance to win on GMC

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Tickets to hear Magic Johnson speak at UNCW went quickly this morning. But there is still a chance for you to get them. Full story...
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Parking space becomes park to raise green space awareness

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A downtown parking space was turned into a park of its own today. Park(ing) Day is an annual event that raises awareness the need for green space in cities. Full story...
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Make-A-Wish Foundation pays college freshman's tuition

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video A UNCW student is beating the odds one day at a time. Now, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, paying for his freshman year of college is one less thing to worry about. Full story...
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UNCW study says school pumps $1 billion into local economy

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video For years, University of North Carolina Wilmington has been a key part of the community in the Port City. Today the university released a new study that puts a 10-figure price tag on just how big its impact is each school year. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Magic Johnson to speak at UNCW this fall

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video As you saw FIRST ON 3 last night, basketball great Earvin "Magic" Johnson will be the first speaker at UNCW's new Wilma Daniels Distinguished Lecture Promoting Diversity & Tolerance. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Magic Johnson coming to UNCW this fall

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WWAY has learned Basketball Hall of Famer Earvin "Magic" Johnson will be a guest speaker at the University of North Carolina Wilmington this fall. Full story...
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UNCW will not have early voting

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Voters won't be able to cast ballots on the UNCW campus during this year's early voting period, despite the urging of some students and faculty, election candidates and voter advocacy groups. Full story...
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