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Wake County sheriff's deputies shoot, kill man

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Sheriff's deputies in North Carolina shot and killed an armed man after an early morning standoff at a mobile home. Full story...
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Crews and volunteers continue to excavate Fort Anderson

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Inside Brunswick Town, a place that used to be a bustling colonial port town, lies the remains of an old battery. Archaeologists are trying to uncover pieces from the 1800’s, when this spot was a fort constructed by the Confederates. Full story...
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Could placing a tax on sugared beverages help fight obesity?

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What is the best way to fight obesity? Some public health experts claim a large tax on sugared beverages may be the single most effective way to get Americans to cut calories. Full story...
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High school students see dangers of driving first hand

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videoStudents at East Columbus High School got a reality check from a staged traffic fatality Wednesday afternoon. Full story...
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Clean up crew tries to get Laney a passing grade

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videoThe laundry list of things to clean at Laney High School is long. When it comes to cleanliness, the New Hanover County Health Department basically gave Laney a "C". Full story...
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Shallotte, past and present

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videoWe visited with students from Shallotte Middle School who are sharing stories about the town’s history. Hannah Stocks gives a look at Shallotte, past and present. Please click video for Hannah’s report. Full story...
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Sex ed choices could be available for parents

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State lawmakers want to give parents more input in the classroom when it comes to sex education. A bill making its way through the state legislature would give parents the option of their children learning about sex beyond the current abstinence-only curriculum. Full story...
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Columbus County has new ideas on how to draw visitors to NC

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North Carolina's beautiful beaches and mountains draw millions to the state every year. Columbus County has come up with something else, in hopes of drawing a crowd. Full story...
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Three elementary schools to implement uniforms in 2010

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videoIt's uniform time for students at three Brunswick County elementary schools, but two of them didn't exactly see it coming. Full story...
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OSHA investigates Leland Police Department

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The State Occupational Safety and Health Administration has opened an investigation into the Leland Police Department. Full story...
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Eastbound and Down to continue

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HBO gave the green light to a second season for comedy series Eastbound and Down. The first season of the series about Kenny Powers, a washed-up loud-mouthed baseball pitcher, was shot here in Wilmington. Full story...
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WPD looking for surfboard pawners

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The Wilmington Police Department needs your help tracking down two people who tried to pawn a stolen surfboard. Several surfboards were reported missing from a house on March 6th and March 16th. Police said a man and woman tried to sell one of them at College Road Pawn. Full story...
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Senator Hagan speaks with Steve Rondinaro

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During her visit to Wilmington this week, US Senator Kay Hagan stopped by our studios. WWAY's Steve Rondinaro asked her about that in a wide ranging interview. You can view the complete interview here. Full story...
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Get your business found easily on the web

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videoEver wonder why certain websites pop up at the top of a Google search? It's no accident. There are a few ways a business can get to the top of a search list. Full story...
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Eve Carson case murder trial to start in November

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A man charged in the death of the slain student body president at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will go to trial on federal charges in November. Full story...
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