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WWAY wins five AP Broadcast News Awards

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video WWAY has won five North Carolina Associated Press Broadcast News Awards. Chief Meteorologist Jerry Jackson led the way with two, including BEST WEATHER in North Carolina. Full story...
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Social shaggers and seasoned pros dance off in Shag Contest

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Hear the beat and move your feet to the sounds of shagging. Full story...
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Coins and bills showcase history

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Calling all coin collectors. If you love to buy, sell, trade or just look at history in the form of money, the Azalea Festival Coin Show is for you. Full story...
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Home Tour gives people a chance to peek inside history

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Wilmington is rich with history, and much of it in the form of homes downtown. Full story...
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Tradition rolls on with the Azalea Festival Parade

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The parade has come and gone, but the Azalea Festival tradition rolls on as some folks are already looking forward to next year's spectacle. Full story...
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Meet Chris, Cacky, Jerry & George this weekend at the Azalea Festival Street Fair!

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Come meet the new WWAY NewsChannel 3 anchor team this weekend during the Azalea Festival Street Fair. Our booth will be on Water Street near the Coast Guard Cutter Diligence parking lot. Full story...
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Investigators looking for info on driver accused of hitting, killing cyclists

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video Five days after a father and son were hit and killed while riding their bikes up River Road, investigators need your help. The District Attorney, New Hanover County Sheriff's Office and Highway Patrol say they are trying to find anyone who may have seen Thomas Howard Grooms Jr. driving his vehicle before the accident that killed David and Trey Doolittle. Full story...
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Street Fair and Avett Brothers kick off weekend Azalea festivities

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video Azalea Festival is in full swing now, and Friday night's festivities certainly didn't disappoint. The long awaited blue grass band The Avett Brothers, performed at Trask Coliseum and the Azalea Festival Street Fair began in downtown Wilmington. Full story...
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5:00 Healthwatch: April 8, 2011

An estimated 30 to 50 million American adults are lactose intolerant. That's when the body can't properly digest milk and milk products. Here with more on the chronic condition, and tips on how to cope with it, is Ninette Sosa for tonight's Health Watch.

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If government shuts down, you still have to file taxes

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video With a federal government shutdown looming, many are wondering how that will affect the Cape Fear area. Full story...
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