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Rumor has it...wrong

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video There are approximately 2,000 homeless individuals in the Cape Fear area. One rumor is that the majority is bussed here from South Carolina. Full story...
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New way to patrol

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They ride in cars and on horses, and now, you'll see ten New Hanover County Sheriff's Deputies on bicycles. Full story...
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Feed the meter; change a life

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There are lots of parking meters downtown. But only a few take your pocket change to change the lives of others. Full story...
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Butts on Wrightsville Beach

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video 20 minutes. That’s all the time it takes Danielle Richardet and her daughter to collect 526 cigarette butts from Wrightsville Beach bringing their 21 day total of butts collected from the shore to 9,253. Full story...
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JUST IN: Coty Inc. to close Rocky Point plant in 2011

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Coty, Inc. has announced that it will end production at its manufacturing plant in Rocky Point, N.C. by the summer of 2011. The decision to close Rocky Point manufacturing was originally announced in May, 2009. Full story...
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Frost Advisory in effect Saturday Morning

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A FROST ADVISORY is in effect for New Hanover and Brunswick Counties from 3 AM to 8 AM Saturday. Full story...
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Recount confirms Ellmers victory over Etheridge

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State Board of Elections director Gary Bartlett said Friday that a recount in the 2nd Congressional District has found that Ellmers defeated Democratic Rep. Bob Etheridge by about 1,500 votes. Full story...
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CFPUA's delayed billing cycle makes it impossible for disabled vet to pay bills

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video It's been a never ending battle with the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority for one disabled veteran. Talmadge Pearce is just one of many people in New Hanover County, who do without water because of billing problems by the water monopoly. Full story...
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Chris Phillips returns to WWAY NewsChannel 3

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video It's not very often that we as News Directors get to announce happy news about homecomings. But today I do. Chris Phillips, former Chief Meteorologist here at WWAY, is rejoining our team! Full story...
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Police investigate break-in, vandalism at Soles's home

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video Tabor City Police responded to three calls last night at or near Sen. R.C. Soles's home. Full story...
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