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The man suspected in a string of deadly fires has been formally charged with first degree murder in a hearing Thursday. Full story...
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It's been almost a week since the deadly fires in Carolina Beach and we are learning more about one of the victims. Mary Cochran is being remembered as an active community member and a wonderful friend. Mary has lived on Pleasure Island for 5 years. She was a member of Carolina Beach Presbyterian Church where she sang in the choir. Full story...
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In light of the season, this week's Extraordinary Person of the Week is none other than Santa Claus. WWAY's Daniel Seamans wrote a little song for the occasion. It's called 'The Santa Wrap Song' and features Mr. and Mrs. Claus who can be found right now in Wilmington. Full story...
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A federal court document shows a settlement has been reached between a family injured when they were thrown from a ride at the North Carolina State Fair and three of the four defendants named in a lawsuit. Full story...
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As it is an emotional time in Carolina Beach, many are dealing with loss of loved ones as well as cooping with the tragic situation. Tab Ballis is a psychiatrist in Wilmington who also is a volunteer with the Red Cross. Full story...
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UNCW has had their fair share of financial troubles in the athletic department. Just last year the swimming and diving program was on the chopping block, and now four track and field teams are going to be cut. Full story...
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More Leland residents are coming forward, saying a Christmas Grinch stole items off of their property. This time, however, 10-foot inflatables are the targets, not just wreaths and garland. Full story...