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K38 Baja Grill closing for renovations

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video K38 Baja Grill will be closing their Oleander Dr. location for two months beginning Jan. 8 for renovations. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue issues Pardon of Innocence for Wilmington 10

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video Outgoing North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue has issued pardons to the Wilmington 10, a group wrongly convicted in a notorious Civil Rights-era prosecution. Full story...
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EXPLORE WITH GEORGE: The Cape Fear Museum

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videoWWAY's George Elliot stopped by the Cape Fear Museum to check out their exhibit "Shopping Around Wilmington," and to see what else they have coming up. Full story...
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Candlelight vigil for Alma Lawson brings hope to community

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videoThe CUE Center for Missing Persons held a candlelight vigil at St. Phillips church in Wilmington this weekend in honor of Alma Lawson, 83-years-old, who has been missing since November 4th. Full story...
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Wave adding new route to Leland in February

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video Folks traveling to Leland will soon have a new bus route to take. Wave transit has announced the new Brunswick County Connector will go into effect February 4. Full story...
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3rd Street paving complete

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video The paving of North 3rd Street is finally over. Now that the paving is complete, crews are finishing the installation of decorative crosswalks, pavement markings and the removal of old utility poles. Full story...
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WPD: Murder victim in wrong place at wrong time

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The community is in shock after a Cape Fear Community College student was shot and killed leaving work last night in downtown Wilmington. At this point, police say details surrounding the murder are cloudy. Full story...
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CFA student's anti-bully music video goes viral

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A Wilmington student's anti-bullying music video has reached over 1 million views on YouTube. Full story...
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City pulls student film's permit after questions about nudity

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videoThe City of Wilmington has revoked a film permit from a group of UNCW students, saying the shoot would be too racy for the city streets. Now the students are left wondering how the city decides how far is too far. Full story...
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