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THE RANT: June 21, 2012

Wilmington City Council is less than impressed by a proposed lease from Mandalay baseball and the Atlanta Braves for a proposed ballpark. WWAY's Kevin Wuzzardo has more in tonight's edition of the rant.

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The Rant: June 11, 2012

Forced annexation is dead in North Carolina. It's the end of a long and costly battle.

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The Rant: June 4, 2012

The debate continues to rage over whether Wilmington should get in to the ballpark business. As we told you last week, there's concern about how a petition blocking taxpayer-funding of a stadium may affect other teams in the Port City. WWAY's Kevin Wuzzardo has more in tonight's edition of THE RANT.

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The Rant: May 22, 2012

How could a father be denied custody of his own child? That's the big question raised in a WWAY special report last night.Many of you have been sounding off about it on our website.

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The Rant: May 22, 2012

How could a father be denied custody of his own child? That's the big question raised in a WWAY special report last night.Many of you have been sounding off about it on our website.

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THE RANT: Perdue proving to be lamest duck

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video There are few greater signs of failure in politics then a term-limited incumbent choosing not to run for reelection. Gov. Bev Perdue can say she chose not to run again so she could spend her final year in office fighting for education, but there's little doubt that she chose to pass on a run for a second term to avoid what many expected to be a potentially embarrassing loss in November. But the way things are going, she'll be hard pressed to avoid embarrassment in general. Full story...
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THE RANT: When did Mandalay Baseball start running the City of Wilmington?

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First, let me be absolutely clear, the WWAY NewsChannel 3 Newsroom is neither pro nor anti baseball or ballpark. It's our ultimate goal to just cover the story as it progresses and keep Cape Fear residents, as well as the taxpayers of Wilmington, informed. However, it's also our job to ask tough questions of our leaders and last night's city council meeting left me with a list of them. Full story...
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The Rant: February 21, 2012

The removal of Charles Warren from the Social Services Board in Brunswick County has many off you sounding off.

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