Daniel Seamans and Randy Aldridge (Photo: WWAY)
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Daniel Seamans leaving WWAY anchor desk; Randy Aldridge moving to evenings

As 2017 winds down, so does a special era at WWAY. At the end of the year, Daniel Seamans will sign off as the station's evening anchor with a long-time colleague taking over his role.
2 days ago
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BY THE NUMBERS: How much has GenX cost water providers so far?

It's been more than six months since we learned about GenX in the Cape Fear River. As time goes on the costs of dealing with the compound continue to mount for area water providers.
3 days ago
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Elevated levels of GenX found in 30 more private wells

The state has ordered Chemours to provide bottled water to 30 more well owners near the company’s Fayetteville Works facility after the latest results from the company’s expanded private well sampling showed concentrations of GenX above the state’s provisional health goal.
3 days ago
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Several arrested on drug and money laundering charges

Seven people are behind bars and another person is still being sought in a federal drug trafficking and money laundering investigation in Columbus County.
4 days ago
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Whiteville Police: Late night fatal shooting was in retaliation to another

Officials are investigating after one man is dead and another is injured from a shooting in Whiteville.
5 days ago
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WWAY Roof Rescue: Winner’s prayers answered

A Whiteville family hopes for a happier 2018 after a rough run that goes back to Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.
5 days ago
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Man injured in fire near Tabor City

A mobile home fire near the border of South Carolina and North Carolina sent one man to the hospital, according to Horry County Fire Rescue.
6 days ago
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Controlled burn in downtown Whiteville to help clear way for new City hall

Whiteville Fire tells us the fire was meant to clear the land for construction of the new city hall.
1 week ago
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Man sentenced to life in 2013 Columbus County murder

A man will spend life in prison for a 2013 shooting outside of Tabor City that left one man dead and sent another to the hospital.
1 week ago
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Whiteville receives grant to replace items damaged in Matthew

The City of Whiteville will be able to replace several items including three police cars that were damaged during Hurricane Matthew last October.