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Make Your Father’s Day Winner

videoFather's day is Sunday. To celebrate, WWAY asked you to enter your dad in our "Make Your Father's Day" contest. This is a hardworking man who is helping to raise another generation of children -- children who adore him, by the way.

Potentially toxic chemical found near power plant

videoA potentially toxic chemical was discovered near the Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant. That chemical is called tritium, a chemical by-product of nuclear reactors. But residents say they're not worried.

Beating the Odds: man recovers from car accident

videoA car accident almost killed Floyd. He couldn't move a muscle or speak a word. That was in April, before he started physical therapy at the David Health Care Center.

Pricey produce making it hard on farmers

videoOne Pender County farmer says pricey produce is making it hard for farms to survive. Pig farmer Donald Hall said, "I've been raising hogs for about 16 years. It's not a hard job, you just need to keep up with what's going on."

Coast Guard looking for suspect in bomb-threat

The Coast Guard wants your help finding who made a false bomb-threat on the Surf City Swing Bridge.

Teen found guilty of first-degree murder

videoA Brunswick County teenager will spend the rest of his life in prison. Friday morning a jury found 18-year-old Antwan Ash guilty of first-degree murder. Ash was only 16 years old when he murdered Kendrick Sparrow. The prosecutor says the most damning piece of evidence against Ash was a confession taped three days after the killing.

Fishing Tournament Raises Money, Brings Families Together

A recent competition brought families together to fish for a cause. The owners of County Line Bait and Tackle held a fishing tournament to raise money for the Lower Cape Fear Hospice.

Some resdients disappointed after Burgaw annexation public meeting

videoBurgaw Town Commissioners heard from Pender County residents tonight about the proposed annexation.

Blood drive organizers need donations

The summer usually isn't considered the time of year for giving, but the American Red Cross is hoping to change that. Blood drive organizers say their blood bank is running low and they need more people to donate.

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Former North Topsail Beach police officer accused of stealing guns from department

A former North Carolina police officer has been accused of stealing guns from the police department where he worked.

New hurricane sensor technology could come to the Cape Fear ahead of the next storm

There are just 9 weeks remaining in official hurricane season, but new sensor technology is ready if we get a late-season storm in the Cape Fear. 

At ease: Hundreds remember beloved deputy who died after COVID-19 complications

Tuesday, hundreds of law enforcement officers and residents celebrated the life of David MacAlpine, a New Hanover County Sheriff's Captain who died of COVID-19.

FEMA sends 4 paramedics to Brunswick Co. to alleviate influx of emergency calls

There's a need for first responders across the country, including in the Cape Fear region, and FEMA is sending help.