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Black History Month Cape Fear Stories: Caterina Jarboro

Born in April 1898 on Church Street in Wilmington, Catherine Yarborough always knew she wanted to sing.
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Vigil planned for man missing 1 week, Silver Alert continues

Friends are planning a vigil this weekend for a man missing for a week.

Battleship receives $10K donation for ongoing cofferdam project

The USS North Carolina got a big boost to help construct the cofferdam which is now under construction around the famed battleship.

Canines for Service gets $30K grant from Petco Foundation

A service dog group from Wilmington is getting a big boost from Petco for it's efforts helping veterans.

Former Good Morning Carolina Anchor Sarah Murphy now cancer free and a new mom!

Sarah Murphy brightened mornings for WWAY as anchor of Good Morning Carolina.  In 2015, however, a cancer diagnosis forced her to leave the Cape Fear to be closer to family during treatment.  Now, however, she is cancer free and a new mom!

Wilmington man wins statewide wildlife photo contest

A Wilmington man who used a drone to take an aerial view of the salt marsh in New Hanover County has won this year's Wildlife in North Carolina photo competition.

Workshop to discuss Navassa Superfund site this weekend

The process of cleaning up the Kerr-McGee Superfund Site in Navassa has been in the works for years.

Teacher of the Week: Kristen Allen

Kristen Allen wants nothing more than to see the smile on children's faces every at Douglass Academy in Wilmington. She says "those faces, those hugs are changing the world."  Being a teacher is something she uses to make the world a better place.

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