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Luke Little hired as Laney football coach

There will be a new man in charge of the Laney High School football team in 2020. The school announced they have hired Luke Little to take over as the Buccaneers varsity football coach. 

Soldier, former Hoggard student from Wilmington killed in Syria

A U.S. Army soldier from Wilmington was killed yesterday in an accident in Deir ez Zor Province, Syria.

Chef Dean Neff mixes up a summer salad

Chef Dean Neff visited WWAY's Good Evening Wilmington to mix up a summer salad sure to impress at your next backyard get together, made with local shrimp.

Big Earl gets a makeover

A year ago a week long effort began to free Big Earl after the shrimping trawler ran aground on Holden Beach.

Carolina Beach restaurant raises money for UNC Charlotte hero

Last week a UNCC student took a bullet for his peers. His heroic act has left a mark on those far and wide, including in our own community.

Kerr Avenue connector road almost ready

The N.C. Department of Transportation (DOT) is about to throw drivers who use Kerr Avenue around Market Street a curve.

911 calls describe horror of shark attacks

Two teenagers are recovering today after shark attacks at Oak Island Sunday. 911 calls describe the horror from eyewitnesses.

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Town of Belville talks food trucks, Riverwalk upgrades, Mayfaire-esque town center

BELVILLE, NC (WWAY) -- At a Board of Commissioners meeting Monday night, the Town of Belville made a decision regarding the future of food trucks at town events, and town leaders gave an update on repairs to the Brunswick Riverwalk and future plans.

Free COVID-19 testing site opening in New Hanover County

Starting Tuesday there will be a new way to get tested for COVID-19 in New Hanover County for free.

Barrett confirmed as Supreme Court justice in partisan vote

Amy Coney Barrett is headed to to the Supreme Court.

North Carolina to get nearly 3.2M BinaxNOW virus tests

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says it’s sending nearly 3.2 million rapid coronavirus tests to North Carolina.