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Monday, June 14, 2021


WWAY wins five AP Awards

WWAY won five North Carolina Associated Press Radio and Television Awards for its news coverage in 2009, including an Honorable Mention for Best Newscast.

Two from WWAY family win award from NC Animal Rabies Control Association

Congratulations are in order for two members of the WWAY family. Marcy Cuevas and John Rendleman have received a media of the year award. The award is from the North Carolina Animal Rabies Control Association.

WWAY goes Retro starting June 15th

videoWWAY is going back to the good ole' days. Come Monday, we are bringing you an entirely new television station called RTV 3.2.

WWAY honored by Associated Press

The WWAY news organization was one of the top winners at the North Carolina Associated Press Broadcast Awards. WWAY won five awards in television for division two. Competitors include Greenville, and New Bern.

The Early Risers of WWAY

videoWWAY did not have to look far to find a subject for this week's Early Risers segment. The crew responsible for getting Good Morning Carolina on the air everyday gets up earlier than most. In fact, some have backward schedules.

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Wrightsville Beach firefighters raising money for training center in honor of Jeremy Owens

Wrightsville Beach Volunteer Firefighters are raising money to honor a member of the team who died in November.

Southport Howe Street project entering final stages of road construction

Road construction is still ongoing along Howe Street in Southport, six months after the sewer line replacement project began. 

Vaccinated visitors soon can take off masks at Disney World

It will soon be a lot easier to see smiles again at Walt Disney World in Florida. Starting Tuesday, face masks will be optional for theme park visitors who are vaccinated.