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TONIGHT ON WWAY: ‘The Year with Katie Couric’

From the Presidential Election and Superstorm Sandy to the horror of mass shootings and the spectacle of the Olympics, Katie Couric takes a look at the stories that made headlines this year, including interviews with the biggest stars and newsmakers of the year. Don't miss "The Year with Katie Couric" TONIGHT at 9:30 on ABC and WWAY NewsChannel 3.

Rock in 2012 with WWAY and ABC

As 2011 winds down, ring in the new year with WWAY and ABC by celebrating the 40th anniversary of "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" and look back at the top stories in news, weather in sports in the Cape Fear.

Year in Review: 2009

video The ongoing saga involving State Sen. R.C. Soles was just many big stories that made news in the Cape Fear Region in 2009. Here's a look back at some of the biggest.

2008 Year in Review: Part 2

videoLast week we took a look back at the first half of 2008 in southeastern North Carolina. Wednesday, we end the year with the second half of our Year in Review.

2008 Year in Review: Part 1

videoA lot happened in 2008 here in southeastern North Carolina. As we count down to 2009, we begin a look back at the year that was.

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