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Community uses Christmas trees to rebuild dunes at Carolina Beach

Christmas trees were placed in the sand and partially covered to help rebuild the dunes along the oceanfront in Carolina Beach.

Man found shot to death in front yard of North Carolina home

Police in North Carolina say a man was shot and killed in the front yard of his home.

Bank says executive is gone; no comment on harassment probe

Bank of America has confirmed that a high-profile senior executive has left the company, but it would not comment on reports of an internal investigation into sexual harassment allegations.

‘Greatest Showman’ film stirs new interest in PT Barnum

The Hollywood film on the life of the founder of the Barnum & Bailey circus is stirring new interest in the man, P.T. Barnum, who besides his turn as a master showman was a state legislator, philanthropist and mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Missouri governor: ‘no blackmail,’ ‘no violence’ in affair

In his first interview since acknowledging an extramarital affair, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens said Saturday that there was "no blackmail" and "no threat of violence" by him in what he described as a months-long "consensual relationship" with his former hairdresser.

Trump tweets about women’s marches as protesters gather

President Donald Trump tweeted that it was a "perfect day" for women to march to celebrate the "economic success and wealth creation" that's happened during his first year in office — while women across the nation rallied against him and his policies.

High Tide Lounge holds fundraiser for Inland Harbor fire victims

High Tide Lounge held a fundraiser Saturday for those affected by the fire, with all the proceeds going to the Pleasure Island Disaster Relief Fund.

GOP, Democrats show no sign of retreat on shutdown’s 1st day

Republicans and Democrats showed no signs of ending their standoff over immigration and spending Saturday as Americans awoke to the first day of a government shutdown and Congress staged a weekend session to show voters it was trying to resolve the stalemate.

Mountains yes, Ellis Island no: Some US parks open, some not

The snowy mountains and frozen lakes of Rocky Mountain National Park are still accessible to visitors, despite the federal government shutdown.

Emergency services training takes hands-on approach

Friday was day two of a four day training session where emergency services from across the area could experience real life situations.

Senate Democrats derail bill to avert shutdown

Senate Democrats appear to have derailed a Republican bill aimed at preventing a federal shutdown set to begin as soon as the calendar flips to Saturday.
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WWAY Full Court Press Jan. 19, 2018

The lights were bright, the basketball action was fierce and you saw it all go down on WWAY's Full Court Press.

Tom Petty died of an accidental drug overdose, family says

His wife and daughter released the results of Petty's autopsy via a statement on his Facebook page Friday night.
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Wilmington business owner charged with murder appears in court

Both the Wilmington business owner charged with murder and one of the men he was confronting when the alleged shooting took place appeared in court Friday.
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UNCW conducting Title IX employee investigation

The investigation continues as University police looks into women's soccer coach, Paul Cairney. The university is looking into it now as a Title IX employee inquiry.

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