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'Birdman,' 'Budapest' top Oscar nominations with 9 nods each

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videoThis year's ceremony on Feb. 22 will be hosted by Neil Patrick Harris on ABC and WWAY NewsChannel 3. Full story...
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Brunswick County school board discusses new book challenging policy

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video The Brunswick County School board is discussing a new policy for book challenges. It all started with the book "The Color Purple" last year. Brunswick county students, teachers, and parents debated removing the book from schools over a chapter that described rape. Full story...
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Wilmington native, tennis pro talks community reaction to gang violence

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videoWith Wilmington police cracking down on gang violence here in the Port City, community leaders like One Love Tennis program's Lenny Simpson are also reaching out to help at-risk kids find alternatives to joining gangs. Full story...
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UPDATE: Boiling Spring Lakes boil advisory lifted

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videoOfficials with the Brunswick County Public Utilities say it is now safe to drink the water without boiling it in the Boiling Spring Lakes area. Full story...
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Bank employee injured in armed robbery

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videoWhiteville police are looking for the person or persons responsible for a bank robbery. Full story...
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UPDATE: Duke announces change to Muslim call-to-prayer

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Duke University has reconsidered a previously announced plan to present a traditional Muslim call-to-prayer from the Duke Chapel bell tower, campus officials said Thursday. Full story...
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Officials say 26 died from flu symptoms in NC last week

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videoState health officials say 26 people died from the flu in North Carolina last week, raising the death toll for 2014-2015 to 90. Full story...
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NC public universities eye tuition hikes after 1-year hiatus

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North Carolina's public universities want to raise tuition and fees by an average of 4 percent next year and 3.5 percent the following year for undergraduate state residents. Full story...
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