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Suspicious death of child under investigation in Shallotte

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Investigators in Brunswick County are looking into the suspicious death of a three-year-old child. Full story...
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Marine charged with crash that knocked out power

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A Jacksonville Marine is in jail charged in a drunk driving crash that left people in the dark. Highway Patrol charged Sean Henry Brant with DWI. Full story...
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NC early-ed panel pulls back on recommendations

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A North Carolina legislative committee has scaled back recommendations for changing the state's prekindergarten program, but not before the debate shifted to the scope of poverty in the state. Full story...
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Judge sets April trial date in John Edwards case

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The federal trial of former presidential candidate John Edwards is now scheduled to begin in April. Full story...
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Lejeune Marine found not guilty of hazing charges

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A Camp Lejeune Marine has been found not guilty of charges that he assaulted members of a scout sniper platoon when they could not complete a series of pushups. Full story...
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WWAY's Wednesday night sports - Feb. 29

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video On Wednesday night the UNC Wilmington women's basketball team concluded their regular season with a win over Georgia State. The CFCC Sea Devil men's basketball nipped arch-rival Brunswick Community College. Tyler Zeller scored 30 to lead UNC over Maryland. NC State edged Miami. The New Hanover Wildcats are preparing for Thursday's high school basketball showdown with Millbrook. Plus, St. John's shutout UNCW in college baseball. Full story...
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Castle Hayne residents react to issuing of Titan air permit

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video Not one, but two plants cleared big hurdles Wednesday and are now a step closer to calling Castle Hayne home. Full story...
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Randy to the Rescue: Personalized Door Mat

Randy shows you how personalizing a door mat can be a great way to welcome guests this spring.

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