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UPDATE: Escaped Brunswick County inmate identified

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video Deputies in Brunswick County are searching for an inmate who escaped from jail by posing as another inmate, a sheriff's office spokeswoman says. Full story...
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WWAY INVESTIGATION: Dinner's on you!

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videoWhen you're elected to office, there will be times you have to travel at the taxpayer's expense. But do public leaders need to spend so much of your money? Full story...
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Jury convicts man in crash that severed teen's ear

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A New Hanover County Jury has convicted a man of felony hit and run for an accident that severed a teen's ear in 2013. Full story...
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CFCC interim president officially appointed

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videoCape Fear Community College officially has an interim president. The board of trustees appointed Dr. Amanda Lee to the position Thursday night. The vote came exactly a week after Ted Spring surprised everyone by resigning at a board of trustees meeting. There's been no word on why spring resigned, and no one from the board really wanted to talk about what's next. Full story...
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Azalea Festival Parade route to switch direction

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videoThe annual Azalea Festival Parade is changing course. Literally. Full story...
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Rapper Nelly to headline Azalea Festival concert

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videoIt may still be winter, but there was a big Azalea Festival announcement tonight. Grammy Award-winner Nelly will play the Friday night concert during this spring's festival. Full story...
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Brunswick County Schools prepare for state-wide performance grades

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videoEvery school excluding alternative schools will be given an overall grade from A through F. State-wide performance grades were enacted by the 2013-2014 General Assembly. Full story...
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Dogs, cats recovering after rescue from hoarding situation

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videoTwenty-seven animals are recovering after Brunswick County deputies said they were living in an apparent hoarding situation. Full story...
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