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Runway landing aborted before High Point crash

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The National Transportation Safety Board says a pilot missed an initial attempt to land at a Greensboro airport just before the plane went into a house in High Point last month. Full story...
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BCC narrows president search to six

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The search for a new President of Brunswick Community College has entered its final stage with the selection of six highly-qualified finalists. All six finalists will spend a day at BCC’s main campus in Supply, including a Community Meet and Greet from 1 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. and a Faculty and Staff Meet and Greet from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Full story...
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Firefighter honored by Bladen County and fire departments throughout North Carolina

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video About 25 different fire departments from throughout North Carolina responded to David Hunsinger Jr.'s last call Sunday. Hunsinger was a firefighter at the Tar Heel Fire Department in Bladen County. Some traveled hours to honor someone they didn't even know. But to them, he was a brother. Full story...

ATMOSPHERE ACADEMY: Spring snow in the Carolinas

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video You don't usually think of snowfall in the spring, but it can happen. Full story...
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Bike ride honors father, son killed

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video It's been more than a week since the accident that took the lives of a father and son who were cycling on River Road in Wilmington. Sunday family and friends of David and Trey Doolittle got together for a memorial bike ride in honor of the two cyclists. Full story...
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WWAY wins five AP Broadcast News Awards

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video WWAY has won five North Carolina Associated Press Broadcast News Awards. Chief Meteorologist Jerry Jackson led the way with two, including BEST WEATHER in North Carolina. Full story...
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Social shaggers and seasoned pros dance off in Shag Contest

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Hear the beat and move your feet to the sounds of shagging. Full story...
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Coins and bills showcase history

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Calling all coin collectors. If you love to buy, sell, trade or just look at history in the form of money, the Azalea Festival Coin Show is for you. Full story...
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Home Tour gives people a chance to peek inside history

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Wilmington is rich with history, and much of it in the form of homes downtown. Full story...
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Tradition rolls on with the Azalea Festival Parade

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The parade has come and gone, but the Azalea Festival tradition rolls on as some folks are already looking forward to next year's spectacle. Full story...
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