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Amanda Fitzpatrick says goodbye to WWAY

After three and a half years of bringing viewers in the Cape Fear the evening news, WWAY's Amanda Fitzpatrick is dropping the mic, so to speak, and leaving us here at WWAY.

WWAY’s Amanda Fitzpatrick brings baby Naomi home!

WWAY's Amanda Fitzpatrick gave birth to a baby girl named Naomi last month, and now she is finally home with her parents.

WWAY’s Amanda Fitzpatrick shares first photo of baby Naomi

WWAY Anchor Amanda Fitzpatrick and her husband Yusef Abdur Razzaaq are so excited to share the first photo of their baby girl Naomi Rose Abdur Razzaaq.

Welcome Naomi! WWAY’s Amanda Fitzpatrick gives birth to baby girl

WWAY congratulates Evening Anchor Amanda Fitzpatrick and her husband, Yusef on the birth of a beautiful baby girl!

WWAY’s Amanda Fitzpatrick announces gender of baby

Our WWAY family is getting ready to grow again and evening anchor Amanda Fitzpatrick revealed the gender of her baby on Monday. It's a girl!

WWAY’s Amanda Fitzpatrick has a special announcement

Our WWAY family is getting ready to grow again. Evening anchor Amanda Fitzpatrick has some very exciting news to share with everyone.

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