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Coming up on THE News: Prisoner back in custody

Here are stories WTOC is working on: A prisoner who ran away from work detail Thursday morning in Effingham County is back in custody. Evan Johnson will have an update.  

Georgia Southern is just one win away from playing for a national title. They take on North Dakota this Saturday. Dal Cannady is in the 'Boro for their big sendoff. Who's going to win? Take the poll on the WTOC Facebook page.

Despite fighting a life-threatening disease, Marc Cordray continues to play to save his life. A benefit concert is taking place Thursday night at Bay Street Blues. Lynda Figueredo has the story.

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