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Police investigating several downtown break-ins

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videoPolice are investigating a string of break-ins in downtown Wilmington that happened in broad daylight. Detectives say the same person is likely responsible for all of them. Full story...
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Colonial Christmas celebration

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The Burgwin-Wright Museum House hosted its sixth Colonial Christmas celebration this weekend. Full story...
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Elf's Shelf: Giving a Good Book

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There are nearly one million titles to choose from in the Wilmington Barnes & Noble, so finding the right book may require a little research. Full story...
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High speed chase ends in Wilmington

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The driver and passenger were two women wanted for larceny in Jacksonville. The 23- and 21-year-old women allegedly stole a TV and other electronics from a Jacksonville Circuit City. Full story...
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Gunmen hold up fast food restaurant

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Wilmington police are looking for two armed robbers who held up a fast food restaurant Saturday morning. Full story...
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Laney senior helps friend in need

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Senior James Cook's family friend is suffering from cancer. He's undergoing treatment, but his insurance doesn't cover all of his medical bills. Full story...
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Christmas Parade in Bolivia

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It was raining candy canes in Bolivia Saturday. Full story...
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Elf's Shelf: Giving Gift Cards

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The National Retail Federation predicts that Americans will spend more than $26 billion on gift cards this holiday season. Full story...
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Convention center progress slow

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It's been almost two weeks since the Wilmington convention center's groundbreaking, but the site is still pretty quiet. Full story...
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Police find body in woods

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Wilmington Police are trying to figure out the identity of a man found dead in the woods. Full story...
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UNCW could see tuition hike

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Students at UNCW may have to cough up more money in the fall of 2008. Full story...
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Military Cutoff construction complete

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After hitting roadblocks and delays in construction Military Cutoff is finally complete. Full story...
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Dreaming of a green Christmas

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It's unlikely southeast North Carolina will experience a white Christmas this year. Full story...
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ID thieves target children too

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videoWhen you think of identity theft you probably think of the elderly, or at least adults. Full story...
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Rep. Wright turns himself in following criminal indictment

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videoState Rep. Thomas Wright has turned himself in to authorities. Wright appeared before a Wake County magistrate judge Friday following his indictment earlier this week on five felony charges. He was released on $50,000 unsecured bond. Wright looked at a cluster of clicking cameras and reporters and said, "You'd have thought I'd murdered somebody." Full story...
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