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Archive - Nov 23, 2009

Rebirth of the Turkey Bowl

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videoOne of the longest standing Thanksgiving traditions in Wilmington didn't take place last year, but it's game-on this year, for the annual Turkey Bowl football game. Full story...
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Becoming an organ donor can help save lives

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videoThe holidays are upon us, and what better thing to give, than the gift of life? Organ transplants save thousands of people every year, still many more end up on waiting lists, and never get the organs they need to survive. Full story...
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Community reaches out to family in need

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videoFriday, we introduced you to a man waiting to receive his unemployment extension check. Dozens of people were touched by his story, and many have helped Christmas come early for his family.

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Santa hopes little kids everywhere stay healthy this holiday season

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videoTypically, family and friends come together for the holidays, and that can mean the spread of germs. With the threat of the H1N1 virus still a concern, some people are turning to preventative measures to keep the flu at bay during the holidays. Full story...
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The shops at The Forum see folks shopping early

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There was good news for local business owners and their cash registers. The shops at The Forum across from Mayfaire were busy and bustling this weekend. Full story...
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Shop and save with these hot holiday items

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videoThe heart of the holiday shopping season is nearly upon us, and if you are trying to figure out how to shop and save at the same time, we have some ideas. Full story...
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Brunswick County detectives looking for teen wanted for statutory rape

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Brunswick County detectives need your help finding a wanted man. Seventeen-year-old Noel Velasquez is wanted for statutory rape. Full story...
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Palin arrives at Fort Bragg to a crowd of hundreds

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More than 1,200 people are lined up outside a store at an Army base in North Carolina where former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin is signing books. Full story...
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NC Slim Jim plant explosion claims fourth victim

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An explosion that tore through a Slim Jim plant in North Carolina last summer has claimed a fourth victim. Full story...
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Coast Guard saves 5 from sailboat off NC coast

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The Coast Guard has saved five sailors as their boat sank in the dark Atlantic Ocean. Full story...
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NC college student killed at off-campus party

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Police in North Carolina say the shooting death of a college student at an off-campus party appears to have been an accident. Full story...
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NC girl's funeral turns into call for action

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An overflow crowd of more than 2,000 people attended services for a 5-year-old North Carolina girl found dead nearly a week after she was reported missing. Full story...
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Reynolds puts NC cigarette HQ building up for sale

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A headquarters of North Carolina's tobacco history is up for sale. The Winston-Salem Journal reported Monday that Reynolds American Inc. has put its historic former headquarters on the market. Full story...
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NC's biggest city experiencing influx of coyotes

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The North Carolina city that supports Panthers and Bobcats wants no part of the real four-legged predators roaming its neighborhoods. Full story...
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5th annual Enchanted Airlie starts Friday

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It's only been around since 2005, but Airlie Gardens' annual holiday light display has quickly become a holiday tradition in our area. Full story...
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