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Folks in Wilmington said forget that turkey dinner and instead chose to wait outside of the Best Buy on South College Road. The doors opened around 5:00 p.m. and people piled inside to get their hands on the latest and greatest electronics and goodies. Full story...
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An NFL alum, as well as other football players, brought back a Thanksgiving tradition in honor a a coach and mentor. Full story...
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Runners, walkers and strollers hit the pavement for the Wrightsville Beach Turkey Trot Thursday morning. Full story...
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A group of folks celebrated Thanksgiving by giving back and opening their doors to Camp Lejeune Marines who couldn't go home for the holiday. Full story...
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The Salvation Army, along with Boy Scout Troop 212, served folks a big Thanksgiving meal Thursday. Full story...
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A lightning strike landed one shopper out bright and early this morning. Full story...
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The 5 k's were abundant this morning The YMCA held their 8th Annual Gallop for the Gravy event today.Event organizer Alex Mozingo says they had fewer people this year because of weather concerns, but races on Thanksgiving day have become a trend. Full story...
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The Street Turkeys of Wilmington have been at The Landing in Wrightsville Beach all day collecting food for the food banks that serve central and eastern North Carolina. Event coordinator Jai Isear says the rain did not stop the donations from coming in. He says the food from this donation serves four counties and they serve about 67,000 people that don't know where their next meal comes from. Full story...