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Holidays

Give and receive TODAY during the Salvation Army One Day Blitz

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videoWWAY NewsChannel 3 and 103.7 The Bone are sponsoring the One Day Blitz to restock the Salvation Army's food pantry TODAY until 6:30 p.m. at Krispy Kreme on South College Road in Wilmington. It's your chance to help others and snag free doughnuts at the same time. Full story...
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Headstones get a holiday make-over

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video What were once bare headstones had a holiday make-over this weekend at the Wilmington National Cemetery. Veterans and supporters attended a "Wreaths Across America Ceremony" where they showed respect for fallen and forgotten soldiers. Though everyone was pleased with the turnout, one veteran wishes the military had as much support. Full story...
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Packages from Home

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Christmas is just around the corner and our troops overseas could really use some holiday cheer. WWAY has teamed up with the Big Talker FM to Step Up For Soldiers and collect simple items to ship to military women and men stationed overseas. Full story...
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Randy to the Rescue: Recycling to decorate for the holidays

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video So you have a bunch of old stuff lying around and you still haven't decorated for Christmas. How about solving both problems with one trick? Full story...
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Man opens fire on holiday shoppers in mall

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video Police say a young man opened fire in a crowded mall of holiday shoppers in a suburb of Portland, Oregon. The gunman killed two people before dying of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Full story...
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Polar Express is a great tradition

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video Families welcomed a new Christmas tradition this weekend at the Wilmington Railroad Museum. Children and parents listened to the polar express read by members of our own WWAY news team. Full story...
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Christmas comes early in Leland

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videoLeland hosted its 20th Annual Christmas Parade and Festival this weekend. People lined Village Road Northeast from Bojangles to the First Baptist Church to catch the Christmas spirit. Leland police and members of the ROTC program lead the parade, while fire fighters and important members of office including Mayor Brenda Bozeman followed. Winners of the Miss North Carolina Christmas Festival Scholarship Pageant also made appearances at the parade. Full story...
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Autocross promotes controlled driving and Toys For Tots

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videoAn autocross event brought 73 cars and a variety of people to the CFCC parking lot this weekend. Autocross is a driving competition all about balancing both speed and control, but this event decided to put a spin on things by also donating to Toys for Tots. Full story...
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Today's headlines from 'Pender-Topsail Post & Voice'

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video Get a sneak peek at today's headlines from Pender County. Full story...
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Santa Cop grants Christmas wishes

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videoWith Christmas spirit in the air and Wilmington Police officers by their sides, many children kicked off the new month with a shopping spree at the Walmart on Sigmon road, all thanks to money raised by Santa Cop. Full story...
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Explore with George: The Nutcracker Ballet

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video It's time once again for the Wilmington Ballet and the Cameron Art Museum to bring you the Festival of Trees and a performance of The Nutcracker. It's all happening this weekend but our George Elliott got a sneak preview in Explore with George. Full story...
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Pancakes for the holidays

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'Tis the season for holiday shopping, parties, and all the fun that comes along with those activities. Maybe the most dreaded part of it all, for some, is the cooking. Full story...
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Festival of Trees underway at Cameron Art Museum

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video The holiday season is upon us, which means it’s time to head over to the Cameron Art Museum for the Festival of Trees. Full story...
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Families host Marines for Thanksgiving

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video Thanksgiving is a day meant to be shared with family and friends, but some people chose to invite strangers into their homes. Several families in Wilmington gave thanks to those who serve our country by welcoming Marines over to Thanksgiving dinner. Full story...
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AAA: Thanksgiving travel should increase slightly

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The number of Americans hitting the road this Thanksgiving is expected to increase slightly from a year ago. But they'll take shorter trips to save on gas and other costs as household budgets remain tight. Full story...
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