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Thanksgiving

Turkey Trot helps Habitat for Humanity

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Before you take that first bite of Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, you can get your pre-Thanksgiving exercise in. You'll also be doing it for a good cause. Full story...
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Food banks try to help rising hunger problem

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The US Department of Agriculture says hunger across the country is at its highest point in 15 years with nearly 15 percent of the country's population struggling to feed their families. Full story...
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Turkey experts ready to help on this National Thaw Day

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While Americans may be switching their cooking methods, thawing techniques and procedures stay the same. The main tip is make sure to thaw your turkey. That's why today is National Thaw Day. Full story...
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Local workers thankful to have a job

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videoThanksgiving is a holiday for family time. That's why it's especially important to say thanks to the people who went into work. Full story...
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Fine dining for Thanksgiving

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video While most restaurants were closed for the Thanksgiving holiday, one fine dining establishment opened it's doors to help feed families in need. Full story...
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Feeding the masses for Thanksgiving

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Manna Ministries prepared meals for about 400 people at the Leland Town Hall park shelter. Full story...
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Volunteering a Thanksgiving tradition for some families

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While many of us spend the day with our families, others were out volunteering to make it a happy holiday for those in need. Full story...
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Reduce the waste this Thanksgiving

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videoThanksgiving is not only a day where we enjoy an abundance of food. More often than not, it also produces a lot of trash. Meteorologist Tim Buckley has some tips on how to reduce your waste this Thanksgiving. Full story...
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Air travel busy at ILM this Thanksgiving holiday

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videoWhile some drivers are struggling to leave Wilmington by ground, others are turning to the air for the busiest travel day of the year. AAA expects almost 40 million people to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday. Full story...
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Pre-schoolers enjoy a meal on the Mayflower

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Kids at a local pre-school got to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast Wednesday - aboard the Mayflower. Child Development school kids and their families got to chow down... Full story...
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Checking out your car before you leave can save time in the long run

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videoAlmost 40 million people are expected to travel for Thanksgiving. Many of them will pile into their cars. Spending just a few minutes making sure your vehicle is road ready could have you giving thanks for a safe trip. Full story...
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Tips for a safe Thanksgiving feast

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State health officials are reminding North Carolinians to be safe during the holidays by taking precautions while preparing meals for Thanksgiving and other holiday feasts. Full story...
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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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Call the turkey experts

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Thanksgiving is one week from today, and if you are worried about cooking your turkey, the Butterball Turkey Talk-line is ready to help. Full story...
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Dramatic drop in fatal car accidents this Thanksgiving holiday

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North Carolina saw a dramatic drop in the number of fatal car accidents during last week's Thanksgiving holiday. Full story...
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