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UPDATE: Thousands worth of lighting cables stolen from 'Sleepy Hollow' set

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Wilmington Police are investigating after they say thousands in lighting cables were stolen from the set of "Sleepy Hollow" near Screen Gems Studios. Police say about 800 feet of cable, weighing around 1,000 lbs., was stolen from the set. Full story...
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Fit Minute - Bridging the gap between physical therapy and exercise

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videoDoing physical therapy for an injury or after surgery will help you start the repairing process. But, to really heal it, physical therapists suggest you start an exercise routine as well. So, physical therapists and personal trainers at the Wilmington Athletic Club teamed up to help patients bridge the gap between physical therapy and the gym. Full story...
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City closes $3.86M purchase for downtown park

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videoThe City of Wilmington this morning finalized the purchase of 6.63 acres along the northern downtown riverfront for a passive public park. Full story...
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UPDATE: Enchanted Airlie tickets sell out fast so get them early

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videoThe lights turned on and the tickets sold out fast at the opening of Enchanted Airlie at Airlie Gardens in Wilmington Friday. The annual event starts up the festive celebrations for many, and this year you can expect even more. Full story...
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Christmas trees light up in Downtown Wilmington and at Mayfaire

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videoThe countdown is complete, the lights are lit! Hundreds of kids of all ages showed up to the 4th annual Holiday Tree Lighting in downtown Wilmington Friday night. Full story...
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Community discussions on gang problem continue Monday

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videoThe City of Wilmington continues its series of meetings on gangs with its third community conversation Monday night. Full story...
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New roof rescues Wilmington woman's hopes in time for the holidays

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videoGiving thanks is a big part of the holiday season, especially on Thanksgiving Day, and one longtime Wilmington resident spent this one with no fear of a rain storm. We take you to the new and improved home where we found Florence Warren, our Roof Rescue Contest winner, who says she is exceptionally thankful this year. Full story...
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Christmas tree lots open and ready for business in Cape Fear

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videoChristmas time is upon us now that Thanksgiving is nearly over. For many people, that starts with buying a tree. At the Optimist Club's tree lot at the Kmart in Wilmington on Thursday, volunteers said they had a few families come by and sold about 10 trees. They said the sales really pick up in the two days after Thanksgiving. Full story...
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Travelers deal with rain and snow on the way to the Cape Fear

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videoThe storm that swept across the country this week caused quite a mess for people who flew or drove to get to family. While weather wasn't too bad Wednesday in the Cape Fear, it wasn't easy for some people to get here to celebrate Thanksgiving. Full story...
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Wilmington Pop Warner squad one step closer to championships

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videoLast year, a Jr. Midget Pop Warner football team based out of Wilmington played in the national championship tournament in Florida. And this week, another Wilmington squad is just one victory away from making that same trip. Full story...
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Wilmington recertified as a Coast Guard City

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video Wilmington has once again been recognized as a Coast Guard City. It's an honor shared by just 13 other cities across the country. Full story...
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Fit Minute: Why physical therapy is only the beginning of your healing

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videoIf you've ever had an injury or surgery you might have gone to a physical therapist afterward. Physical therapists say it's essential that you get help from them so you don't hurt yourself more. But, they don't want you to stop moving your body once you're done with physical therapy. Full story...
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UPDATE: NHCS doubles up bus runs following school bus vandalism

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video New Hanover County Schools are working to get routes back on schedule after someone vandalized several school buses parked between Laney High School and Trask Middle School over the weekend. Full story...
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Wreaths Across America honors fallen soldiers in Wilmington

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video Organization is still thousands of wreaths short in their goal to memorialize 5,000 fallen soldiers in the Wilmington National Cemetery. Full story...
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Wilmington leaders want to increase pay for city workers

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videoWilmington City Council is taking a look at employee pay. Leaders say salaries in the Port City are behind the market average. Research shows in 2012 Wilmington was nine percent behind the state average for worker pay. Full story...
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