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MLK Center fields renamed to honor Coach Murphy

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videoOn this MLK Day, a part of Wilmington's Martin Luther King Center was dedicated to a man who served as a mentor for countless children. Full story...
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NC A&T's trainer urged against sickle cell test

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Officials at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro say the school's top athletic trainer counseled coaches to save money by not testing for sickle cell trait days before a student died from the disease. Full story...
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Michael Jordan buys luxury condo in Charlotte

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Wilmington native and Bobcats owner Michael Jordan is officially a Charlotte homeowner. Full story...
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Why buy artificial turf for Legion Stadium now?

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video A million-dollar makeover. Legion Stadium is about to kiss its grass goodbye, and taxpayers will pick up the tab for artificial turf. With the economy still in trouble, why now? Full story...
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Carolina Ale House helps peewee football players

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The Carolina Ale House is helping some local peewee football players. Full story...
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Mayor Saffo says Hammerheads' return is likely

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Word on the street is the Hammerheads are headed back to Wilmington. Full story...
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Wilmington Sharks hire new Manager

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Youngberg is a coach at the University of North Florida. Youngberg previously served as the pitching coach for the Morehead City Marlins and he's definitely ready to hit the ground running. Full story...
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Pooches pounce into the Port City

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The event was organized by the Hanover Kennel Club an organization started in the 1930's. Today's show was a confirmation show where dogs have to meet high standards set by the American Kennel Club. The dogs must come as close to those standards as possible. In all, there were about 120 breeds of dogs at the show. Full story...
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Youth Outdoor Sports Day provides activities for all ages

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Kids like to play; and it showed at the youth outdoor sports day plenty for the kids and adults to do. Full story...
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Experts discuss business of sports in Wilmington

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video Sports are big business. Bringing that business to Wilmington was the topic of discussion this morning at the Wilmington Journal's Power Breakfast Series. Experts on the panel think the Port City could be a hit in the world of sports. Full story...
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Golfers honor girl's memory, support good cause

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More than 120 golfers took advantage of the nice weather today to hit the links at Landfall for a good cause. Full story...
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Allen Departs Seahawk Program

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Big news out of UNCW tonight. A highly anticipated player won't be suiting up for the seahawks this year afterall. Full story...
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Football tailgate party benefits more than football fans

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The event was organized locally by Hell's Kitchen. People got to check out a game on the big screens under the big tent. Step Up for Soldiers was also accepting donations. Full story...
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Football player suffers heat exhaustion during scrimmage

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The Cape Fear was under a heat advisory, and today's extreme heat caused problems on the football field. Full story...
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Charlotte Bobcats return to Wilmington

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After a brief one-year hiatus, the National Basketball Association’s Charlotte Bobcats are returning to Wilmington and UNCW’s Trask Coliseum late next month for their seventh preseason training camp. Full story...
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