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Woman goes to extremes to find missing dog

videoLosing a pet is painful. Now one woman is going to extreme lengths and getting help finding her missing dog from a Good Samaritan who donated $3,000 for a reward.

Business owners: Parking, weather, construction slowing sales downtown

videoTourist season usually ushers in a new crowd of out-of-towners looking to spend a few bucks in downtown wilmington. But business owners say profits are down.

Food trucks fight for rights in downtown Wilmington

videoFood trucks and the city of Wilmington could soon work together like burgers and fries. Food truck owners are pushing for regulation changes that would make it easier to consistently serve their tasty treats in downtown Wilmington.

Fewer foreclosures, increased new home sales fueling housing market

videoForeclosure rates are down and continue to fall in Wilmington. Meanwhile new home sales are up across the country.

Historic Wilmington Foundation adds sites to list of threatened historic places

videoThe Historic Wilmington Foundation announced its 2013 Most Threatened Historic Places List today. Executive Director George Edwards says it is vitally important to preserve these buildings for future generations.

Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity celebrates completion of 40-home community

videoCape Fear's Habitat for Humanity celebrated the completion of their first neighborhood, The Cottages at Cornerstone. The 40-home subdivision on Prices Lane in Wilmington has become a tight-knit community for those who live there.

Southport’s first black police chief remembered, laid to rest

videoSouthport's first black police chief died in his sleep Monday. Southport's first black police chief, George McCracken, 72, died in his sleep Monday. His funeral will be held today at Southport Baptist Church on Howe Street at 2 p.m.

DAK Americas workers react to plant closure

videoHours before the company's president and CEO made the official announcement that DAK Americas will close its Navassa plant in September, DAK workers learned of the closing.

State superintendent pushes income tax exemption for public school teachers

videoThe state's top educator wants to take some of the financial burden off North Carolina teachers. State Superintendent June Atkinson is urging lawmakers to consider exempting public school teachers from personal state income taxes.

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