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Hundreds attend Senior Holiday Luncheon

Giving back to senior citizens in the Wilmington community, that is what the MLK Community Center did. The MLK Center hosted its annual Senior Holiday Luncheon Thursday afternoon.
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Charges upgraded to first-degree murder in death of woman at Charlottesville rally

The charges were upgraded to first-degree murder on Thursday against James Alex Fields, the man police say killed a woman at Charlottesville rally.
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Local artist lights up the holidays with unique card designs

Picking out a Christmas card may be difficult, but one Wilmington artist is making it easy. If you want something unique, creative, and spunky, you might want to check out Taylor Hamilton's work.
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Tennessee children’s Christmas performance of manger scene goes viral

An adorable Nativity scene in an East Tennessee church took a hilarious turn when the little girl playing a sheep decided to play with baby Jesus.
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Family first: Little boy jumps into sister’s wrestling match

As you grow up you're taught that family always comes first. But one little boy took that to the extreme when he jumped in to beat up his sister's wrestling opponent after he thought she was in a real fight.
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AUTOPSY: Fayetteville grandfather killed in hatchet attack was struck 31 times

A Fayetteville man who authorities say was killed by his grandson suffered more than 30 wounds in the hatchet attack that killed him, according to an autopsy report released this week.
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Man wanted on rape charge found hiding in convenience store freezer

A Beaufort man wanted on rape and strangulation charges was found hiding in a convenience store freezer Wednesday after more than two months on the run.
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Activism, charity sustain Sandy Hook families 5 years later

Many relatives of the 26 children and educators killed five years ago at Sandy Hook Elementary School have dedicated themselves to charity, activism and other efforts to channel their grief and, in many cases, to help prevent violence.
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Teen’s Harvard acceptance video generates wave of support

A video of a 16-year-old boy and his classmates erupting in joy when they learn he was accepted to Harvard University is drawing millions of views online.
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Net neutrality vote: FCC OKs repeal of Obama-era rules

In a vote along party lines, the federal government has ended sweeping net-neutrality rules that guaranteed equal access to the internet.