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A shopping trip of nightmares: Local speaks out about mall gunshot

One Wilmington resident will never forget Monday night, when a shopping trip ended with a fight...then a gunshot at Independence Mall.

Police: Fight ends with shooting inside Independence Mall

A fight between three people led to a shooting at the Independence Mall Monday evening. 

Santa Claus is still coming to town this holiday season

Santa is definitely coming to Wilmington's Independence Mall again this year. The pandemic won't keep him away. 

Traveling carnival brings fair food to the Cape Fear

Carnival and fair food lovers, we have some good news for you, the carnival is visiting Wilmington this weekend.

Construction is finally complete for some stores at the Independence Mall

Independence Mall in Wilmington has been undergoing construction for more than a year. But there's finally light at the end of the tunnel for the long-awaited project. 

Boil water advisory scheduled for Independence Mall

A precautionary boil water advisory has been scheduled for Independence Mall at 3500 Oleander Drive beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday. 

WPD: Teen crashed into car, fence, and tree at Independence Mall

A teen is wanted on multiple charges after he allegedly drove into a car and hit a fence and tree at a Wilmington mall.

Independence Mall reopens with new hours

Wilmington's Independence Mall put out the welcome mat and opened the doors for shoppers.

Independence Mall Manager: New store fronts will be spotted off Oleander Drive soon

Independence mall is moving into phase two of their renovations, so you could be seeing some store fronts soon. 

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Dozens of area deputies travel to DC for inauguration security

As the inauguration is set to take place Wednesday, dozens of local law enforcement will be at the nation's capital to assist with security efforts.

Future of downtown confederate statue bases remain uncertain

More than half a year after confederate statues were taken down in Wilmington, their future, and that of the bases they were attached to, remain uncertain. 

Two NC lawmakers who contract COVID were on same hunting trip

Senate Rules Committee Chairman Bill Rabon of Brunswick County has tested positive for COVID-19, according to his office.

Portion of Wrightsville Ave. closed for emergency sewer repair

A portion of Wrightsville Avenue closed to traffic on Tuesday so crews could make an emergency sewer repair.