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High school students help at Special Olympics field day

Wilmington Christian Academy students helped more than 350 Special Olympics athletes have a fun field day at the school.

EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE: It starts with a voice

Amy Wright is a mother of four. Two of her children are diagnosed with Down Syndrome. She'll surely tell you they are two of the best parts of her world. And her message to our world: "It starts with a voice."

Special Olympics athletes compete in 2015 Spring Games

Area Special Olympics athletes hit UNCW's track for the 2015 Spring Games Wednesday.

Special Olympics athletes ball out at Trask Coliseum

video New Hanover County Special Olympics athletes and volunteers hit the court at Trask Coliseum for some fun earlier Wednesday.

Taking a plunge for a good cause

Saturday, the Special Olympics New Hanover County hosted its annual polar plunge in Kure Beach along with a 5k and 1 mile fun walk.

Special Olympics prepares for Polar Plunge

video It might be frigid outside but these temperatures are not too cold to support a good cause. Tomorrow the Special Olympics host its annual Polar Plunge at Kure Beach.

Kids, adults participate in Special Olympics Fall Games

videoKids and adults of all ages were having a ball at this year's New Hanover County Special Olympics Fall Games.

Special Olympians hit the hardwood

videoMore than 200 students from across New Hanover County participated in the Special Olympics Basketball Tournament today at UNCW's Trask Coliseum.

Even after two ice storms, hundreds take a Polar Plunge

Some go to great lengths in support of the New Hanover County Special Olympics for this year's tenth annual Polar Plunge.

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Arrest made after video shows dog beaten with object in Conway area

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US Catholic bishops OK steps toward possible rebuke of Biden

The 168-55 vote was announced near the end of a three-day meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops that was held virtually.

Judge rules for Florida on CDC order blocking cruise ships

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