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TSA reports busiest day for air travel since March

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) reported its busiest day on Thursday since the demand for air travel plummeted in mid-March as travelers take advantage of the long holiday weekend that traditionally marks the end of the summer travel season.

TSA rescues wedding dress left at airport checkpoint

Transportation Security Administration employees saved a bride's big day after her wedding dress was left behind at an airport security checkpoint.

ILM expands, takes more COVID-19 safety precautions

The Wilmington International Airport keeps on growing, while at the same time, working to enhance health and safety measures in light of COVID-19.

How a woman boarded a flight with no ticket, ID

A woman who was able to board a Delta flight without a boarding pass or ID bypassed the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) document checker by blending in with two families and then boarding the plane alongside a passenger with a wheelchair, according to a TSA report obtained by ABC News

Lawsuit: TSA agent purposely groped woman at NC airport

A woman says in a lawsuit that a security screener at a North Carolina airport intentionally groped her.

TSA collected nearly $1M in loose change last year

Travelers may need to think twice about the change they leave behind as they race through TSA screening checkpoints to make their flights.

TSA agent dies after falling from hotel balcony at Orlando airport

An off-duty officer with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) died Saturday morning after falling from a hotel balcony into the atrium at Orlando International Airport, officials said.

Trump’s shutdown proposal faces uncertain fate in Senate

President Donald Trump's proposal to reopen the government, sweetened with immigration provisions aimed at mollifying Democrats but which have alienated some conservatives, is headed for Senate action, its prospects uncertain.

Trump says building wall would be act of ‘love’

Making his case on prime-time TV, President Donald Trump is stressing humanitarian concerns at the U.S.-Mexico border as he tries to convince the American people he must get funding for his long-promised border wall before ending a partial government shutdown that has hundreds of thousands of federal workers facing missed paychecks.

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Former Honda dealership property on S. College Rd. up for sale

Could new development be coming on South College Road in Wilmington? The location of the former Stevenson Hendrick Honda dealership is now up for sale.

The Finals are set: LeBron, Lakers will meet Butler, Heat

The matchup is now set, with the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers emerging as the last two teams standing in the chase to be crowned champions of the most tumultuous season in NBA history.

NY Times: Trump paid $750 in US income taxes in 2016, 2017

Trump's financial disclosures indicated he earned at least $434.9 million in 2018, but the tax filings reported a $47.4 million loss.

Yellow Dog Discs celebrates 20th year of business on “Record Store Day”

Saturday was Record Store Day, featuring dozens of new releases at record stores across the country.