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North Carolina House approves tax breaks for retired veterans

It's a win for veterans in the Tar Heel State, as the North Carolina House votes in favor of a tax break for retired military personnel.

Leland VFW to host Vietnam War Veterans Commemoration ceremony

Leland VFW Post 12196 will host a Vietnam War Veterans Commemoration ceremony Monday evening.

Cape Fear Honor Flight to take off again in spring 2021

The Honor Flight is returning to the Wilmington area.

Foundation: Damage to historic copter hit by car exceeds $6M

A South Carolina aviation foundation says a Vietnam War-era helicopter hit by a car sustained millions of dollars in damage.

Vietnam vet reunited with beloved dog in hospice care

When Vietnam War veteran John Vincent was admitted to hospice care with limited time left to live, he only had one request: to see his dog one final time.

Best friends reunited for first time 43 years after serving in Vietnam

More than 40 years after two best friends saw each other for the last time while serving in the Vietnam War, they reunited for the first time in Leland this week.

Veteran searches for names of childhood friends on memorial wall

History tells a fair share of war stories with men and women, who sacrificed their lives so we could now be free. One veteran tells us why he chose not to talk of the war for years following his return. 

Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall stops in Wilmington for first time in 10 years

The Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall is making a stop in Wilmington.

Medal of Honor recipient speaks on Vietnam War experiences

Marm was impressed not only with the turnout of the event, but the facility itself.

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Senate budget uses NC revenue boon on more tax cuts, capital

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Judge tosses most claims over clearing protesters in DC park

U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich said Monday that the claims were speculative and it was premature for the court to conclude whether the actions of law enforcement officers were justified.

Nassib becomes first NFL player on active roster to come out as gay

More than a dozen NFL players have come out as gay after their careers were over.

Senate budget uses NC revenue boon on more tax cuts, capital

North Carolina Senate Republicans have unveiled a two-year state budget proposal that sticks to earlier spending limits even with recent news of a massive revenue windfall.