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now at 4:30 - on thanksgiving day...grab your coffee and enjoy the holiday ...we've you got you covered. covered.from security being beefed up at new york city's annual thanksgiving day parade...to travelers still hitting the roads to get to their holiday destinations. destinations.and what you need to know this morning... about ?cooking that turkey.?we have ?tips?... in just a couple of minutes. we knoso are ?already? in the kitchen! good morning!and thanks for joining us!today is thursday november 24th ... happy thanksg! thanksgiving!the ?packers? are gearing up for the holiday season... and ?you? can be a part of it.coming up in just a couple of minutes--- we'll tell you all about an exciting ?free? event at lambeau. lambeau. but first... tracking your temperatures at this hour is meteorologist rebecca schuld. 3 ((???quick 30 second wx tease ) 5???))thanksgiving: dry for
clouds than sun. wind: light w 5-10 mph.black friday is chilly in the upper 30s with a few flurries possible and a continued west wind. thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather. temperatures start to warm up becoming slightly mild sunday in the upper 40s and even a few 50s with sun. rain showers return next week monday, with balmy temps near 50.cooler on tuesday, back to the 40s with a few flurries in the morning as temps willti the 30s.last day of the month on wednesday is chilly, in the 30s with dry conditions. our ?top story? this morning--- security has been beefed up on this "thanksgiving day"... to
festivities... by attending ?parades? across the country. country.at new york city's famed thanksgiving day parade...authorities have taken unprecedented steps... anticipating record turnout. jamie yuccas is in new york and has the latest from the parade route.- nats-members of new york's finest began taking position along central park west overnight....gearing up to protect millions of spectators expected at the thanksgiving day parade.(sot bill de blasio/ nyc mayor) nypd is going to mount an even stronger operation this year new york city mayor bill de bl d unprecedented security plans last night.dozens of sand- filled sanitation trucks...blocking off cross-town traffic for the first time in the parade's 90 year history.helicopters scanning crowds from above... and officers on the ground...using radiation detectors, bomb-sniffing dogs and other devices...to thwart a terror attack:(sot nypd commissioner james o'neill) all police will have a smartphone and connect to incident command post if there is any issue.(standup: jamie yuccas cbs news new york, ny)
along the parade route...did not deter thousands from coming here last nightto see the massive balloons featured in today's event...come to life.ian delbalso and his daughter were among them. (sot ian delbalso/ ca resident) to see the excitement in her eyes and watch thanksgiving kick off and the holiday season is a big joy.lisa steinmetz and her daughter, ava, also stayed focused on the meaning of the holiday: (sot lisa steinmetz/ ny resident) we have so much to be thankful for, that we're lucky to be here and live in america, live in the best city in the rl no credible terror threat against the parade or the country...federal officials are urging americans to stay vigilant, especially in public places.jamie yuccas cbs news new york. there will be a total of 42 balloons in today's parade. including an updated charlie brown and an exact replica of the first ever balloon, felix the cat. the event begins at 8 a-m. right here on cbs. 3 millions of people across the country are still on the move...during the busiest travel period of the year.
since ?this many? americans hit the road or took to the skies.some are taking off without a hitch.others are running into some heavy delays. on the capital beltway outside washington d-c... traffic was backed up for nearly 10 miles after a crash. meantime... people were lined up at airports across the country to catch their flights. but t-s-a leaders say they're ready for it. 1:10-1:21 ( peter neffenger / tsa administrator ) "we brought on just shy of 1,400 new transportation security officers this summer. we converted about 2,000 from part-time to full-time. we added about another 50 to 60 canines." 27-million passengers are expected to ?fly? to their destination. check it out-- a ?massive traffic jam? in los angeles. makes you feel a lot better... about traffic here in lwaukee, doesn't it?just ?miles and miles of gridlock?... for drivers who had ?hoped to beat the thanksgiving rush.?the 4-0-5 was packed with holiday travelers in ?both directions? tuesday night--- resulting in a ?major backup.?some people said... it kind of looked like
3 more than ?three dozen police agencies? between milwaukee and waukesha counties... are taking part in a ?massive enforcement effort? to stop impaired drivers. drivers. they're looking for people who are driving ?drunk?... and people driving under the influence of ?drugs.? last fiscal year... the owi task force caught ?more than 300 people? driving while impaired. officers will also look for speeders... and cars that don't have headlights on. :58-1:03 lt. gary gabrish, wauwatosa pd "for those that don't wanna to adhere and really don't havto they're gonna test the waters and we're gonna arrest them." 3 this is the 10-th year for the task force. the turkey is obviously the center piece a thanksgiving mealbut make sure you're not putting you or your family in any danger when you make it. firefighters responded to 14- hundred cooking fires last thanksgiving.their advice -- don't leave cooking food unattended. if a fire does break out-- don't douse it with water or flour -- get the extinguisher.and if you like to deep fry your turkey --
garage. the turkey should be defrosted and patted dry-- and never overfill the oil. 3 3 now to a developing story... steven avery's attorney says a judge has signed a stipulation and order for scientific testing to proceed in his case. kathleen zellner wants d-n-a evidence from teresa halbach's murder ?re- examined.? avery and his nephew-- brendan dassey-- were convicted in her murder a decade ago.zellner posted online a message from avery that says it will quote -- be a happy thanksgiving after all." two men are accused of ?attacking a local postal worker?... and stealing the packages he was delivering.it happened near arlington and warren last thursday.according to a criminal complaint filed in federal court--- the suspects ?knocked the boxes? from the postal worker's arms... and ran off.the worker chased the men... and was attacked by one of them.one suspect is facing charges of "theft of u-s mail"... and "assaulting a government officer." 3 3 3
ahead??10???)) thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w 5-10 mph.black friday is chilly in the upper 30s with a few flurries possible thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather. temperatures start to warm up becoming slightly mild sunday in the upper 40s and even a few 50s with sun. rain showers return next week monday, with balmy temps near 50.cooler on
if you went to the grocery store yesterday and thought it was busy... you're not alone. in fact ?i? was one of those last minute shoppers! workers at meijer say the day before the busiest grocery shopping days of the year.they say there are 5 items people usually forget -- cream cheese, cream of mushroom soup, celery, butter and sweet potatoes. "meijer as a midwest retailer is going to sell approximately 1 million turkeys as a company this season. today it's all about butter. we sell 22 percent more butter than we do any other day of the year
grocery stores are expected to be busy this morning too. we'll have a live report from a local grocer... coming up in our next half hour. 3 ambulance drivers want to make sure everyone has something sweet to go with their thanksgiving meals today. curtis ambulance crews dropped off pumpkin and apple pies at 'saint benedict the moor' and the 'milwaukee rescue mission' yesterday. the pies will be served during today's thanksgiving feasts. 1:16:27-39the things is these people at st bens and at the milwaukee rescue mission... they do th e year... we remembe rit usually on thanksigving and christmas, but these guys are in the trenchesevery day of the year helping those who are less forte fortunate 3 curtis ambulance has donated thanksgiving meals to hundreds of area families over the years. hundreds of sick kids at children's hospital just received a gift... thanks to a boy in burlington. burlington.vance wilks and his family... made the delivery yesterday.during september and october -- vance collected toys at his school... and at a drop box at "browns lake golf course."this is the ?third
out 975 toys. 1:27:09-19 it feels great, this is my favorite part of the toy drive, when we come here we load up and drop off. it's just so exciting to know that we're hopefully making a difference for somebody. somebody. 3 not to be outdone -- vance's sister created "parent packages" with toiletries... which were also dropped off. 3 3 laea for the holiday season.the packers are hosting the 11th annual "festival of lights" next saturday.the family-themed event is free... and features holiday movies, music, and card making. families can also decorate sugar cookies and take photos with santa.there's also a tree lighting ceremony. the tree will stand outside lambeau field. a green bay mother and daughter donated that tree.
making news across the country--- a ?sixth? child has died... from the tennessee school bus crash.now the n-t-s-b says... it's trying to figure out why the driver was ?even on that road.? road.? :25-32 in the course of looking at the history of talley road, we determined that talley road was not on the designated route for that school bus. bus. "johnthony with ?five counts? of vehicular homicide.that will likely go up to six now. the n-t-s-b is also looking into whether ?seatbelts? would have made a difference.police are asking anyone who witnessed the crash to come forward. 3 a sheriff's deputy k-9 in florida was shot and killed in a gun battle between deputies and an armed man. man.deputies were responding to a call about a fleeing suspect in deltona tuesday night.deputies say they were in the area looking for a wanted fugitive...when a man drove by recklessly on a dirt bike.authorities say the k-9
man when the man opened fire. deputies fired back and, during the shooto, the k-9 was hit.forrest was rushed to the hospital but died.the man involved in the shootout has been arrested. a shocking police ambush in idaho... and it was all caught on camera. camera.take a look at this dashcam video from monday night. in a spilt second... a traffic stop turns into a life or death situation.a man comes out of the trunk armed with what appears to be a gun... that's when officer tom woods wrestles him to the ground. no shots were :11-:19 (chief chris ankeny) "there's only split second to deal with that threat. the officer could have used deadly " force." 22-year old jesse harrell... who had outstanding warrants for failing to appear in court...was taken into custody. he's now facing new charges. police also arrested harrell's mother for obstructing justice. 3 a wine store employee in new york is recovering from burns to his hand and leg. leg.an e-cigarette ?exploded in his pocket!?
you can see his pocket ?start sparking.? then all of a sudden--- the e-cigarette ?explodes?--- several times. the 31-year-old was taken to a hospital. :00-:06 (byron gonzalez/witness) "out of nowhere a huge explosion came from one of my co-worker's pockets and it just shot at us." 3 the man is in ?stable condition.?his attorney says... he'll have to have ?surgery for his burns.? 3 a louisiana woman and her baby have a t this year...after they were rescued from a submerged vehicle.officials say the woman was driving the s-u-v.. when she and her baby were clipped by another car... sending them into a watery ditch. when firefighters arrived.. the vehicle was upside down. :47-:57 at this time of the year right now we have a lot of rain that has come down in the last day or two. and this ditch as they described is normally not that full of water. water. the woman and the child were taken to a local hospital. the extent of their injuries are
they were not life threatening. 3 police have arrested a man who traveled with his horse from south carolina all the way to miami.this, after concerned witnesses observed the condition of the horse and contacted police--witnesses described the horse as extremely weak, underweight and malnourished.officials believe the man used the horse to panhandle his way down the coast. :43-:57 (laurie waggoner, spca) "you can see his shoulder blades here, you can see the top of his spine, the individual vertebrae on his spine, all of his ribs. horse as a way to make money and the horse is the one who paid for it." it." the horse -- named trigger -- is now safe at the s-p-c-a.the man was arrested yesterday ... and he's charged with animal cruelty.authorities say the man told police he left south carolina with his horse after an argument with his wife. 3 a humpback whale... has taken up residence in new york. the animal was spotted in the hudson river on sunday... where it remains this morning. scientists say... it's ?typical? to spot whales in
maine or massachusetts to ?feed? before heading south to breed.this whale appears to have found a ?good feeding ground? right in new york. whale watchers gathered to catch a glimpse of the animal--- but would rather see it free in the ocean. :35-:38 "we need to help the whale. if i gotta spend thanksgiving in jail tonight, it is what it is." 3 the animal is in danger... because the hudson is ?traffic heavy.? the coast guard is warning boaters to slow down in the water... and to stay away from the anal stressing it out. 3 no, this is not a black friday shopping line...these folks are standing in line for ?pies.? some patrons stood in line for more than an hour... some more than ?three hours? to snag holiday pies from "flying saucer pie company" in houston. the store closed just before 6-pm yesterday... after running out of stock. -----------baking day and
-baked 35,000 pies 3 3 in your health watch ...pay close attention to your thanksgiving table today. heinz is recalling about five- thousand pounds of gravy just ahead of turkey day.the u-s-d-a says jars of bistro au jus gravy are incorrectly labeled as pork gravy.the product also contains milk and soy...but heinz did not label them as allergens.no one has reported getting sick after consuming the gravy. food safety officials say it's better to throw it away. 3 coming up ...with names like tater and tot.. you'd think they'd be dinner.but these two
while we've only seen wet conditions in our area so far ...snow fell in parts of the state yesterday.this was the scene in wausau ... which made commute for drivers.it was the first snowfall there of the season ... so many people were enjoying it .. especially those who are off for the thanksgiving holiday. 3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in
5-10 mph.black friday is chilly in the upper 30s with a few flurries possible and a continued west wind. thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather. temperatures start to warm up becoming slightly mild sunday in the upper 40s and even a few 50s with sun. next week monday, with balmy temps near 50.cooler on tuesday, back to the 40s with a few flurries in the morning as temps will still hover in the 30s.last day of the month on wednesday is chilly, in the
3 ((???1:15 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??15???)) ahead??15???)) thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w 5-10 mph.black friday is chilly in the upper 30s with a continued west wind. thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday with dry weather. temperatures start to warm up becoming slightly mild sunday in the upper 40s and even a few 50s with sun. rain showers return next week monday, with balmy temps near 50.cooler on tuesday, back to the 40s with a few flurries in the morning as temps will still hover in the 30s.last day of the month on wednesday is chilly, in the
3 in your "money watch"---- a jury rules ?against? wal- mart... in a decision that benefits ?hundreds of truck drivers? in california.the fresno bee reports... a jury has awarded truck drivers 54 million dollars in damages.the jury ruled that wal-mart was ?not? paying drivers for all of the time they spent working -- like when they had to ?wait in line? to load and unload their trailers. the jury found that to be a ?violation? of california's minimum wage laws. if you're thinking of buying a home...it's going to be little more expensive.
climbed above four-percent for the first time this year.that means it's going to cost more to borrow money.the rate has been steadily rising since donald trump's victory.keep in mind, they're still relatively lower than ...ten or twenty years ago. chief economist for the national association of realtors lawrence yun says ... the rates will likely continue to increase throughout the year. president obama has done his ?official duty?--- pardoning two turkeys -- tater and tot. he also had a little fun.the president said... his daughters were ?fed up? with all his bad puns at the event ?refused to show up.?he brought his ?nephews? instead. instead.1:05-28 melia and sasha by the way are thankful that this is my final presidential turkey pardon what i haven't told them yet is we're going to do this every year for now on. no cameras just us every year, no way i'm cutting this habit cold turkey. good one, that was pretty funny.
the two turkeys will ?spend the rest of their days? at virginia tech ... being cared for by vet students there. presidents as far back as "abraham lincoln"... have spared turkeys. but president george "h-w" bush is credited with beginning the ?tradition? of a pardon. 3 3 3 3 3 3 do you still need to do some last minute shopping for your thankgiving meal this morning? you're not alone. coming up at 5... a live report from a local grocery store! stay with
good morning everyone. it's thursday, november 24-th. 24-th.thanks for waking a backyard football game is a tradition for some families after a big meal... so will you be able to get that game in today? today?let's get you started with the turkey day forecast. heres meteorologist rebecca schuld. 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))thanksgiving: dry for the holiday with average temps in the low to middle 40s. more clouds than sun. wind: light w 5-10 mph.black friday is chilly in the upper 30s with a few flurries possible and a continued west wind. thanksgiving weekend: some sunshine returns for saturday