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>> welcome back to the show. which emmy winning actress auditioned for the title role in katherine heigl who today turned 38. >> doing well though. we hope you have a wonderful thanksgiving. we know we did. we competed in the annual thanksgiving cook off. i did. yes, it is. everybody is really go food drive benefitted the food pantry in north hollywood. >> everyone deserves a happy thanksgiving. enjoy the rest of yours. >> enjoy, everybody. bye-bye. shooting but are expeco survive. cleveland heights police are asking for help identifying a driver that hit a 10-year-old boy walking yesterday then left the scene. they released these surveillance videos of the suspect's car.
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chrysler pt cruiser. possibly missing the front drivers side hub cab. it would most likely have front end damage. if you recognize this car or the driver call cleveland heights police at the number seen on the bottom of your screen. you can remain anonymous. coming up a backyard tradition. how a local turkey bowl raised a million dollars for families in need. plus it's the good stuff story you might remember. the latest milestone. >> channel 3 news at 11:00 is >> channel 3 news at 11:00 is made possible why do protein drinks taste chalky? then get worse? introducing protein shots from 5-hour energy. protein shots from 5-hour energy are smooth and tasty, and still deliver 21 grams of protein with 100 calories. they're great for workouts, no matter how you work out... whether you're going for reps... or laps... or distance. you gotta try it... period.
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you're watching channel 3 news at 11:00. >> while you were all thinking about what we're thankful for, we hit the rewind button on a story that many inspired by. don kendrick checks in with a hall of famer family for a lesson in gratitude. >> remember the baby born with a liver that didn't work. >> we're on our way to the cleveland clinic main campus where he'll get his new liver. >> his mother who had just given him life saved his life again five months later by being his living organ donor.
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and now a year post life saving transplant later. brody is walking now. an all out dance machine. so much healthy baby brody good stuff good vibes going on. everyday, not just on thanksgiving it's been --. >> pray and be thankful for this modern technology and the medicine and the cleveland clinic we have in our backyard. milestone. this guy keeps moving. now he just gives me mom heart attacks. as we've gone through all these things we've recognized what an amazing gift we've received and organ transplant, and there's not a day that goes by that we don't high five each other and say we did it, we made it. >> that kind of good stuff
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story. there are now 4,000 plus people following the family and trying to live by her infectious positive mojo. including a channel 3 viewer who became the good stuff himself. when he made this for the family that we surprised them with tonight. >> oh my gosh, are you serious? >> see how it works. contagious in catching on. the good stuff story is bringing >> oh my god it's amazing. >> the good stuff is everything. that's what we need to focus on. that's what we need to help others believe in themselves. know how resilient the human spirit is. what we're capable of if we lift and love each other. >> don't you love it. here's to lifting up and loving each other all yearlong. that's the essence of the good
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mo >> thanks, don. fill up on this good stuff too. it started as a pickup thanksgiving football game nearly 30 years ago. but now the meadows turkey bowl in medina is breaking records. today it raised $245,000 for families up against unthinkable odds. organizer mike meadows and his wife have raised over a million dollars over the last 30 years. last year some of the money went to a woman who lost organs due bills and food for families that need it. a thanksgiving day tradition for a west side restaurant is back for the first time in six years. for more than 30 years michael's restaurant in rocky river served its customers and those in need a free meal on thanksgiving. they started the tradition as a way to say thank you to the community. but when the economy took a turn, he had to stop doing it. this year with the help of the restaurants new neighbor whole
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tradition back. >> the week before or two weeks before the people that were calling you going to do it again, you going to do it again and my heart breaking to say no. so now this year with the help of whole foods and thank god i say open the door. >> they feed about 1,000 people a year. that means over the years they've served more than 30,000 people. if you're looking for something to do for this weekend for the entire family make sure you check out the ice rink at public square. it's open and saturday the cleveland foundation is offering a free skate for anyone that shows up. the rest of the winter festivities are back in public square as well. the season will kick off. it's hosted this year by channel 3's own danielle wiggins. we have a list of the events right now on wkyc.com.
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no snow. >> i'm trying to work off some serious turkey right now. and as soon as i put it into my body, and thank you to our bosses who catered in a phenomenal thanksgiving dinner for all of us from barrister's downtown for all of us. it became like this. i'm seriously considering having you roll me over there to do the forecast. >> i can help. >> that's about how it's going to happen. let's take a look at what's going on as far as tomorrow goes. we're tonight. and this is been par for the course for today. we've had a murky afternoon and that will be the case tonight. the visibilities have gone down to as low as 3 miles at times. as we go through the rest of the night from time to time. those visibilities come and go. if you have any overnight shopping plans that take you out and about across northern ohio be advised of that. we have drizzly and springly areas happening and a southwesterly wind. you can see it barely showing up on the radar.
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so some wet roads are a possibility. the big picture shows we're not alone in this. there's a lot of showery weather going on across the northern great lakes region. but the air is colder farther to the west. that will trigger a change in northern ohio late tomorrow. we'll go from rain over to snow in some places. with a rain snow mix in others. that will carry us then into saturday. so into the early morning we go. temperatures in the upper 30s. we won't have to deal with any rain s showers mostly paralleling the lake shore. then that's going to be the trend for the day. if you have plans lakeville out towards madison on the lake and shoreline areas you are going to deal with periodic showers throughout the day tomorrow. the rest of us deal with the fog and drizzle we had throughout the day today. once we get into the afternoon
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of these rain showers farther south. that will open up more of lake eerie as well. some lake enhanced rain coming in. this is 10:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. you're starting to see some of the rain snow mix changing to snow showers. we have possibilities for snow on saturday. most of the secondary will be very light, maybe a coating. while the primary areas could be dealing with an inch to m three if this gets persistent. but showers are a good part of the forecast east on saturday with dry weather west and south. so akron down into dover with the dry conditions for saturday afternoon. and saturday night we start to see all of this winding down as we set up for a beautiful sunday. as far as tomorrow goes we will see foggy and damp conditions for a good part of the day with the rain showers arriving changing to a rain snow
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nation forecast we stay in the 40s through saturday with the rain snow mix chance continuing. sunday we dry it out. we have quite a few clouds around and monday late day into tuesday we get a big push of heat all the way into the upper 50s. >> cool. >> yeah getting crazy. but that's because a big surge of moisture is coming along as well. so we will have rain to contend with on tuesday. >> thanks betsy. coming up thanksgiving means football for many of you and lots of if to you missed any or all of the nfl games today or you want to see them again we've got you covered. dave has the highlights next.
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and now the kia of bedford sports report. >> it's officially black friday now. which means it's been a long day of football. >> i'm with betsy watched a lot of football and found a way to work as well. >> how about it. >> not a bad deal as we wrap up another thanksgiving of football. again we ask when will the browns be relevant again. when will they play in big games? this sunday is big for the giants. browns trying to avoid 0-16. to answer my question it will happen when they draft better and score points. the last three games ten points, 7 points, 9 points.
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much. they're not quitting but it's getting to them. especially the vets you see that clearly. >> it's a tough season. no one likes losing. and you know the browns, we've been losing for a while now. so it's not fun. but we've got to keep fighting. >> yes they do. the browns injury report a bit more crowded than last week. but rg iii is back out there. on a day of thanks h to have another chance. he has a long list of injuries yes but says he won't be thinking about that. >> if you step out on the field and you're thinking about not getting hurt then you're going to get hurt. so i never take that approach. i advise anybody that's playing that's come back from an injury to never take that approach. you know, you can't, some things you can't control. i can't control what happened in the philly game. you know with the guy getting the hit on my shoulder trying to
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>> three nfl games today. no andrew lucks for the colts but the steelers had big ben and antonio brown. that's dangerous. the combo connected for three touchdowns. bell had a touchdown, colts had their chances but it got away from them. steelers are now 6-5. redskins the versus the cowboys and the dallas do it again. daq prescott prescott and zeke elliott finally put them away. cowboys win their tenth straight game 31-26 is the final. turkey day in detroit means we get the lions. and those fans, two teams that are battling for the playoffs.
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just tied the game and the lions win 16-14. they are in sole possession of first place in the nfc north. we only have two more nights of sleep before we can finally watch the game. ohio state currently a six and a half point favorite of michigan. i might not be going out on a limb here. but i believe the barrett. if he can lead a balanced attack the buck eyes win. >> something bigger than myself. i say this all the time. bigger than myself, bigger than the people in the locker room. buckeye nation. part of the football teams in the past. that's bigger than ourselves and responsibility to go out there and win a game. so i think that's, i think that's all that matters. >> today was senior tackle a
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the senior buckeyes hit a tackling dummy one last time in their final practice before michigan. 21 high school seniors will experience their final home game. everything about this week is special when it comes to this game. and i cannot wait for saturday. >> i was talking to my cousin today who's an ohio state student currently. so they're just hoping that changing some of those traditions, >> i heard they might do that. i'm sure a lot of former students are upset about that.
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tonight, working holiday. donald trump tweeting about a campaign promise, as new details and questions emerge about how often he's receiving intelligence briefings. giving thanks. the celebrations and traditions at home and abroad, as retailers work to get holiday shoppers off the computer and into a teenager killed. a 62-year-old man charged with murder. what the suspect allegedly said that has the fbi looking to whether this was a hate crime. and virtual house call. the hi-tech health care trend that's spreading. telemedicine, even if your doctor isn't that far away. "nightly news" begins now. from nbc news world headquarters in
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lester holt. good evening. i'm kate snow in for lester on this thanksgiving night. congratulations if you successfully avoided talking politics over the turkey. but there is political news to cover tonight. from his estate in florida this morning, president-elect donald trump tweeted he was working hard this holiday. trump talking about a campaign pledge to save jobs at a plant in indiana. as a top aide tweeted that trump loyalists are warning against mitt ry choice for secretary of state. with cabinet appointments and meetings occupying much of his time, we've learned the president-elect has chosen not to receive daily u.s. intelligence briefings. we have it all covered from mar-a-lago tonight with kristen welker. >> reporter: donald trump celebrating his first thanksgiving as president-elect at his sprawling palm beach estate. eager to show he's not just relaxing, tweeting, trying to get carrier to stay in the company. the company in the
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trump target on the campaign trail. carrier confirming they're in conversations, but so far, no announcements. it all coincides with striking revelations, intelligence officials telling nbc news mr. trump has only received two intelligence briefings since the election, far fewer than the daily briefings that are expected. >> by not having daily briefs, he's risking the security of the united states. >> reporter: "the washington post" first noting that mike pence is getting briefed almost every day. the sessions sdiped to give a summary of key security intelligence from all 16 intelligence agencies, as well as the cia's covert operations. during president obama's transition, he requested extra briefings. president george w. bush got into a daily routine after the florida recount. >> there is nothing as important as these briefings for the president of the united states. if he discounts them, then, of course, it's possible there could be ramifications.
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transition team stressing national security is donald trump's top priority. one senior intelligence official cautions, it's too early to draw broad conclusions with trump busy forming his administration. so who will be named next? all eyes on secretary of state. the top contenders, new york mayor rudy guiliani, a trump loyalist, and mitt romney, one of trump's biggest critics during the primary. >> donald trump is a phony, a fraud. >> reporter: but today, one of trump's top advisers seemed to ck tweet raising loyalty in past secretaries of state, a sentiment echoed by other trump allies. >> i can think of 20 other people who would be more naturally compatible with the trump vision of foreign policy. >> reporter: meanwhile, yet another sign trump may be moderating. after criticizing nato as a candidate, today the alliance's secretary-general insisting donald trump is dedicated. >> donald trump stated clearly he supports
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rival, hillary clinton, she was spotted doing a little thanksgiving shopping yesterday. today she tweeted out, happy thanksgiving. she currently leads donald trump by more than two million votes in the popular vote. kate? >> kristen welker down in florida, thank you. happy thanksgiving. hopefully by now you've had your fill of turkey. it's truly a day of celebration from the millions visiting new york, to our troops stationed overseas. tammy leitner has us covered on all of today's >> reporter: 3.5 million packed the streets to take part in a new york city parade that's become an american tradition. security was at an all-time high this holiday. from eyes in the sky to canines on the ground. >> did you come here just for this? >> yes. >> you are kidding me. >> reporter: performers from all over. >> thank you. >> reporter: spectators straining to catch a glimpse of their favorite
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half mile parade route. some new faces, diary of a wimpy kid, and a comeback for felix the cat. >> it's been a great experience. >> reporter: for this lit girl, a chance to see her hero, olympic gold medalist, laurie hernandez. >> i cried. >> reporter: in southern california, some celebrated their first thanksgiving. volunteers delivering meals to syrian refugees. >> it really means a lot that we're delivering these meals to refugees, to these mi it's just kind of like the true meaning of thanksgiving. >> reporter: charity turkey trots from maryland to california. for those hoping to burn some calories before their thanksgiving feast. >> happy thanksgiving! >> reporter: our troops overseas, sending a message of their own. >> i'm safe and well. i wish all my family members a happy thanksgiving and a happy holidays. >> reporter: a surprise call from their commander in chief, who had this message today. >> thanksgiving
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differences, we're still one people. part of something bigger than ourselves. >> reporter: no better reminder than millions coming together. to catch a glimpse of saint nick. back here in new york, there were 3,000 nypd officers on the parade route today. we're told there were no problems, but the show of force could become the new normal. kate? >> tammy leitner, thank you. after a day of being thankful for what we more american than heading out to buy the stuff we don't have? black friday has already begun in many places and as jo ling kent reports, the race is on to steal those deals. >> reporter: thousands of americans rushing into stores before the thanksgiving dishes are done. >> little bit off you get, always helps a little bit. >> reporter: grabbing hot deals and deep discounts, some camping out overnight before thanksgiving. >> probably you save about $300 on it.
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christmas. >> happy thanksgiving. >> reporter: 137 million americans are expected to shop this holiday weekend. but this year, retail stores are under extra pressure to perform. black friday foot traffic was down last year, and is expected to sink again this year by 3.5%. more people going on the internet than anything into stores. consumers forecast to spend more than 50% of their holiday budget online this year. that's why malls are rolling out the red carpet to get you to shop. ri like valet parking and a personal concierge, even champagne. >> you feel special. you are more inclined to make more luxurious decisions. so if you're feeling special when you're shopping, you're going to want to spend more. >> merry christmas! >> reporter: santa claus getting a high tech makeover too. new interactive experiences built for kids. with virtual flight suits. and a life-size snow globe. >> what was it like in

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