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    Nearly 40 people were shot by Sunday in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago  during the 2021 Thanksgiving holiday weekend. At least two of the shooting victims succumbed to their wounds. ABC 7 / Chicago Sun-Times reports 25-year-old Artilia Cunningham was shot and killed while sitting in her home “in the 7600 block of South May Street” Friday morning. She was in the front room of her home when someone shot through a window, killing her at approximately 1:45 a.m. A second shooting fatality was discovered around 7:30 p.m. Saturday night, when a male with a bullet wound to the head was “found under a viaduct…in the 8100 block of South Anthony Avenue.” Breitbart News notes 31 people were shot in Lightfoot’s Chicago last weekend, five of them fatally. HeyJackass.com observes 3,474 people have been shot and wounded in Chicago thus far in 2021, and another 737 have been shot and killed. AWR Hawkins is an award-winning Second Amendment columnist for Breitbart News and the writer/curator of Down Range with AWR Hawkins, a weekly newsletter focused on all things Second Amendment, also for Breitbart News. He is the...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Michigan Avenue's Canada Goose store was burglarized Thursday morning, Chicago police said.Someone threw a cinderblock into the window of the Canada Goose store, located in the 800 block of North Michigan Avenue, between midnight and 6:00 a.m. on Thanksgiving. They then proceeded into the business and stole merchandise before leaving the scene, police said.SEE ALSO | Wicker Park Foot Locker among 3 stores burglarized within an hour on NW Side: CPDPolice said the offender or offenders are unknown. No one was in custody. Area Three Detectives are investigating the burglary.Police did not say how much merchandise was taken from the property. Police did not provide a dollar value for the merchandise taken. Police did not provide further information about the incident.
    SOUTH SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A beloved Tahoe Park donut shop is cleaning up the mess after burglars smashed through the back door and cleared the change drawer early Thanksgiving morning. Beng Ly-Kok, owner of Village Express Donuts, said when he got to work Thursday morning, he noticed the lights wouldn’t turn on. That’s when he saw the back door in pieces on the floor. Ly tells CBS13 burglars flipped the breakers and broke security cameras, possibly destroying all video evidence. CSI was on the scene this morning, dusting for potential fingerprints. Instead of being angry, Ly spent his morning thanking his customers and his community. We’ll tell you about the big way Tahoe Park stepped up to help tonight on @CBSSacramento pic.twitter.com/xRBzONrOPh — Molly Riehl (@MollyRiehl) November 25, 2021 READ MORE: Holiday Shopping Season Meets Worker ShortageThe incident comes three weeks after Village Express Donuts had its front windows smashed in, costing the donut shop more than $2,000. “He’s got insurance,” says Isaac Gonzalez, President of the Tahoe Park Neighborhood Association, “but you know, insurance doesn’t cover your time,...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Multiple North Texas cities hosted Turkey Trots Thursday morning, in the form of 5K races and mile-long fun runs and walks. In Downtown Dallas, the annual Dallas YMCA Turkey Trot was back for the 54th time on Thanksgiving morning after being virtual in 2020 due to the pandemic. Approximately 15,000 people attended the event, including runners in the 5K or 8-mile races, staff and volunteers. Dallas YMCA Turkey Trot 2021 (Jcredit: im Herndon from On Location Portraiture) Donations and proceeds from the Dallas YMCA Turkey Trot benefit Y programs. This year’s theme was “Thankful Together” with proceeds supporting the Y’s Community Health programs that help families dealing with diabetes, nutritional challenges and weight loss struggles.  
    The early morning hours of Thanksgiving Day saw multiple road collisions around the Bay Area that resulted in at least two deaths. A four-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 101 in Belmont led to the death of a woman, while a three-car pileup in unincorporated Brentwood killed at least one person. Authorities responded at about 3 a.m. to the northbound lane of Highway 101 near Ralston Avenue in Belmont, where they found a severely damaged green 1991 Honda Accord blocking a lane, as well as three other vehicles that had crashed into it. California Highway Patrol officers suspect the Accord may have already been involved in a hit-and-run crash that resulted in the car idling in the left lanes, without lights on and facing the wrong direction. Some time later, a red 2019 Honda Clarity crashed into the Accord, sending it rotating across the highway lanes to the right, where it collided with a 2019 Mercedes Benz. Moments later, a 2013 Toyota Prius crashed into the red Honda, authorities said. Responding officers saw citizens performing CPR on the driver of the...
    (CNN)The mother of Ahmaud Arbery expressed gratitude Thanksgiving morning for the guilty verdicts of the three men who killed her son, calling the moment "bittersweet." "This is the second Thanksgiving that my family and I will share without Ahmaud," Wanda Cooper-Jones said in an interview on CNN's "New Day" Thursday. "But this is the first Thanksgiving that we can look at that empty chair and say, 'We finally got justice for you, Ahmaud.'" Cooper-Jones' comments came the morning after three men -- father and son Gregory and Travis McMichael, and their neighbor William "Roddie" Bryan Jr. -- were found guilty in Arbery's killing on multiple counts of murder, among other charges. Guilty verdicts in the trial of Ahmaud Arberys killers met with relief and joy in Georgia and beyond"The word 'guilty' was a word that I wanted to hear 18 months ago," she said. "And we finally got that word of guilty." The three men were not arrested until May 2020, more than two months after Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man, was shot dead while out for a jog in...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A milder start this Thursday morning with low 70s across much of Broward and upper 60s across the rest of South Florida. Many areas are 14 to 18 degrees warmer in comparison to Wednesday morning temperatures which were in the 50s. READ MORE: What’s Open, Closed In South Florida For ThanksgivingIt is mainly dry Thursday morning with a mix of sun and clouds. But throughout the day, spotty showers will be possible. Highs will climb to the upper 70s Thursday afternoon. A few areas may climb to 80 degrees. There is a dangerous high risk of rip currents at the beach due to the strong onshore breeze. Thanksgiving night lows will fall to the upper 60s. READ MORE: Major Retailers Roll Back Thanksgiving Day Shopping And Close For The HolidayFriday will be a bit warmer with highs around 80 degrees. Stray showers will be possible. This weekend, lows will be in the mid 60s and highs will rise to the upper 70s. Another cold front arrives late Sunday. Monday, South Florida will enjoy a cooler start...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After a chilly and frosty night, expect a very pleasant Thanksgiving! Highs are forecasted to reach the mid to upper 50s under sunny to partly cloudy skies. For the evening, clouds will increase and light showers are expected between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m. Friday. READ MORE: War of Words: Bloodshed Continues In Baltimore As Governor, Prosecutor Fight Over How To End ViolenceA colder forecast is expected for Black Friday but there will be plenty of sunshine. The weekend will be chilly as well with highs in the mid-40s. Saturday will be sunny with highs near 45 degrees. Sunday, a quick-moving system will bring clouds and the risk of light rain or wet snowflakes if the precipitation begins early enough in the morning. READ MORE: Keep Those Turkey Juices Out Of The Sink To Avoid A 'Fatberg,' DPW Officials SaySunday’s highs are expected to reach 47 degrees after a morning low of 33. Look for a chilly but mainly dry Ravens game with temps in the upper 30s. Monday, the sun returns with a cool...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The city’s Thanksgiving Parade is back, and with it comes some road closures. There were some road closures Wednesday night as final preparations took place. Here’s a breakdown of what areas and roads to avoid if you’re making your way through the city. READ MORE: Thanksgiving Weather: What To Expect In Philadelphia, New Jersey, Delaware On Turkey Day, Black FridayParade Route Starts at 20th Street and John F. Kennedy Boulevard Eastbound on John F. Kennedy Boulevard to 16th Street Northbound on 16th Street to Benjamin Franklin Parkway Westbound on Benjamin Franklin Parkway (Inner Lanes) to Eakins Oval Around Eakins Oval to Kelly Drive Parade disperses via Kelly Drive and Spring Garden Extension Road ClosuresTuesday, November 23, 2021 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. – Eakins Oval between Kelly Drive and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive closed for street rehearsals. READ MORE: Gun Violence: City Records 500th Homicide After Woman Killed In South Philadelphia ShootingWednesday, November 24, 2021 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Eakins Oval between Kelly Drive and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — After the coldest morning since spring in Philadelphia with a low of 28 degrees Tuesday, temperatures are set to rebound significantly for Thanksgiving Day. Got plans for a Turkey Trot? You’ll still need to bundle with temperatures near freezing at 8 a.m. Afternoon highs will warm nicely into the mid-50s under abundant sunshine. READ MORE: Gun Violence: City Records 500th Homicide After Woman Killed In South Philadelphia ShootingRoads will stay dry Thursday evening for those traveling home from Grandma’s house, but areas of rain will develop overnight, mainly after midnight. Any shower activity wraps up by 7 a.m. to make for a dry Black Friday, but hold on tight to those shopping bags, as whipping winds will prevail through the day. READ MORE: How Bucks County Police Are Combatting Drunk Driving On Thanksgiving EveAdditionally, on Friday, plan for the arrival of winter-like weather that will settle in for the weekend across the Delaware Valley. Highs will struggle to reach the mid-40s and wind chills will fall to near freezing by late afternoon. Blustery conditions...
    LOS ANGELES -- Thousands of Southern California electrical customers had their power cut Wednesday and more than 200,000 others faced the same prospect as utility companies sought to prevent wildfires as Santa Ana winds developed.Red flag warnings were posted at late morning and were expected to remain in effect through much of Friday due to predicted strong gusts and very low relative humidity, the National Weather Service said. #RedFlagWarning in effect for Southern California from 10:00AM Wednesday morning through Friday at 6:00PM due to gusty winds and low humidity. This is #CriticalFireWeather so use caution outdoors. More tips: https://t.co/upBwccxXFO pic.twitter.com/ZOS1KBQzFH— CAL FIRE (@CAL_FIRE) November 23, 2021The strongest and potentially damaging gusts were expected from Wednesday night through Thanksgiving morning. Gusts to 75 mph (121 kph) were expected near and below Cajon Pass and near the coastal foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains."Fire danger will rapidly escalate during the night," forecasters said.The Santa Anas brought the prospect of public safety power shutoffs in high-risk areas to prevent wildfires from being sparked if the winds were to damage power equipment or blow...
    By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Hello! READ MORE: 2 NYPD Officers Shot In The Bronx, Suspect In CustodyHappy Thanksgiving everyone! We can expect a mild holiday, although we start off cold around the area. Expect widespread temperatures in the 30s and even some reading in the upper 20s in the Hudson Valley. READ MORE: New York City Council Passes Measures To Ease Congestion Created By Delivery TrucksThursday afternoon’s high is 54, with a mix of clouds. Showers are nearby for late Thursday, but pose more of a threat Friday morning… Expect a cold and blustery Saturday followed by more clouds Sunday, and the chance for a little clipper system to bring a little snow N&W. Happy Thanksgiving all! MORE NEWS: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloon Inflation Celebration Returns On Upper West SideStay safe.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A cold front will cross the area in the overnight, setting us up for a cold and breezy Thanksgiving Day. (Credit: CBS 2) READ MORE: Family In Shock After Delisa Tucker, 31, Is Shot And Killed In Same Spot In Roseland Where Her Son Kevin Tinker Jr., 14, Was Also Shot And Killed 2 Days EarlierPatchy areas of rain will move off to the east by sunrise Thursday, but a few sprinkles or flurries will be possible through the morning hours. High temperatures on Thanksgiving will be recorded in the morning, so expect an afternoon with temperatures in the 30s and wind chills in the 20s. (Credit: CBS 2) READ MORE: West Lakeview Neighbors Want Every Option Explored To Keep Trees From Being Cut Down For City Water Pipe ReplacementThursday night will be very cold with lows in the upper teens and low 20s. Wind chills on Friday morning could be in the single digits at times. (Credit: CBS 2) A rain and snow mix is possible on Saturday...
    Fierce Santa Ana winds descending on Southern California over the Thanksgiving holiday are stoking fire — and freeze — concerns, dramatically divergent phenomena that can arrive with the seasonal gusts. A red flag warning went into effect at 10 a.m. Wednesday for much of Los Angeles and Ventura counties and will last through 6 p.m. Friday, as gusty northeast winds and bone-dry air bring the potential for critical fire weather in the region, according to the National Weather Service. RED FLAG WARNING in effect from 10am Wed thru 6pm Fri for gusty #SantaAnaWinds of 40-60 mph and very low humidities of 2-8 percent. Now is the time to activate your emergency plan in case of evacuations during a fast-moving #wildfire, even at night. #CAwx #LAweather #ReadySetGo! pic.twitter.com/akstU2hTjq— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) November 23, 2021 Gusts are expected to top out between 35 and 55 mph, with intense isolated gusts of 60 to 70 mph potentially blasting foothill and mountain areas — paired with minimum humidity of just 2% to 8%. Winds are expected to blow strongest from...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It’s Thanksgiving Eve, and we’ve been fortunate this week with quiet yet cold weather conditions for local travel and trips to the grocery store. The weather will remain quiet on Thanksgiving and will turn mild with highs in the mid to upper 50s for most of central Maryland. Clouds will increase Thursday night, and some showers are possible after 10 p.m. and overnight. READ MORE: Beth Tfiloh Synagogue To Celebrate 100 Years, Kick Off Chanukah With Community Fireworks Display Here’s your Thanksgiving Day forecast. Temperatures are expected to tumble heading into Friday and the weekend. There will be a January feel to the forecast with highs in the 40s and overnight lows in the 20s for many of us. We’re also tracking a fast-moving, clipper-type system that will dive southeastward into the mid-Atlantic this weekend. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: Over 600 Hospitalized As Key Metrics RiseAt this time, it appears that upslope snow showers will be likely for the higher terrain in western Maryland. Depending on the track and timing of this system, it’s also...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Holiday travel is underway at Philadelphia International Aiport as Thanksgiving is just two days away. Airport officials tell CBS3 that with more and more people being vaccinated we are going to see travel numbers go up and come close to the pre-pandemic levels. CBS3’s Wakisha Bailey was at Philadelphia International Airport Tuesday morning as travelers made their way to their flights. Lines were formed outside the TSA gates where flyers begin to kick off their travel and just about everyone was excited to fly. READ MORE: Philadelphia Marks 497th Homicide Of Year After 32-Year-Old Man Killed In West Oak LaneSome travelers were opting for warmer weather traveling to places like the Bahamas and St. John USVI. TSA expects to screen about 20 million passengers who are going to be taking flights around the world over the Thanksgiving holiday and PHL International estimates more than 848,000 guests will pass through the airport between now and Nov. 30. The busiest travel days are expected to be Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday. There are a few things you’re going to want...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The chill is here today but will lift on Wednesday. I am going to quickly talk about what to expect both today, Wednesday and Thanksgiving day so I can get to the back end of the weekend. READ MORE: Pittsburgh Police Locate Missing 78-Year-Old Karen CenciI have a feeling internet guy may be jumping on the potential for some decent snow totals on Sunday into Monday so I will talk about that in a bit. Let’s start with the chill that is in place right now. Highs today will be in the mid to upper 30s. (Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center) Winds will be steady, out of the west northwest at around 10mph. This means wind chills will struggle to get over 32 degrees today. Skies will be partly cloudy overall, but there will be times where there will be hardly a cloud in the sky. There will be other times when it’s going to be overcast. Snow chances today are low, but there is lake effect snow occurring north of I-80 and upslope winds...
                                          Presented by ExxonMobil     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Monday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths this morning:  771,118.      As of this morning, 69.2 percent of the U.S. population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and 59.1 percent is fully vaccinated, according to the Bloomberg News global vaccine tracker. From a pending Georgia jury verdict about race and a jogger’s death to a nearly $2 trillion Democratic spending bill now headed to the Senate, Washington’s political conversation this week tilts toward questions about justice.   The Wisconsin case of 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, found criminally not guilty on Friday...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Ahead of the big holiday weekend COVID cases are surging in the region. In Minnesota alone new cases are up 53% over the last 14 days. Minnesota hospitalizations due to COVID are up nearly 40% over the last 14 days. There are concerns the Thanksgiving holiday could lead to an even greater surge and most hospitals are back to putting off elective surgeries. The increase in hospitalizations is coming not just from a rise in COVID patients but also non-COVID emergencies, as well as preventative health checks many patients have been putting off. For health care workers, exhaustion and burnout set in long ago. Emily Allen is a critical care nurse who has been caring for COVID patients since the pandemic began. She was a guest on WCCO Sunday Morning. “Our ICUS are completely full right now I’d say 70% of our patients are unfortunately unvaccinated but it’s not just the COVID patients, it’s all the ones that need surgical procedures and have life-threatening things going on. These COVID patients can stay in the ICU anywhere from...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — There will be a chill in the air as you prepare for Thanksgiving next week, but expect warmer temperatures to return by Thursday afternoon and evening. Tuesday, a strong cold front slides south through the Florida peninsula turning our breeze to the northwest dropping temperatures into the lower 60s and upper 50s. The breeze continues Tuesday night, but gets a little lighter by Wednesday. READ MORE: All-Clear Given Following Bomb Squad Investigation In Brickell AreaWith a clear sky and cool dry air over the area, Wednesday morning will start with a chill but warm up a little bit at night. READ MORE: Hundreds Take Over Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport Runway For A Good CauseThursday, the breeze turns to the northeast and eventually east. This will make for a milder holiday compared to the start of the week with highs pushing into the upper 70s after a morning low right at or just above 70 degrees. The air will still be relatively dry, but with an ocean breeze there is always a chance that a light shower my...
    Here's something to be thankful for: Although we’ll likely suffer the annual miles (and miles) of traffic backups, the weather in New Jersey doesn't threaten to be a problem heading into Thanksgiving. Forecasts of a pre-holiday mix of rain, snow and gusty winds were at best premature, a respected area weatherman said Saturday. At this point, in fact, “getaway” day on Wednesday looks to be sunny, meteorologist Joe Cioffi said. It starts with sunshine Saturday “pretty much from start to finish,” Cioffi said. Clouds roll in Sunday morning, but temperatures should move from the mid-40s on Saturday to the 50s, he said. Although a cold front arrives Sunday night, Cioffi said, it’s begun looking “weaker and weaker.” “We will see some rain overnight into early Monday morning, but rainfall amounts will be generally under a quarter of an inch,” he said. It gets cold Tuesday, with morning temperatures possibly dipping into the mid-20s. But they'll rise again before daylight's end, Cioffi said. Snow? No. The only true disruption Cioffi said he’s been watching are “breezy to windy weather conditions” through Thanksgiving Day....
    Here's something to be thankful for: Although we’ll likely suffer the annual miles (and miles) of traffic backups, the weather in Pennsylvania doesn't threaten to be a problem heading into Thanksgiving. Forecasts of a pre-holiday mix of rain, snow and gusty winds were at best premature, a respected area weatherman said Saturday. At this point, in fact, “getaway” day on Wednesday looks to be sunny, meteorologist Joe Cioffi said. It starts with sunshine Saturday “pretty much from start to finish,” Cioffi said. Clouds roll in Sunday morning, but temperatures should move from the mid-40s on Saturday to the 50s, he said. Although a cold front arrives Sunday night, Cioffi said, it’s begun looking “weaker and weaker," with wind gusts between 30 and 40 mph likely in the western part of the state. “We will see some rain overnight into early Monday morning, but rainfall amounts will be generally under a quarter of an inch,” he said. One to three inches of snow is possible in Northwest PA if temps dip low enough, meteorologists at AccuWeather say. It gets cold Tuesday, with morning...
    The Minnesota Orchestra is re-opening its Movies & Music series with music from Black Panther on November 5th and 6th. Click here for more. Also, Hark! Café is offering Thanksgiving pies and is hosting a Vegan Happy Hour on November 18th. Click here for more.
    The Masbia pantry in Borough Park drew long lines this week, with some traveling from across the city to collect staples at a time when the pandemic has increased food insecurity. This story was originally published on Nov. 25 by THE CITY. Sign up here to get the latest stories from THE CITY delivered to you each morning. Senaira Alvarez joined the line snaking along New Utrecht Avenue Tuesday morning, waiting to pick up food essentials from the Masbia pantry in Borough Park ahead of Thanksgiving.
    Officials urge coronavirus safety on Black Friday, after an unusual Thanksgiving for many Food banks face hunger crisis ahead of Thanksgiving PHT Morning Skate: No movement with Cirelli; Penalty-killing vs. Gretzky Welcome to the PHT Morning Skate, a collection of links from the NHL and around the hockey world. Have a link you want to submit for the PHT Morning Skate? Email us at phtblog@nbcsports.com. © Getty Images • Not that long ago, PHT looked at how the Blues might handle Alex Pietrangelo‘s departure. The thesis was that, while Colton Parayko can carry some of the load, St. Louis might be best served specializing. (With, for example, Torey Krug getting the most robust power play reps.) Broadly speaking, though, Pietrangelo himself thinks Parayko will “thrive” as the Blues’ No. 1 defenseman. (NHL.com) • After the Lightning signed Mikhail Sergachev to their latest team-friendly deal, could things thaw with another RFA, Anthony Cirelli? Not yet, apparently. His agent told Pierre LeBrun there’s “nothing new to report.” (LeBrun) • It’s hard to believe that, about a year ago, Akim Aliu revealed...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s a Black Friday like we’ve never seen before. Despite health expert warnings to stay at home, some shoppers were out early looking for deals. At a Brandsmart USA in Miami Gardens, masked shoppers began bargain hunting Thanksgiving night. At a Walmart in Doral, which was closed on Thanksgiving, long lines formed before the 6 a.m. opening. By 6:30 a.m. more than 400 people were in the store. More from CBSMiami.com Arrest Made In Deadly Pompano Beach Hit-And-Run Suspects Wanted In Thefts Of Over $500,000 Worth Of Construction Equipment BSO Investigates Death Of Woman ‘Found Unresponsive’ In Pompano Beach Those out early said this year is unlike previous years. “It’s not the same. I think it’s less people but everything is very unsure, not official, you know,” said Maverick Lorenzo. “We got here at 3 a.m. and we just posted up here. It was only us and them two and then everybody else started showing up at 4 a.m.,” said Gian Correa. Also happening at various malls and stores across South Florida, the arrival...
    EGEWOOD, MD. (WJZ) — The Joppa-Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company assisted Abingdon Fire Department with a house fire in Edgewood earlier Thanksgiving morning. The fire broke out in the 2200 block of Cedar Lane. #jmvfc8 is assisting @AbingdonFire on scene of a Dwelling Fire in the 2200 BLK of Cedar Ln in #Edgewood. First arriving units had smoke showing. The family is being assisted by disaster assistance. Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal is investigating. #breaking pic.twitter.com/YMqH3JVI36 — Joppa-Magnolia VFC (@jmvfc8) November 26, 2020 The first arriving units saw smoke rising from the house. The family who lives there is being assisted by disaster assistance. The Office of the State Fire Marshal is investigating this incident.
    For years, Black Friday in-store sales have crept earlier and earlier into Thanksgiving Day itself, to the consternation of those who cherish the holiday as a day of rest, and the delight of holiday deal-seekers. Not so this year, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Major retailers including Walmart, Target and Best Buy will remain closed on Thanksgiving, joining with chains like Home Depot that have held fast to a tradition of shutting down for the holiday. When the store doors do fling open on Friday morning, retailers are taking extra precautions to prevent a huge crush of crowds that could speed the spread of the virus. Most retailers have offered rolling deals, both in-store and online, throughout November and beyond, in a bid to spread out the opportunities for deal seeking.  Stores are also offering curb-side pickup and speedy delivery. For those who still want to shop in-store, retailers will require face coverings and have capacity guidelines in place to prevent crowding - and some will even offer a reservation systems for shopping. Below, DailyMail.com presents a Black Friday guide...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s no doubt that Thanksgiving looks different this year for many Philadelphians. Just like everything else this year, the weather isn’t going to fully cooperate. While Thursday promises to be mild it will also be wet. It’ll be a soggy start to our Thanksgiving holiday. But, the good news is it won’t be a complete washout. A warm front will lift into the area leading to steady rainfall early Thursday morning. Rain will increase in coverage and intensity through the early morning hours. After about 11 a.m. rain will begin to thin out and fall more scattered. Rain will continue to taper off through the afternoon giving way to a mostly dry and mild Thursday evening. If you plan on dining outside to safely social distance, you may be in luck. Daytime highs are going to top out in the low 60s, making it the warmest Thanksgiving since 2015. As drier air settles on Thursday night, a coat will be needed if you plan on spending time outdoors. The cold front should depart the region...
    By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Hey everyone! Happy Thanksgiving! We’ve been expecting wet weather for days now and it’s finally closing in. A warm front has passed north of the area, while the trailing cold front solidifies us in the “warm sector,” expect temps to rise early tomorrow morning into the 60s. We will see rain develop overnight and pick up in intensity during the morning hours. We could even be talking bit spot of convection (thunderstorms). Rare for November! Skies look to clear rapidly after 2 p.m., with some brightening skies in western New Jersey and portions of the Hudson Valley. High: 62. Friday is pleasant in the upper 50s, with more nice weather in store for the weekend. Monday could bring heavy rain and storms, so check back in for the latest! MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK 2 NYPD Officers Shot In Springfield Gardens, Queens; Suspect Dead Cash Rules: New York City Businesses To Face $1,000 Fine For Failing To Accept Dollars, Coins As Payment COVID In New Jersey: Newark Under 10-Day Stay-At-Home...
                  Presented by the UAE Embassy in Washington, DC     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It’s Wednesday! In a nod to the holiday, we’ll be back in your inbox on Monday to get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators, and readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 256,783; Tuesday, 257,707; Wednesday, 259,962. Americans have gone ahead with plans to travel and gather with family for the Thanksgiving holiday despite repeated warnings from the government as officials air concerns about the rise of COVID-19 case numbers and a troublesome period for the country.   Nearly 4 million packed airports and planes from Friday through Monday, marking the heaviest travel days since the pandemic took hold of the country in early March. Making...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A complicated setup will be moving through today and on Thanksgiving Day will bring warmer weather and the chance for spot showers. High temperatures on Wednesday morning are already a good 10 degrees warmer than yesterday at the same time. There are also temperatures just a couple of degrees away from yesterday’s high of 42 degrees. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Delays & Closings | Local Radar | Weather App | Photos The morning rush will be dry with milder weather in place. Rain is already just west of the area and there could be rain in the area as soon as 9:00 a.m. Photo Credit: KDKA Weather Center Once the rain gets here, there will continue to be scattered showers for the rest of the day. There will be periods with more than just light rain falling, especially for places along and south of I-70. Overnight rain showers will be the heaviest and steadiest. By the time the sun rises on Thanksgiving, most of the rain will have passed by. There will...
    The Bay Area will start Thanksgiving off cold, according to the National Weather Service. In a briefing Monday, the weather service said a weak cold front will arrive Wednesday, bringing a chance of isolated rain showers and an influx of colder air. Overnight temperatures across the region are expected to dip into the 30s and 40s starting Thursday morning. Lows in the mid-20s are possible in wind-sheltered spots. Temperatures will be the coldest on Friday and Saturday morning, according to the weather service. Widespread freezing conditions are not expected at this point, but vulnerable populations including the homeless will be at risk from the colder weather. Afternoon temperatures, meanwhile, are expected to gradually increase Thursday and through the weekend. In the same briefing, the weather service said large breaking waves are expected Wednesday and Thursday. Beachgoers are advised to stay off rocks and coastal jetties. Check back for updates. Related Articles Bay Area rainfall totals from the storm — here’s who got the most Photos: First significant rain of the season douses the Bay Area ...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — After a slight chance of a rain shower early Sunday morning, the day will be mostly cloudy with seasonable temperatures. Monday will be sunny, but there is the slight possibility for some light snow Monday night. That will turn to rain later in the morning on Tuesday. Temperatures will climb to the low 50s for Wednesday and Thanksgiving. Forecast Sunday: An early morning shower is possible. Mostly cloudy. High 45. Sunday night: Partly cloudy. 32 Monday: Mostly sunny. High 44. Also From CBS Chicago: With PlayStation 5 In High Demand, Oak Forest Brothers Learn Hard Way That Scammers Are Taking Advantage South Suburban Homeowners Have Seen Staggering Property Tax Bill Increases, Officials And Residents Want To Know Why Neighbors In Horror After 3 Hunting Dogs Take Over Block In Ashburn, Maul And Kill Shih Tzu
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Sacramento Thanksgiving morning tradition is the latest casualty of the coronavirus pandemic. On Wednesday, Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services announced that their annual Run to Feed the Hungry will be held virtually instead of in person. The run, which starts in front of Sacramento State and snakes through East Sacramento and the Fab 40s neighborhood, often attracts nearly 30,000 participants. Despite it going virtual, organizers say the race remains an important fundraising event for the food bank. Amid the pandemic, the food bank has already distributed more pounds of food (32 million) at this point than they did all of last year (28 million). The food bank reports that they are feeding more than 300,000 people a month. With these added pressures, organizers are urging people to sign up for the Run to Feed the Hungry as a virtual participant. People who sign up will still get a t-shirt shirt and custom bib number. The virtual run is still scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 26. People wishing to sign up can head to this website.
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