Thursday, November 27, 2014


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It's one of those days for travelers. Millions across the Northeast are facing everything from heavy rain to snow as a Nor'easter blows through. The situation is complicated when you consider the storm is moving in on one of the busiest travel days of the year. Bill Carey was at Hancock Airport where many were hoping to make it where they're going for Thanksgiving.

Updated 11/26/2014 05:53 PM

For many people, the best part of Thanksgiving is spending time with loved ones. But with snow falling across the northeast, it's been a challenge for some to travel home. Alana LaFlore was at the Iroquois service area in Little Falls with more.

Updated 11/26/2014 09:15 PM

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Thanksgiving Eve is a Busy Night for Pizzerias

Friday is one of the busiest shopping days of the year. But Wednesday is one of the busiest days for restaurants. Many families are preparing food for the big Thanksgiving feast and choose not to cook. As Iris St. Meran tells us, many people are opting for takeout, and pizza in particular, on Thanksgiving Eve.

Updated 11/26/2014 10:57 PM


Ask Dan Eaton Thanksgiving Special

Dan Eaton is helping make your Thanksgiving dinner a success! Turning the turkey upside-down this year? Confused about cold-water thawing or cooking temperatures? The Cooking at Home chef responds to your top Thanksgiving cooking questions in a special video blog.

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High-Dose Flu Shot May Provide Better Immunity for Older Adults

You've probably already seen people sniffling and sneezing, as it's the middle of flu season. Doctors recommend everyone six months of age and older should get a flu vaccine every season. Katie Gibas reports on a new, high-dose shot meant to give older adults more protection. Updated 11/26/2014 03:24 PM


Stanley Theater Seeks Support From Local Community

Keeping a theater open isn't an easy feat, especially when the building is more than 80 years old. The Stanley Theater in Utica is currently operating day to day, surviving solely off of rentals and donations. If their income doesn't increase, Cara Thomas reports the theater could end up having to close their doors. Updated 11/26/2014 06:23 PM


Salvation Army in Watertown Prepares to Feed Hundreds

Six hundred people will need to be fed in Watertown on Thanksgiving and Salvation Army volunteers are doing everything they can to prepare. Elizabeth Jeneault explains what goes into making a meal that large. Updated 11/26/2014 06:31 PM

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