What to Know
- The day before Thanksgiving is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for Wednesday, November 21st.
The day before Thanksgiving is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for Wednesday, November 21st.
Weather wise, the heat and humidity stick around with highs in the mid 80s before slightly cooler weather arrives for the holiday.
No. 1 - A South Florida man is in jail this morning accused of using a device to cover up his license plate. Florida Highway Patrol officials believe he did it to avoid getting charged with toll fees.
No. 2 - There are changes at the Broward Sheriff's Office following the MSD safety meetings. Sergeant Brian Miller is being investigated after officials say he failed to act during the shooting while Captain Jan Jordan resigned, citing personal reasons.
No. 3 - The CDC is warning people to throw away and not eat any romaine lettuce. There's another E-coli outbreak as 32 people have already gotten sick. Restaurants are also being warned not to sell or serve it for now.
No. 4 - If you still need a turkey for tomorrow, Feeding South Florida is giving out free Thanksgiving food this morning at the Power of Faith Ministries church in Miramar from 10am to 2pm while supplies last.
No. 5 - The Thanksgiving travel rush is underway! 54 million people are expected to board flights and hit the road across the country including nearly two million along traveling through South Florida airports.
No. 6 - The balloons that will be used in the 92nd annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade will be inflated today. This year, there will be 16 giant balloons and 43 new balloons and you can see them all live tomorrow at 9am right here on NBC 6.