What to Know
- The Thanksgiving holiday is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for Thursday, November 22nd.
The Thanksgiving holiday is here, South Florida – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know for Thursday, November 22nd.
Weather wise, seasonable temperatures and less humidity are in the forecast with high temps in the low 80s.
No.1 - There's a rabies alert in effect in three parts of Miami-Dade. The Health Department reactivated an alert for Kendall after a seventh raccoon tested positive. In Palmetto Bay, a rabid otter bit a man and in North Miami Beach the alert has been up for weeks.
No. 2 - The search is on for a man who robbed a convenience store in Fort Lauderdale who might be armed. It all happened at the Stop-n-Go food market on Northwest 31st Avenue and 12th Street.
No. 3 - Thousands of people are trying to make it to their Thanksgiving destinations. Here in South Florida, airports are expecting millions of passengers in and out through the weekend.
No. 4 - Millions of Americans in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states are waking up to the coldest Thanksgiving in more than a century. People in New York are on wind-watch and if it gets too strong, balloons on the Macy's parade route may have to be halted.
No. 5 - Amazon confirmed a data breach led to the disclosure of the names and e-mail addresses of some customers. The company says it was due to a technical error on its website, not a security breach. It's not yet clear how many customers were affected.
No. 6 - The turkey hasn't even come out of the oven and people are already lining up ready for some Black Friday shopping as some stores will be open throughout the day. For a full list of stores that will be opened and closed today, click here.