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Metro is adding trains and buses to get travelers to and from the D.C. region's three airports this Thanksgiving.
Deep-frying may produce a juicier, tastier bird that cooks in a fraction of the time a roast turkey takes to finish, but it can also result in a major fire or a trip to the burn unit if certain precautions aren't taken.
The high price of food will not prevent some of Frederick's needy from having a turkey dinner.
Of the more than 1 million people expected to travel, 95 percent will drive.
Metro is gearing up for Thanksgiving travel and says it is prepared to add trains and buses.
Which city should receive $1 million to feed the needy? Walmart is asking people to vote. D.C. and Baltimore are on the list of cities.
In the fight against hunger, local fire and rescue stations, Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue, Manassas Park and Manassas City are teaming up with SERVE, Northern Virginia Family Services and Prince William Hospital for the annual Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive.
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What do federal workers and Thanksgiving turkeys have in common? Mike Causey thinks he knows and you aren't going to like the answer.
Industry analysts predict airlines will charge $170 to $300 more for tickets, not including the hidden fees and surcharges companies tack onto peak flying days and times.