*It's often reported the Wednesday before Thanksgiving is the biggest travel day of the year, not so according to the U.S. Bureau of Transportation. More people may fly on Wednesday, but when you add up all the different modes of transportation-- Thanksgiving is actually a busier travel day.
*Turkey emergency? Whether it's your first time cooking a turkey, or you're an old pro, you may have some questions. The people at Butterball want to help. You can visit their holiday how-to guide, or call their turkey hotline at 1-800-BUTTERBALL. You can also find cooking safety information on the USDA's Let's Talk Turkey poultry preparation guide.
*Now, how will you burn off that delicious dinner and pecan pie? You're probably too stuffed to do anything but walk. So you can plug your dinner into About.com's Thanksgiving Calorie Counter to see how far you'll have to march to burn off that bird. You may be surprised at the distance you'll need to go.
Friday, April 18 2014 10:13 PM EDT2014-04-19 02:13:23 GMT
A mother and her five-old child were taken to Fletcher Allen Friday night after being hit by a car in Winooski. Police say the accident happened around 8-30 at the intersection of West Spring and NorthMore >>
A mother and her five-old child were taken to Fletcher Allen Friday night after being hit by a car in Winooski.More >>
Friday, April 18 2014 5:16 PM EDT2014-04-18 21:16:40 GMT
Vt. State Police say a small plane has crashed on Interstate 89 north in Highgate. A state airport official confirms that a single-engine aerobatic plane was in the vicinity of the Franklin County StateMore >>
The pilot of a small plane parachuted to safety before his aircraft crashed on Interstate 89 north in Highgate Friday. More >>