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NAIA Hall of Fame and SOU wrestling coach Bob Riehm dies at 83 [Video]

NAIA Hall of Fame and SOU wrestling coach Bob Riehm dies at 83

The legendary coach who transformed the SOU wrestling program starting in 1969, died peacefully on Monday.

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Starkville Strong's Thanksgiving Drive Thru [Video]

Starkville Strong's Thanksgiving Drive Thru

a community group in starkville is lending a hand to individuals and families who may be having a hard time as the holidays began.

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Roundabout Opening [Video]

Roundabout Opening

Even the most experienced Columbus drivers are learning something new this week; how to navigate a roundabout.

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West Point police continue seeking information about 2018 disappearance [Video]

West Point police continue seeking information about 2018 disappearance

The West Point Police Department is still looking for a man who disappeared in 2018.

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North Texans Flock To Christmas Tree Lots [Video]

North Texans Flock To Christmas Tree Lots

Robbie Owens reports from Dallas.

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MPD Changes No-Knock Warrant Policy [Video]

MPD Changes No-Knock Warrant Policy

Minneapolis Police will be changing the way officers can execute warrants, reports Kate Raddatz (2:36).WCCO 4 News At 5 - November 25, 2020

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USPS holiday shipping deadlines [Video]

USPS holiday shipping deadlines

USPS holiday shipping deadlines you will need to know to get your packages to family on time.

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GRAPH: COVID-19 hospital beds in use as of November 25, 2020 [Video]

GRAPH: COVID-19 hospital beds in use as of November 25, 2020

The latest hospital data shows 1,794 hospital beds in use by confirmed or suspected COVID-19 patients – 55 more than Tuesday with 198 patients discharged or transferred from hospitals over the past..

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Some Families Revise Thanksgiving Travel Plans Amid Coronavirus Pandemic [Video]

Some Families Revise Thanksgiving Travel Plans Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Some Families Revise Thanksgiving Travel Plans Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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Baltimore County Public Schools Closed Due To 'Ransomware Cyber Attack', Officials Say [Video]

Baltimore County Public Schools Closed Due To 'Ransomware Cyber Attack', Officials Say

Baltimore County Public Schools Closed Due To 'Ransomware Cyber Attack', Officials Say

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Broncos' Drew Lock embraces advice from Elway, Manning [Video]

Broncos' Drew Lock embraces advice from Elway, Manning

John Elway is the Broncos general manager. He also boasts a resume that makes him one of the greatest quarterbacks ever. His opinion on Drew Lock, the former Missouri star the Broncos committed to this..

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Volunteers pack Thanksgiving meals at Lambeau Field [Video]

Volunteers pack Thanksgiving meals at Lambeau Field

Volunteers packed 2,200 Thanksgiving meals Wednesday afternoon inside the Johnsonville Tailgate Village.

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Family finds creative way to see assisted living resident [Video]

Family finds creative way to see assisted living resident

Health officials plead with public to avoid crowded bars Thanksgiving Eve

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Bea Gaddy in need of delivery drivers to deliver meals, groceries to seniors [Video]

Bea Gaddy in need of delivery drivers to deliver meals, groceries to seniors

Bea Gaddy in need of delivery drivers to deliver meals, groceries to seniors

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COVID-19 Masks Complicate Identifying Carjackers [Video]

COVID-19 Masks Complicate Identifying Carjackers

Masks are essential for mitigating the spread of COVID-19, but they may also be emboldening multiple carjacking crews in Chicago.

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Can Investigators Come Close To Recouping Millions Paid By EDD To CA Inmates? [Video]

Can Investigators Come Close To Recouping Millions Paid By EDD To CA Inmates?

Prosecutors say they could spend the rest of their lives on this investigation and still wouldn't get back every dollar stolen. The process will take time and money, so investigators say they are..

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Longmont man says family averted Thanksgiving superspreader event [Video]

Longmont man says family averted Thanksgiving superspreader event

As some struggle with the decision on whether to hold a Thanksgiving celebration, a local man says his family averted a worst-case scenario by canceling theirs.

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Denver7 News 5 PM | Wednesday, November 25 [Video]

Denver7 News 5 PM | Wednesday, November 25

Watch part 1 of Denver7 News 5 PM | Wednesday, November 25.

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Texas Medical Association Rates Holiday Activities For COVID-19 Risk [Video]

Texas Medical Association Rates Holiday Activities For COVID-19 Risk

Erin Jones takes a look.

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Gov. Ricketts provides coronavirus response update [Video]

Gov. Ricketts provides coronavirus response update

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The most mask mandate complaints, but no citations: WheatFields [Video]

The most mask mandate complaints, but no citations: WheatFields

After months of not ticketing anyone, OPD issued two citations recently. But the business location with the most complaints is not one that received a citation.

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Two dogs found shot, wrapped in Christmas lights in Cheatham County [Video]

Two dogs found shot, wrapped in Christmas lights in Cheatham County

Animal control says the two dogs had been shot, placed back-to-back and wrapped in Christmas lights and holly branches.

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COVID-19 update for Nevada on Nov. 25 [Video]

COVID-19 update for Nevada on Nov. 25

COVID-19 update for Nevada on Nov. 25 as the state sets a new daily case record of 3.158

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Hey Y'all - Christmas Tree Hunting with Grumpy [Video]

Hey Y'all - Christmas Tree Hunting with Grumpy

Ivy and Grumpy set out to find the perfect Christmas tree.

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'Still Wanted To Enjoy The Holiday': Thousands Traveling Through LAX For Thanksgiving Plans Despite Surging COVID-19 Cases [Video]

'Still Wanted To Enjoy The Holiday': Thousands Traveling Through LAX For Thanksgiving Plans Despite Surging COVID-19 Cases

It's one of the toughest questions people are asking themselves this holiday season: to stay home, or to see family and friends?

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