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CITY OF SYRACUSE

Many Shoppers Visit Destiny USA for Black Friday Deals

Consumers got an early start to getting deals for the holiday shopping season. They were out Thanksgiving night at Destiny and shopped into Black Friday. And many others will be making their way there all weekend. Our Iris St. Meran caught up with them as they made laps around the mall. 12:57 PM

While some were eating Thanksgiving dinner, others were at the store, standing in line for the big sales. Candace Hopkins has more on the holiday shopping.

Updated 11/27/2014 07:35 PM

There are many things to be thankful for: friends, family, a roof over our heads and food in our stomachs. On Thanksgiving, Clear Path for Veterans showed their gratitude to the men and women who keep the country free. Cara Thomas has the story.

Updated 11/27/2014 07:00 PM

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Black Friday Tradition Lives on For Many Shoppers

For millions of people, Black Friday is a time to do some serious Christmas shopping, but over the last few years, that's been changing as more stores open Thanksgiving night. Carmella Mataloni reports.

3:27 PM

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Healthy Living Special: November 2014

This month's Healthy Living special focuses on holiday health -- from food safety to the challenges people with addictions face during this time of year. Plus, get tips on how to keep the kids calm during all the excitement.

Updated 11:14 AM

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CITY OF SYRACUSE

Hundreds Enjoy Thanksgiving Meal at Syracuse Rescue Mission

At the Syracuse Rescue Mission, everyone had something to be thankful for on Thursday. Many came together to help those in need. It was also another record breaking year.
Katie Gibas spoke with both volunteers and those enjoying the dinner about what it means to them. Updated 11/27/2014 03:11 PM

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Food Bank Brings Turkeys to the Table

They serve one out of every four Southern Tier residents throughout the year. But for the Food Bank of the Southern Tier, giving families a Thanksgiving meal means a little more. Matt Jarchow explains how the food bank is partnered with local communities to give Thanksgiving dinner to families in need. Updated 11/27/2014 03:42 PM

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