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Jackson Toy Drive - Dog virus - Black Friday shopping

Hello there!

It's a very chilly morning, so it may be a good idea to grab your winter clothes and warm up the car for a few minutes before heading out.

Holly Brantley will be live this morning sharing details on the Jackson Toy Drive and how you can get involved to help families in need at Christmastime.

At 5:04 Carly O'Keefe will be live with information on a woman who is facing felony charges for trying to smoke green beans in a jail.

A new dog virus is sickening dogs all across the country and we'll tell you more about it at 5:15.

Did you know? You could possibly become a millionaire from your 401(k). Join me at 5:24 for some financial tips.

The Anchorman Exhibit opens today at the Newseum in Washington!

Police are calling an explosion at an Oregon district attorney's office a "targeted attack." Details at 6:13.

Black Friday is almost here! I'll be in at 6:22 to tell you about the big deals and top items people will be shopping for.

Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news and weather starting at 6:45.

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