SoCal Broils Under Record-Breaking Thanksgiving Heat WaveDowntown L.A., LAX, Long Beach, Burbank, Woodland Hills, Camarillo, Sandberg and Oxnard are among the cities that set new heat records Wednesday.
Thanksgiving Dinner Disasters: Expert Advice On How To Salvage Any MealSabrina Sexton, of the Institute of Culinary Education, talked to New York's CBS2 about tips on how to avoid a dinner disaster this holiday.
Patience, Plenty Of Time Needed For Start Of Thanksgiving Holiday GetawayPlanning on flying out of LAX Wednesday? Pack your patience.
Holiday Rush Is On As Travelers Crowd LA FreewaysThe freeways are crowded. The airport is crowded. The grocery stores are crowded. The holiday rush is on.
How To Turn Your Thanksgiving Gathering Into A PartyYou’ll need your rest this year after using these tips to throw the ultimate Thanksgiving soirée.
La Mirada Named Nation's Top Traffic Hot Spot For Thanksgiving Travel WeekendNearly 51 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, the biggest holiday travel weekend since 2005.
Crowds Camp Out Overnight For Turkey Giveaway In South LAIn South LA crowds were camping out Monday night for a chance to feed their family a Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings.
'Wear Your Seat Belt:' CHP Cautions Motorists, Increases Patrols Over Thanksgiving WeekendA spokesperson for the agency said all available officers will be on patrol during a Maximum Enforcement Period (MEP) to educate motorists, enforce traffic safety laws throughout the state and ensure everyone has a safe holiday.
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5 Non-Traditional Dishes To Serve At ThanksgivingThe tried-and-true turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and pie may never get old, but that’s no reason to be afraid to mix it up a bit this year.
6 Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes From Big City ChefsA trio of big city chefs have created a menu of delicious recipes for this year's healthy holiday meal.
Uber Teams With MADD To Offer Free Rides On Thanksgiving EveThe ride hailing service is teaming up Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) to offer Long Island residents and visitors free transportation