6 Things to Know: November 26

 1. Rioters in Ferguson, Missouri burned a police car and broke windows at City Hall. Police responded with tear gas and smoke bombs. They arrested 44 people.

2. Protesters chanted messages of peace in Carbondale, Illinois. More than fifty people lined Main Street with signs and candles in memory of Michael Brown.

3. Today marks one of the busiest travel days of the year. The weather could hinder your visit, as an east coast snow storm could cause delays at airports across the country.

4. Crews will bring down a second in-water pier of the Old Ledbetter Bridge this morning. Yesterday, they took down the pier closest to McCracken County.

5. Paducah’s city leaders approved an extra $12,000 to complete the Noble Park bank stabilization project. The total cost sits at more than $204,000.

6. The famous balloons will come to life today for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. You can watch them float above 6th Avenue tomorrow morning right here on Local 6.

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