Six things to know 11/25/15

Here are six things to know for today.

Police need your help finding a missing woman. The McCracken County Sheriff’s Department says Cynthia Dotson was last seen on Meacham Lane around 3:00 a.m. Tuesday. She is 5’6" tall and weighs 115 pounds. If you have any information, call the McCracken County Sheriff’s Office at 270-444-4719.

It will be a record year for traveling for the holiday. Almost 47 million people will be taking cars, planes, buses, or trains over the holiday weekend. That’s the highest number since 2007.

If you are traveling down Interstate 24 this holiday weekend, expect it to be smooth sailing. Keith Todd with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the work zones in Lyon, Trigg, Caldwell, and Christian counties will be taken down tomorrow.

Zack Pittman is coming home today. He’s the McCracken County teen who was hit by a car back in May. Since then, Zack has been recovering at a hospital in Louisville. His mom Lori says they’ve arranged for an escort for Zack when they get to the McCracken County line.

The annual pardoning of the national Thanksgiving turkey takes place in the Rose Garden at the White House this afternoon. Two lucky birds will be given a pass by President Obama. The birds will retire to a farm in Virginia.

Balloons for the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade will be inflated and prepared for their big day tomorrow. This will be the 89th year of the department store’s tradition of marching down 6th Avenue in Manhattan.

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