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We're getting a BOGO on chilly winds

Leftover north winds bumping around this morning making for a very chilly start for busy Black Friday shoppers! Warm coats and gloves will be a good idea as long as these brisk north winds keep blowing and that should be until later this afternoon. There's a great deal on sunshine today, too and highs near 60 degrees but the chilly winds will keep it feeling cooler than that. Sherry's most accurate #WeatherNOW forecast has a warmer weekend on the way as we get ready to close out November... Read More

Henderson man decorates entire neighborhood for Christmas

HENDERSON, Nev. (KLAS) -- Sometimes, you need a little help to get in the Christmas spirit, and that is exactly what happened in one Henderson neighborhood.

Tonight after Thanksgiving dinner, the Christmas lights switched on in Towering Mesa Avenue in MacDonald Ranch.

One of the residents there says her neighbor decorates their whole street for Christmas. He even provides the lights and helps people install them. Neighbors say he does it simply because he just wants to bring joy to the neighborhood.

Check out his work in the video above! ... Read More

Young Bay Area artist gets surprise call from Kamala Harris

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) -- A talented Bay Area teen got a special surprise just before Thanksgiving.

On Nov. 22, 14-year-old Tyler Gordon tweeted a video of himself painting a portrait of Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, who's also originally from the Bay Area.

Masked up, with the iconic Golden Gate in the background, Tyler's time-lapse video showed him bring Harris' smile to life.

See for yourself:... Read More

Ending to Chiefs game motivates Raiders defense going into game against Falcons

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- The NFL is buzzing about last Sunday night's classic between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Las Vegas Raiders. The silver and black felt they let a win get away, but they're learning from their loss as the prepare for the Atlanta Falcons.

The Raiders are thankful to be 6-4, but not exactly to the point of sending a plate of yams and casserole to Patrick Mahomes. The MVP Chiefs quarterback can go ahead and sit at the kids' table -- we don't have room here.

Last Sunday night, the Raiders had a 3-point lead with a minute and 40 seconds left in the game. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs proceeded to carve them up for a 75-yard game-winning feast.

It hurt, but the Raiders can't dwell on defeat and must spend their turkey time thinking about another formidable bird: the Falcons. ... Read More

Celebrate the holiday season at The LINQ's High Roller Observation Wheel

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Once you're all finished with eating and napping, there are some holiday displays around town you can check out.

The LINQ has a holiday light display at the High Roller Observation Wheel. It is synchronized to pop music and socially distant.

If you'd like to check it out, the shows run from 5:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. every night through Dec. 28.

For more information on the High Roller, click here. ... Read More

Southern Hills Hospital welcomes sweet Thanksgiving babies

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- This may be the cutest story you'll see today! Southern Hills Hospital welcomed some sweet little turkeys this Thanksgiving.

All the precious babies were decked out in holiday onesies, which were handed out to all of those born this month.

Folks at the hospital tell us they're glad to celebrate with these families, who have one more reason to be thankful this year.

Congratulations to all the new parents! ... Read More

Pandemic Thanksgiving: Las Vegas locals, tourists take precautions on Turkey Day

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) -- Just like the rest of 2020, this Thanksgiving is shaping up to be a little different. We spoke to Las Vegas visitors and locals about their plans during this year's more untraditional holiday.

"Today, my whole entire family is coming over," shared Zoey Dotson.

Last minute grocery shoppers say this is not the average Turkey Day.

"We are all going to have our masks on, even though we are family, because one of our cousins are sick, and we want to protect her," Dotson explained.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended small gatherings of two households or less and to consider virtual celebrations.

"Usually, we have a lot of family coming out," said Greg Kirkland.

People say families are getting together, it's just not as prevalent or relegated to locals. ... Read More