Thanksgiving travel could be harder due to weather
Thanksgiving is always a tough time for travel. This year, the Illinois Tollway expects around 9.2 million vehicles on the road starting on Wednesday. Drivers could run into a winter storm on Wednesday, causing even more delays and traffic. Accuweather is predicting a winterlike storm for the Midwestern region starting Tuesday evening and lasting until early on Wednesday.
Chicago cubs player Anthony Rizzo helped to raise millions for kids fighting cancer in his hometown, Parkland, Florida. He himself was diagnosed with cancer at the start of his career and fought the disease into remission. In 2012, Rizzo launched the Anthony Rizzo Family Foundation to help children nationwide who are diagnosed with cancer. Rizzo says he’ll keep on holding fundraisers until cancer is cured.
Worst Time For Thanksgiving Travel Could Coincide With IL Storm
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and planning the logistics of your holiday travel can be a stressful affair. The same question seems to emerge every year: When is the best time to hit the road in the Chicago area?
The Illinois Tollway expects nearly 9.2 million vehicles on toll roads this Thanksgiving holiday starting Wednesday, Nov. 27, through Monday, Dec. 2, as families and friends flock to grandma’s house for their annual feasts. The tollway expects the heaviest traffic on Wednesday, when nearly 1.9 million vehicles are projected to hit the road. On an average day, more than 1.6 million vehicles use the Illinois Tollway. Learn more
Summary: Thanksgiving is always a tough time for travel. This year, the Illinois Tollway expects around 9.2 million vehicles on the road starting on Wednesday. Drivers could run into a winter storm on Wednesday, causing even more delays and traffic.
Chicago Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo helps fight cancer
Before superstar Anthony Rizzo helped the Chicago Cubs win the World Series three years ago, he had an even more formidable opponent: cancer.
Diagnosed at the start of his career, Rizzo took on that challenge like a pro. The Parkland-born ball player, then 18, sent his cancer into remission in just six months. Read more
Summary: Chicago cubs player Anthony Rizzo raised millions for kids with cancer recently in his hometown of Parkland, Florida. He fought the disease himself when he was diagnosed at the beginning of his career.
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