Get ready for the Thanksgiving travel-rush.
The TSA projects this year will be the busiest Thanksgiving for air-travel ever.
The rush is expected to start early on the Friday before Thanksgiving, but the busiest day will probably be the Sunday after Thanksgiving when everyone is returning home.
Related Content: Amtrak upping rail service for Thanksgiving travel
The TSA expects to screen more than two and a half million people a day.
That's 25 percent more people than a normal day.
- Former Toys R Us workers to get $20M in hardship fund
- CVS to close on multi-billion dollar acquisition with Aetna after Thanksgiving
- Gingerbread house rises at Mohegan Sun
- Politics of pot becomes more potent as sales begin in Mass.
- Can television shows increase risk of suicide for teens?
- Texas fugitive from justice apprehended in Waterford
- Report: Private yards could help Navy with submarine repairs
It may not be busier than normal outside the mall right now but by the time you get out for Black Friday shopping this place is going to be a mob scene.Read More »
- Malloy activating Connecticut's Severe Cold Weather Protocol
- Thanksgiving Day Football games rescheduled ahead of extreme cold
- Clear and cool Tuesday evening, severe cold and wind on the way for Thanksgiving
- Thursday snowstorm causes hundreds of crashes around Connecticut
- Rain to come overnight, stay for morning commute
- Wet snow makes for slippery sidewalks, difficult shoveling
- Winter storm leaves slippery road conditions
Students and staff at Three Rivers Community College in Norwich are helping...Read More »
Frank Lockwood and his pal Ryan Broderick, are about to realize their dream.Read More »
CVS Health Corp. expects to close on its $69 billion acquisition of Aetna...Read More »
Students and staff at Three Rivers Community College in Norwich are helping out some veterans this Thanksgiving.Read More »
The "all clear" has been given after students at Western Connecticut State University in Danbury were told to 'shelter in place' for three hours following a report of a gunman on the Westside Campus Tuesday afternoon.Read More »