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5 things you need to know - November 28, 2019

Posted at 7:35 AM, Nov 28, 2019
and last updated 2019-11-28 09:39:57-05

Good morning southern Colorado and happy Thanksgiving! Here's what you need to know on your Thursday morning.

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Community Thanksgiving meals in Southern Colorado

During the holidays, community organizations and volunteers come together to provide a Thanksgiving Day meal, so News5 has come up with a list of the organizations across Southern Colorado where you can enjoy a free meal.
CSPD locates vehicle stolen by suspect who escaped custody at hospital

Police have recovered a vehicle stolen by a suspect who caused a lockdown at Memorial Hospital Central Monday and remains at-large. The Colorado Springs Police Department found the vehicle Wednesday and said they are still searching for 35-year-old Randy Bishop after he escaped police custody at the hospital in downtown Colorado Springs.
Dry and above freezing in southern Colorado with heavier Continental Divide snow

Cloudy and cold today across southern Colorado, but with warm enough air to get some of that snow melted down in the Pikes Peak Region! We should stay dry across most of the region today, but a few stray snow showers may move east of the Continental Divide towards Teller and western Fremont Counties, as well as the Sangres.
Avoid costly mistakes by disposing of FOG properly

Thanksgiving can mean lots of delicious food, but it also means dealing with the cleanup. You might think dumping fat, oil, and grease, or FOG, down the sink is the best way to get rid of it, but it can end up costing you thousands of dollars.
Warning: Hackers can use airport USB ports to steal information

Have you ever plugged your cell phone into one of those USB charging outlets at the airport? Cybersecurity experts say you may want to think twice before you do it again because hackers have found a way to use these ports to access everything on your phone.