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STATEWIDE — Many major retailers are staying closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.Several stores have decided to close their doors on Thanksgiving Day, including Home Depot, Lowe’s, Nordstrom, REI, Menards and Staples.The National Retail Federation’s anticipates that November and December sales will increase 3.6 percent from last year.
Nationwide—Labor day weekend is one of the busiest on the roads and is the final weekend in the Summer’s 100 Deadliest Days of Driving. Before you hit the road for your weekend plans, check out this list of the deadliest highways in the US. Indiana’s deadliest highway is I-70 with 17 fatalities during the summer months. I-70 and I-80 are both top three deadliest highways in six different states. Florida has the state road with the highest number of traffic fatalities during this time period. There were 160 deaths on I-10 during summertime in 2015, 2016, and 2017. That’s the most on a single road on the entire list.Check out our full report and safety guide by clicking here.