Today on THE News Now

Sonny Dixon here to tell you what's coming up today on THE News Now:

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and that means millions of people will be taking to the roads or the skies today on their way to their final holiday destinations. We'll check in at the airport and on the interstates to see how holiday travel is going today.

The Georgia-Florida rivalry is heating up once again - but this time, it's all for a good cause. Fans on both sides are rolling up their sleeves for the annual Georgia-Florida blood drive. Tim Guidera was at the Red Cross today to monitor this "blood feud".

Red Kettle bell ringers with the Salvation Army are going high-tech this year. Several kettle locations in the Lowcountry are now accepting credit cards and as Jaime Dailey found out, the Salvation Army is hoping new technology will bring in more donations.

And don't forget to visit the WTOC Facebook page and check out the discussions. There's a hot one going on right now about the animal rights group, PETA's, request that the University of Georgia NOT name a new "UGA". They suggest some kind of mechanical dog ... really! Jump on in there yourself - then join us around the WTOC water cooler.

Tune in for THE News Now starting at 4:00 for these and today's top stories and weather. And don't forget, you can join us on TV or online at - the only live streaming newscast in the region.