Here's what we're working on tonight for THE News.
First on THE News Now:
It's an annual Christmas tradition that lives on in memory of the man who started it nearly 20 years ago.
The family of Reverend Michael Guido continues to decorate his famous gardens for the holidays for all to see. Bureau chief Dal Cannady found out what continuing the tradition means to the Metter community.
Some of Savannah's leading men cooked up mouth-watering meals and it was all for a good cause. We'll show you what's cooking at the 9th annual Celebrity Men Who Cook.
Next on THE News at 5:00:
Today is one of the busiest days for holiday shipping with hundreds expected to hit the post office to get gifts to their destinations in time for the holidays. Melanie Ruberti is at the post office to see how they're handling the crowds.
There could be some new handicap parking rules in South Carolina that would make it harder to abuse the use of handicap spaces. Don Logana has been following this story and he'll have all the details.
Then on THE News at 6:00:
Police say the body of a SCAD students was found early this morning in downtown Savannah by a city worker. Michelle Paynter spoke with officials and she'll have the latest on the investigation.
Two teens from Virginia are still in an Effingham County jail, charged with burglary after deputies say they vandalized three churches in one night.
Brooke Kelley has the latest developments in the case. She also spoke with the pastor of one of the churches and what he has to say may surprise you.
Tune in tonight starting with THE News Now then come back for THE News at 5:00 and 6:00 and check out wtoc.com any time for the latest news, sports and weather.
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