A man accused of driving his SUV through a Christmas parade in suburban Milwaukee has served notice that he'll try to convince a jury that he was mentally ill during the incident and shouldn't go to prison. Prosecutors say Darrell Brooks Jr. drove into the parade in Waukesha on Nov. 21, killing six people. On Monday he entered a plea of not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect to more than 80 charges. He'll undergo a mental evaluation and then go through a two-part trial. A jury will determine whether he is guilty of the crimes and, if so, determine whether he knew his behavior was illegal. That could be a tough sell for a Waukesha County jury.
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Sally French, a Travel Expert for NerdWallet, shares some great tried-and-true tips, along with a few new tricks to help you stress less during your holiday travels (or anytime)!
AAA Travel is predicting that 53.4 million Americans will travel for the Thanksgiving holiday, an increase of 13% from 2020.
Dallas travel agent Alex Ramsey is getting questions daily from customers uncertain about booking holiday trips.
It’s not even the busiest time of year for travel yet, and 2021 has already been chaotic — even for the most seasoned travelers.
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The Transportation Security Administration published some tips on Thanksgiving and holiday travel this year, helping people to be as prepared …
People are having conversations now, with many realizing they aren’t going to be able to celebrate Thanksgiving the way they normally do.
Obviously, there’s nothing “normal” about 2020.
In a year like no other, when indoor gatherings are suspect and family gatherings may be scrapped, who knows what the holidays will bring. Fortunately, people still pondering plans - and yet to buy airline tickets - may not be forced to pay for their delay.