Things you need to know on November 30.

Thanks to MetroNews Source for the following.

  • It seems that the bodies of longtime owners of Bangkok, a popular Danbury Thai restaurant have been recovered from a New York reservoir. NewsTimes

 

  • It appears we drove safer over the long holiday weekend. Connecticut State Police say they saw fewer crashes and drunk driving arrests this Thanksgiving holiday weekend than last year. Between Wednesday and Sunday morning, troopers investigated just under 400 crashes. That's way down from 934 during the same period in 2014.

 

  • Amazon's Prime Air no longer a pipe dream. In a video just released Amazon says the new drones can carry packages weighing up to five pounds. The FAA gave Amazon approval earlier this year to test drones for Prime Air deliveries.

 

  • Here's a Christmas gift for that hard to buy for person! Swett, South Dakota is a ghost town that gained national notoriety last year when it was put up for sale. The bank that owns the town has dropped the price to $250,000 hoping to whip up new interest in the empty town. FoxNews.

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