Things you need to know on November 9.

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  • Friends and family are marking the one year anniversary of a Danbury mother's death. Gerard Sack says it's been really hard as the family deals with Rachel Sack's killing in a hit-and-run. Sack's family is offering a $10,000 reward for any information. Read more in


  • CT Gov. Danell Malloy says the longer delays being reported at Department of Motor Vehicles offices is not a surprise. Malloy says the state warned residents that it was going to take some time for employees to adjust to the changeover to a new computer system.


  • New York Sen. Chuck Schumer is urging the FDA to investigate caffeinated peanut butter. The product is called "STEEM Peanut Butter" and contains 170 milligrams of caffeine. That's five times the amount as a can of Coke and twice the amount as a concentrated Red Bull. Get the full story on


  • Preparations are in full swing for the 89th annual Thanksgiving Day Macy's Parade. The new high-flying balloons were taken for a test flight in a Citi Field parking lot and parade Executive Producer Amy Kule says all went well.

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