As discussed on the show, this Canadian mom was fined for sending her kids to school with (wait for it), homemade roast beef, potatoes, carrots and orange and some milk.  Missing (according to the school) was 1 part grain to which the school supplemented with a....."Ritz Cracker"  CLICK HERE to see the note that was sent home.

Several break-in's around the University of Louisville and shopping's silly season begins. What do you need to look for this year? With Tony is Louisville Metro Police SGT Robert Bevin.


This year for the first time many retailers will be open on Thanksgiving Day, but will the crowds turn out? CBS News asked Americans that questions. With Tony is CBS News Surveys Manager Jennifer DiPinto.

Join the American Heart Association and the University of Louisville as they host the fourth annual Healthy Family Training Camp, a program designed to get families plugged into the resources and activities they need to be heart-healthy. The event will feature various physical activities and challenges, meet and greets with UofL student athletes, health screenings, cooking demonstrations, and one free ticket for every attendee who RSVP"d to the UofL Women"s Basketball game against Florida State University. To register for the Healthy Family Training Camp, visit Tony and Cindy talk with Matt Rountree with the Louisville American Heart Assocation.