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Romaine lettuce recall; exit brings even more traffic to I-4

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ORLANDO, Fla. – As the holidays draw nearer, the news continues to break in Central Florida. Here's the headlines you need to catch up this Tuesday:

Romaine recall

If you've worked salad into your Thanksgiving meal, it might be time to reconsider. Learn about the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's full warning on romaine lettuce.


Three I-4 exits merge

If you noticed a new traffic pattern while driving east on Interstate 4, you're not alone. Read about the three exits that merged on I-4 and how it will affect your drive in the future.


Video shows suspect firing at deputy

Graphic video shows the moments that police said a suspect fired directly at both a deputy and police officer on Monday. See body camera footage of how multiple officers reacted to the dire situation.


Robot blocking parking spaces

If you've always dreamed of reserving a parking space on Black Friday, a new startup may be for you. Read about how you can use a robot to block off a parking space at a local mall.


Turkey frying safety

Firefighters from Orange County Fire Rescue demonstrated both the safe and unsafe ways to fry a turkey this Thanksgiving. See photos of what happened when they lowered a frozen turkey into a hot vat of oil.


Video shows motorcyclist rip off mirror

A potential road rage incident took a violent turn when a group of motorcyclists surrounded a woman's car and started to attack it. Watch the video to see the damage up close.


Cruise passengers stranded

Passengers who were expecting a 10-day getaway on a Norwegian cruise ship are now stuck over 1,000 miles from home. Find out what is causing the ship to stay docked.


Keep your online shopping safe

One Melbourne woman is warning others about the dangers of online shopping after she paid for a product she never received. Read tips an expert recommends to make sure your online shopping experience is secure.


Stormy Tuesday leads into dry Thanksgiving

While Tuesday may be rainy, the rest of the week is expected to bring more pleasant conditions. Check out the full Thanksgiving weather forecast.