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November 18, 2015 10:32 AM

Drivers will give thanks for these road-trip necessities

More Thanksgiving travelers take to the road

Portable goods like expresso machines add convenience

Electric blankets and travel pillows address creature comforts

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    The Christian Center of Fort Worth held their 25th annual Thanksgiving Day dinner in Haltom City on Thursday afternoon. About 1,000 local residents showed up to eat a free meal and get a free bag of groceries as they left the church.