Mild Wx, Serial Killer in NYC, Win Cavs Tickets

A nice day with mostly sunny skies and temperatures rising to the mid-50s. Expect an increase in the cloud cover overnight and a dry start to Tuesday. A weak cold front will bring a few showers late Tuesday. Dry and seasonably mild air will be in place Wednesday into Thanksgiving. A cold front on Friday will bring rain and colder air which will lead into the setup for lake effect snow Friday night into Saturday.

TODAY: Patchy fog this morning, otherwise, mostly sunny. High: 55 Wind: SE at 5-10 mph

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Low: 38 Wind: S at 5 mph

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy with isolated showers late. High: 54

A possible serial killer could be targeting people of Middle Eastern descent in New York. The murders involve three Brooklyn store workers have been murdered since July. Investigators said the same .22 caliber weapon was used in the murders, which happened within a 5-mile radius. The latest victim, a 78-year-old man, was killed Friday. Detectives said the killer left the victim's face covered with store merchandise in each case. Lawmakers and community leaders are asking for help. "We would like for them to put together a tri-level task force that would include state police, the New York City Police Department and the FBI," said New York State Senator Eric Adams. "The FBI is well known for their ability to identify and profile serial killers."

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Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager