On the latest version of Hot off the Wire:
- Police say a shooter opened fire at a busy Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia, leaving six people dead. The assailant is also dead.
- AAA predicts that nearly 49 million people will travel by car, and 4.5 million will fly between Wednesday and Sunday.
- In sports, there were no changes in the College Football Playoff rankings, the shorthanded Sixers got a win and the Brewers traded their starting right fielder.
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