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Thanksgiving became a billion-dollar online shopping day for the first time this year as more consumers used tablets to browse for deals from their couches and e-commerce companies ramped up the promotions.
Stocks rose in holiday-shortened trading Friday, putting the market on track for another strong month.
Black Friday numbers are already in from some major retailers. Wal-Mart
said it served more than 22 million customers this year.
At least three people were injured in a shooting in a shooting related to Black Friday in the Chicago area early Friday morning, ABC News reported.
Street will focus on retailers this Friday as the holiday shopping
season kicks-off. Jim Cramer has his eye on Hewlett-Packard. Ruben
Ramirez reports from the Nasdaq Marketsite.
A five-year-old girl was killed early Thursday morning when the car she was in hit a tree on I-295.
TALLAHASSEE, FL (AP) -- A former Florida State football player again received a life prison sentence Tuesday for the 1993 shooting and rape of a student.
GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. -- A Clay County girl was born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a genetic disorder which left her without almost half the bones in her face. Now, there's a new bright spot in this girl's life.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Shipping containers are extremely durable designed
to withstand high winds, salt water and hold 60,000 lbs. so why not
stack them and turn them into a house?
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- The pipe is empty and the pajamas are polyester but
life brings other riches when you look like Hugh Hefner - and George
Kane of south Fort Myers certainly does.
Wednesday marked the 30th anniversary 241 U.S. Marines were killed in an attack in Beirut, Lebanon.
Governor Rick Scott announced during a meeting of the Florida Cabinet that $3.5 billion in state debt has been paid down.
Florida used to be a destination for those seeking prescription pain
meds. Pill mills littered Interstate 95, the parking lots filled with
out of state plates. But the crackdown has lead to a new problem.
JACKSONVILLE, FL -- First Coast News has learned the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Cold Case team has made an arrest in a 1985 murder.
Radiation from Japan's damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant is accumulating in marine life off Japan's coast above legal limits for food contamination, Greenpeace said Thursday.
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