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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.
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- A former substitute teacher no longer in the classroom faces charges with sexual activity with a minor.
INDIANAPOLIS -- It's known nationwide for rolling back prices. Now Wal-Mart is rolling back something else: its hours.
SANDERSON, Fla. -- Here on the First Coast we have a local Olympic weightlifter who won a medal in the superheavyweight division years ago. His name is Joe Dube and he lives in Sanderson.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla -- Several passengers at JIA are going on day three of flight cancellations and delays and there's no telling when airlines will get back to their regular schedules. Some have found alternate routes of travel while others are just waiting it out.
McINTYRE, Ga. -- First Coast News talks to the people you won't see on one of the most talked about television shows ever.
A prison riot that claimed the life of a guard continued into the
late night hours Sunday at Adams County Correctional Facility in
Natchez, Mississippi, with no clear word from authorities about what
By Roger Weeder
JACKSONVILLE, FL--Local school bus contractor, Gelaro Transport, is giving up the final two years of its bus contract because it's a hardship.
ATLANTA -- Gov. Nathan Deal said the decision by U.S. officials to allow
the construction of a new nuclear power plant will mean more jobs for
BRUNSWICK, Ga. -- The Brunswick Police Department has announced 2 arrests have been made in the Thursday killing of Brunswick baby.
As a police officer, where do you draw the line between protecting and serving your community, and protecting yourself?
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