Shoppers could not resist the draw of discounts on the day after Christmas. The consumers packed local shopping malls in hopes of finding big bargains.
The holiday season has arrived and with it the efforts to find the perfect gifts for loved ones. As the hunt for gifts gets going, so does the dread of returning the thoughtful presents that are just not the right fit. Follow these tips to get through the season of returns.
Wednesday is Christmas Day and lots of businesses and agencies will be closing early Tuesday and not open at all on Wednesday.
The Cathedral of St. Mary, for many, is the final stop in a long day of pre-Christmas activities.
As if the holidays aren’t stressful enough, the last thing anyone needs is a clogged sink or a ruptured sewer pipe in their neighborhood.
Christmas is just hours away, so for those who haven’t finished shopping, you’re almost out of time.
If you have a gun you want to offload, and think a gift certificate could really come in handy this holiday season, Saturday is your chance to do just that.
And the holiday shopping woes continue…want to give someone a high-tech gift but don’t want to spend so much money doing so? CBS4’s Vanessa Borge has several options for you.
If you shop at Target, be on the lookout for fraudulent charges on your credit and debit cards. The Secret Service is now investigating whether card information was stolen from Target in what’s being called a massive data breach.
Finding the perfect gift can be rather tricky–especially for someone who appears to have everything. But perhaps you haven’t come across some unique tech gifts that will please everyone, from the gardener with a green thumb to the world traveler, even Lego enthusiasts.