Southern California’s Black Friday has become shades of gray, and dripping wet.
Retailers across Southern California opened their doors early Friday for what is considered the unofficial start to the Christmas shopping season.
Two people were arrested after a fight erupted between shoppers in line outside of a Walmart Thursday.
Orange County malls and shopping centers are projected to have higher holiday sales than in 2012.
Many customers Thursday have started Black Friday shopping…a day early.
Eager holiday shoppers who finish up Thanksgiving celebrations early will have more options this year as more retailers extend their hours on Thursday.
Skipping Black Friday and shopping entirely online?
A woman who was the victim of a particularly turbulent Black Friday a couple of years ago now wants to share her story in hopes of preventing more incidents.
A number of retailers are opening their doors early on Thanksgiving Day ahead of Black Friday:
Retailers are taking to targeting customers over social media sites for 2013’s Black Friday.
Officers Monday reminded Black Friday shoppers of numerous safety tips and precautions to keep in mind during holiday shopping.
Candice Cerro, consumer savings expert with PromotionalCodes.com, visited the KCAL9 studios Monday to share the top trends for Black Friday 2013 early so that shoppers can be prepared and maximize savings!
Several Southland retailers have put their holiday merchandise on the shelves since before Halloween – even if most are unsure just what to expect.
Protestors showed up from around the state to support workers who walked off the job, claiming the world’s biggest retailer is retaliating against employees.
While many other consumers will simply avoid holiday crowds at shopping malls or even wait until Cyber Monday, retail stores across the nation will be buzzing with activity on the day after Thanksgiving. The following are five of the best American cities for Black Friday deals.