The early-morning Black Friday rush on tech, toys and another hot Christmas gifts was tempered a bit in Denver, as Thursday’s Thanksgiving rush snagged the true early-bird shoppers.
Not all shoppers flocked to open stores on Thanksgiving for a holiday-shopping jumpstart.
The early bird may not get the worm during Black Friday shopping, and that means you could stay home and eat turkey.
Police in Lakewood are searching for a man who they believe is using stolen credit cards in the Denver metro area. Victims of last fall’s Target credit card breach are believed to be part of this fraud.
Police in Denver would like the public’s help identifying two suspects accused of brandishing a weapon during a shoplifting incident.
Police in Lakewood are hoping to catch a man who robbed a Best Buy store and sprayed one of the employees with pepper spray.
Seventeen big box stores from Target to Best Buy in Fort Collins started their Black Friday sales early.
Black Friday shoppers were more civilized than usual this year.
Retailers are getting aggressive with Black Friday discounts and hype.
Forget the ads for Black Friday. It seems the holiday shopping season has started earlier than ever.