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Best Black Friday shopping deals

There are a lot of great deals for coffee lovers this Black Friday.

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Avoiding hidden holiday costs

There's no doubt that holidays are costly. The National Retail Federation estimates the average shopper will spend about $800, although Deloitte puts the average closer to $1,300.

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Woman leaves young children home alone

Nov. 26, 2014: A local mother is spending Thanksgiving in jail after being accused of leaving her two young daughters home alone while she was at work. Phillip Mena reports.

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9-year-old donates birthday gifts

Nov. 26, 2014: A 9-year-old boy didn't want presents for his birthday this month. Instead he wanted his family and friends to do something else. Gianna Caserta reports.

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Shoppers already camping out

The crowds are growing outside several retail stores across the Houston area, makeshift campsites popping up with people willing to wait for those big Black Thursday deals. At a few Best Buy stores, a lot of people had the same big ticket item on…

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Black Friday Frenzy: Finding the best deals

Nov. 26, 2014: Black Friday shopping is a competition for your dollars. Every store wants your money and you want to keep as much of it as you can. Amy Davis reports.

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Imposter steals from elderly woman

Nov. 26, 2014: A man posing as a gas company employee talked his way into a home and wound up stealing thousands of dollars worth of jewelry. Jennifer Bauer reports.

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Rally protesting Ferguson grand jury decision

Nov. 26, 2014: Protests continue in the Houston area over the grand jury decision in Ferguson. Syan Rhodes reports.

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Fitzpatrick back as Texans starting QB

With the injury of Ryan Mallett, Ryan Fitzpatrick is back in the fold as Houston's starting quarterback.

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3.6 million Texans driving and flying for Thanksgiving...

Nov. 26, 2014: Leagues of Houstonians are taking to the air or roads to get to their Thanksgiving destinations. Mark Boyle reports.

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