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Published: Sunday, November 26, 2017 @ 2:06 PM
— Black Friday is in the rearview mirror now, and shoppers are scoping out the deals to come on Cyber Monday.
Electronics, televisions and games top the list of bargains available from retailers Monday, but holiday shoppers can also get deals on toys, jewelry, kitchenware and clothing.
According to Adobe Analytics, shoppers are expected to spend $6.6 billion on Cyber Monday. That’s up 16 percent from last year, The Associated Press reports.
Here is a guide to Cyber Monday deals from Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy and more:
TCL 49-inch Roku Smart 4K TV -- $349.99
Samsung 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV -- $897.99
Samsung 40-inch 1080p (HD) Smart TV -- $297.99
Fire Stick with Amazon Alexa -- $24.99
Fire HD 10 -- $99.99
Fire HD 8 Kids Edition -- $89.99
Kindle -- $49.99
Kindle for Kids Bundle -- $69.99
Kindle Essentials Bundle -- $99.97
Xbox Live Gold 6- or 12-month membership -- $29.99/$49/99
Samsung 49-inch MU8000 -- $699.99
Roku Premiere+ -- $50
Apple 13.3" MacBook Pro -- $1,249
Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G Lens-- $176.95
Nikon D500 DSLR -- $2,396.95
Vizio P55-E1 -- $898
Samsung 55-inch 4K Smart TV -- $497.99
Acer Aspire E5 Laptop -- $499
Pie Face! Game -- $6.67
Sony 55-inch XBR-55X900E -- $998
Chromebook 3180 Education -- $169
Inspiron Desktop -- $749.99
Get a $5 e-gift card with the purchase of $29 or more
Bloxel Video Game Creation Platform -- $29.99
Select Women’s and Juniors boots -- $29.99
Select Men’s and Women’s athletic shoes -- $39.99 and under
Keurig K-Classic brewer -- $89.99
Dell Inspiron 13 3000 w/ 1TB HDD -- $399
40 percent off everything
KitchenAid Professional 5-quart mixer -- $199.99
PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Sport Bundle -- $299.99
Anthropologie—Save 30 percent on everything.
Asos—Save 30 percent on everything with code "EPIC30".
Banana Republic—Save 50 percent on all regular price items.
Baublebar—Save 30 percent on everything. Use the code "FRIDAY30."
H&M—Save 20 percent on all sale items and 20 percent off all orders over $60.
Nordstrom Rack—Save 30 percent on all sale items
LOFT—Save 50 percent on everything with code "FRIYAY" and free shipping.
Modell's—Save 25 percent on one regular-priced item with code "BLK25OFF"
Zappos—Save up to 30 percent on select brands.
Lids—Save 30 percent on orders over $24, and get free shipping, with the code "FRIDAY30."
Published: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 11:46 PM
SNOHOMISH, Wash. — A 3-year-old boy died Thursday evening after the child was run over by a lawnmower near Snohomish, Washington, deputies said.
Crews responded after reports of a person under a lawnmower.
Deputies said the was riding on his father's lap when he fell off and went under the lawnmower.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Deputies said they're seeing this as an accident.
Published: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 11:29 PM
— “The Cosby Show” reruns are gone from Atlanta-based Bounce TV following guilty verdicts returned today by a Pennsylvania jury.
“Effective immediately, Bounce is removing ‘The Cosby Show’ from our schedule,” the network said in a statement to media outlets including The Hollywood Reporter.
Bounce had yanked them before Cosby’s 2017 trial, amid mounting allegations, but had returned them to its lineup.
In a 2016 statement the network said:
“Following the results of a qualitative research study which indicated demand from a vast majority of Bounce viewers to see ‘The Cosby Show’ on television again, the network has made the decision to begin airing the series (in December 2016). While we take very seriously the accusations against Bill Cosby, our research showed that African-American consumers see a distinction between Bill Cosby, the man, and the iconic TV character Cliff Huxtable. Research and direct viewer feedback were the deciding factors in the network’s decision to move forward. The desire among African Americans to see the show on TV again is being reinforced on social media based upon overwhelmingly positive viewer response since the announcement.”
Here’s the announcement Bounce posted at the time.
That’s all over now. The network does still show “Cosby” spinoff “A Different World” on its roster.
Jurors in Bill Cosby’s retrial on sexual assault charges on Thursday returned guilty verdicts. Cosby, 80, was allowed to leave the courthouse on $1 million bond and faces sentencing at a time yet to be announced. He faces up to 10 years on each of the three counts of which he was convicted.
Cosby has faced mounting accusations from multiple women; this trial involved victim Andrea Constand, who was a Temple University employee she said Cosby assaulted her at his home in 2004. Media outlets generally don’t identify victims of sexual assault, but Constand and other Cosby accusers have come forward to share their stories and did not request anonymity.
Published: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 10:44 PM
Updated: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 10:44 PM
— A jury in Pennsylvania on Thursday found comedian Bill Cosby guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault.
Published: Thursday, April 26, 2018 @ 10:19 PM
— A 55-year-old Gainesville man was charged with attempted murder after setting his girlfriend on fire Wednesday night, according to authorities.
Roosevelt Kitchen is currently being held at the Alachua County Jail on a $1 million bond, The Gainesville Sun reports.
Police said they found the woman in a neighbor’s bathtub with “melted skin” from the gasoline poured on her, according to The Sun.
At about 11 p.m., Kitchen got into an argument with his girlfriend of four years after they were both drinking and using narcotics, police told The Sun.
The woman then left the apartment, returned and left again to sit on a neighbor’s porch, The Sun reports.
After Kitchen saw her, he approached her on the porch with a red gasoline can and doused her with it. A witness told police he heard Kitchen ask “Anyone got a lighter?” before he pulled one from his pocket and set the victim on fire.
The woman and her neighbor were unable to put out the flames and took off her burning clothes instead, police said.
She was taken to a hospital for her injuries and told authorities that Kitchen had threatened to set her on fire before.