Praying for the family and the soul of Emilliano Terry…Rest in Heaven little Angel.
Prayers go out to the family…
BALTIMORE (WJZ)—It’s Thanksgiving, and your bellies are probably full or getting there. So what’s next? Head to the stores for Black Friday, or in some case, Black Thursday, shopping.
Mike Hellgren did just that, speaking to shoppers who lined up early.
Kenneth Warren camped out Wednesday night at a Best Buy in Baltimore County. He’ll have Thanksgiving dinner there with some new friends.
Hellgren: “What was it like being out here overnight?”
Warren: “Cold. Very cold. Very, very cold.”
The sales are starting earlier. The average shopper plans to spend more than $700 on gifts.
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“They have a plasma TV on sale for $178, so I wanted to make sure I was one of the first ones in line so I’d be able to get it,” said Debbie White-London, shopper. “Early bird catches the worm right?”
While a lot of people are in line across…
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CANOGA PARK (CBSLA.com) — An arson investigation was underway Thursday after a man’s body was discovered in an early morning fire at a San Fernando Valley strip mall.
More than 60 firefighters responded to the fire at 7832 Alabama Avenue after it was reported around 2:10 a.m., according to Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott.
Crews knocked down the flames in just over a half hour and found the body of a man between the ages of 50 and 60 years old in one of the damaged units, which was among several that were severely damaged, according to the LAFD.
“It’s very sad. We encounter it every year during the holidays and it never gets easier,” said L.A. City Fire Capt. Frank Semenza.
KNX 1070’s Pete Demetriou reports one firefighter was hospitalized after he fell 16 feet off a ladder while fighting the blaze.
Semenza said the…
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