Ready, Set, Log On! Texans Booting Up Computers For Cyber MondayIt's Cyber Monday and holiday shopping sales are expected to be bigger than ever this year. Many retailers started their online sales last week and on Friday alone consumers spent a record $3.34 billion!
Fans Frustrated After Selena Makeup Line Sells OutSome fans of slain Tejano star Selena have flooded social media with complaints after her new makeup products sold out on the first day of online sales.
Arlington PD Creates Safe Zone For Online Shopping ExchangesPolice in Arlington have joined the growing list of police departments to offer a safe area where online buyers and sellers can meet to exchange merchandise.
Some Shoppers Unimpressed By “Prime Day" SalesTouting their Amazon 'Prime Day' sale, officials with Amazon.com say order rates Wednesday surpassed that of 2014 Black Friday sales. But some shoppers aren't impressed with them or other retailers.
Authorities Say Teens Getting Dangerous Hallucinogens In The MailImagine a fate worse than death delivered to your door. Authorities say it can happen to those who overdose on a drug that's creeping into Collin County schools.
Texas Lawmaker Leads Call For Rx Abuse CrackdownSome lawmakers want to know why the federal government hasn't done more to prosecute clinics illegally dispensing prescriptions for pain medication. Leading the charge is North Texas Congressman Michael Burgess, a licensed physician.
Pfizer To Begin Selling Erectile Dysfunction Pill Viagra OnlineMen who are bashful no longer have to go to the drugstore to buy that little blue pill. In a first for the drug industry, Pfizer Inc. reportedly says it will begin selling its popular erectile dysfunction pill Viagra directly to patients on its website.
Website Helps Consumers Check Out Online PharmaciesAccording to the FDA, only about 3-percent of online pharmacies are actually obeying the law. The FDA is now warning consumers the vast majority of internet pharmacies are selling drugs that could harm them.
Retailers Offering 'Black Friday' Deals EarlierBefore the kiddos have even had a chance to say "trick-or-treat," retailers have already rolled out the holiday goods.