Today is Monday, November 28, 2011
Today is also known as Cyber Monday. And in case you're not sure what that means - today is the day that many online retailers have big Christmas sales and offer incentives like free shipping. I have to say - it sounds a lot better to me than sitting in the cold in front of a store Thanksgiving night! This morning we'll look at what's being offered and give you tips to find some of the best deals being offered today.
If you do have to get out of the house this morning to go back to work or school - you'll definitely need a coat because the temperature has dropped overnight. Tune in to The Breakfast Show this morning to see what Brian is forecasting for your area of the Heartland.
We do have two school closings this morning – click here to see the continually updated list.
Speaking of the holiday season - how much do you think it would cost you this year to buy all 364 gifts in the song, "The 12 Days of Christmas?" Around 6:40 this morning we'll break it down for you - some of the gift's prices are down while others are way up.
This morning we're also remembering the life of a fallen Heartland soldier. Army Specialist James Burnett Junior, of Brownwood died when his vehicle hit an IED in Afghanistan. This past weekend family and friends came together to remember him. This morning we'll show you some of those gatherings.
On The Breakfast Show we also have some amazing video from California where a group of random people stopped after a crash and lifted a truck in the air to free a trapped woman. We'll show you this video right around 6:30 this morning.
Shortly before that around 6:20 we will also be talking about the GOP race for president. This morning the battle over the current top spot in the part is coming down to two men.
I hope you are able to watch The Breakfast Show this morning. And guess what - Brian just stopped by my desk and told me some of us might be seeing some wet snow by tomorrow!! I'm sure he'll tell us where throughout the newscast.
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