Indiana shoppers are filling stores and malls as they join the hunt for holiday bargains during Black Friday.
Indiana Retail Council officials say having a tax holiday when people are preparing for their children to return to school helps businesses and their customers.
Retailers are hoping business will pick up since they missed out on the day-after-Christmas rush.
Bloomington business owners say Cyber Monday is not their biggest sales day.
Fifty one percent of shoppers are expected to do some type of 'showrooming' this holiday season.
Goodwill wanted to tap into the spending power of Bloomington's college students.
Local businesses are encouraging shoppers to come to their stores instead of major retailers, but they will not have the same long hours or big sales.
Simon Property Group is suing Indiana because it is not enforcing an online sales tax.
A recent survey shows the average person will spend $8 more on Halloween this year than last.
The first ever Martinsville Grand Prix is taking shape. The race features high-speed go-carts competing on a half-mile long street course downtown.