Saturday, February 4, 2012

Walmart women

  • The women who say Walmart discriminates arent giving up.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • who will be arraigned Monday on charges stemming from the shooting of a woman in the parking lot of a southwestern Louisville Walmart in November.
  • (Courier-Journal)
  • Merchandise stolen: A 19-year-old Rochester woman was accused of stealing about $28 worth of merchandise from Walmart, 2150 Chili Ave., on Jan. 18. On the same day, a 43-year-old woman was accused of taking $45.70 worth of merchandise from Walmart.
  • (Democrat and Chronicle)
  • A Canonsburg woman filed a lawsuit Friday against Walmart Stores Inc. and several employees, demanding $100,000 in damages after she was accused of deceiving a store employee into giving her a gift card for a vacuum cleaner she was returning.
  • (Observer-Reporter)
  • BATAVIA — A woman charged with beating up an elderly greeter at the Batavia Walmart on Christmas Eve faced a judge Monday.
  • (Democrat and Chronicle)
  • Police in Walterboro said a man and a woman accused of stealing candy from a Walmart store had something bigger cooking in their vehicle Monday: meth.
  • (The Post and Courier)
  • CARLISLE — The three women told different stories of why they fought in a Walmart bathroom, police said. So they all went down together. Borough police responded to the shopping center fight at 60 Noble Blvd around 4 p.m. Thursday.
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  • SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — Four Utah boys out to buy soda from a South Jordan store are being called heroes for helping a woman whose pants were burning.
  • (Washington Post)
  • Inside, they found surgically clean aisles stocked with things like toasters, pancake mix, and griddles, womens wear and Tupperware. Palm Springs resident Wayne Sparks sees the Walmart as an opportunity for exercise.
  • (Palm Beach Post)

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