Candice Payne, Who Helped Shelter The Homeless From Polar Vortex, Gets $50,000 GiftCandice Payne, a woman who helped find hotel rooms for more than 100 homeless people during last week's dangerous deep freeze, received a surprise $50,000 gift during an appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Wednesday.
Family Of Man Killed By Girl With Machete Files Suit Against WalmartThe family of the Uber driver who was stabbed to death filed suit against Walmart for failing to prevent the shoplifting of the murder weapons.
Woman Charged With Fighting Officer, Wal-Mart Employees In SkokiePolice said Marie E. Roberge got into a physical altercation with a Wal-Mart employee when the store refused to cash her check.
Two Chicago Walmart Express Stores Closing On SundayTwo Wal-Mart Express stores in Chicago will be closing on Sunday, part of a global restructuring by the giant retailer.
Convenient To Buy A Gun At Wal-Mart, But Not In ChicagoIn just about every location east of the Mississippi River, it is a short drive to a Wal-Mart that will sell you a gun.
VIDEO: Shoppers Fight Over Wal-Mart Deals In Michigan CityIt’s the one day of the year where consumers are expected to go a little crazy, but this might be going too far. Doorbuster deals at a Wal-Mart in Michigan City, Indiana, had shoppers literally stealing items from other people’s carts.
Women Followed Home From Wal-Mart, Robbed Over a span of four days last week, four women were followed home from a north suburban Walmart and robbed at gunpoint, but police say they have caught the perpetrators.
Gold Coins Worth More Than $5,000 Dropped In Salvation Army KettleA secretive, generous Santa dropped four gold coins worth $1,300 each into a Salvation Army kettle outside a Wal-Mart in Lake Zurich.
A Neighborhood Rebirth In Historic Pullman The historic Pullman neighborhood, once the center of the railroad industry and home to the Pullman passenger car factory, is poised for a revival.
Bronzeville Celebrates Groundbreaking Of New Shops, ApartmentsGround was broken Tuesday on a new commercial and residential development in Bronzeville, a project the likes of which haven’t been seen in that neighborhood in 50 years.
Walmart Sues After Liquor License Denied For River North StoreWalmart is suing the city of Chicago over the denial of a liquor license for it’s Express store on Chicago Avenue in the River North neighborhood.
Wal-Mart Worker Admits Swiping Junk Food--For Four YearsAfter being caught eating a package of Oreos she hadn’t paid for, a long-time Wal-Mart employee admitted Monday to taking junk food from the company every week for four years, police said.