Walmart To Limit Customers Nationwide After Two Evergreen Park Employees Die Of COVID-19 Walmart has announced national changes to help curb the spread of COVID-19. This comes less than a day after news broke of two employees who had worked at the Evergreen Park location died from the virus. 
2 Workers From Evergreen Park Walmart Die From COVID-19Two local Walmart employees are dead after contracting the coronavirus.
COVID-19 Testing Sites Open In Two Chicago Area Walmart Parking Lots; Will Only Test First Responders, Health Care WorkersTwo COVID-19 testing sites opened in the Chicago area Sunday, but they will only test first responders and health care workers who have potentially been exposed to the virus.
Walmart Revises Leave Policy In Face Of Virus; Worker TestsFor most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia.
Joliet Suspect In 'I Have Coronavirus' Walmart Property Damage ChargedAuthorities said Tyler D. Wallace of Joliet was taken to the Will County Jail. He turned himself in to the Joliet Police Department.
Walmart Tests Higher Hourly Starting Wages In 500 StoresThe moves come as Walmart, like many other retailers, is under pressure to improve customer service as it fights online behemoth Amazon.
Woman Charged In Armed Robbery In Walmart Parking Lot In Zion
Target, Like Other Retailers, Did Not Have A Merry ChristmasTarget and other discounters like Walmart have been among the strongest performers in retail even as Amazon continues to make inroads. They have reconfigured product lineups and improved delivery services with some success.
Thanksgiving Shopping 2019: What Stores Are Open, Closed?
Alex Hughes Acquitted Of Attempted Murder In Shooting At Walmart In HobartA man who claimed he was acting in self-defense when he fired 16 shots outside a northwestern Indiana Walmart store has been acquitted of the most serious charges against him.
Shopping Spree Carries Shocking Bill; Couple Says They Were Victims Of Fraud, But Bank Doesn't Buy ItSynchrony Bank insisted John and Estella Armendariz went on a wild spending spree, racking up more than 60 transactions at Chicago area Walmart stores.