Police Looking For Suspects In iPad Thefts From Wal-MartThe Harford Co. Sheriff's Office is hoping the public can help them identify two men suspected in the thefts of iPads from the Fallston Wal-Mart.
Frederick Panel To Review Plan For New Wal-MartFrederick's city planning commission is set to review plans for the new Frederick Towne Center development that will include a new Wal-Mart store.
Some Retailers Already Offering Holiday DealsThe weeks of back-to-school shopping are over. Now some retailers are already offering holiday shopping deals.
Car With 3 Dead, Including 2 Children, Apparently Was Parked For HoursHeartbreak in Hagerstown. A mother and her two children are found dead in their car. Right now, their deaths are a mystery.
FBI Offers $10,000 For Leads In A 2012 Laurel Wal-Mart RobberyThe Baltimore FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest in a 2012Wal-Mart robbery.
Md. Officials Search For Man In Bathroom Pics CaseThe Maryland State Police is investigating after a woman using a bathroom at a Wal-Mart in Maryland reported a man used a cell phone to take photographs or video of her as she was using the bathroom.
Laurel Wal-Mart Evacuated Due To High Carbon Monoxide LevelsCustomers are shopping again at an Anne Arundel County Walmart after the store shut down for hours.
Wal-Mart To Open 2 D.C. Hiring Centers After Wage DisputeWal-Mart is opening two hiring centers in Washington just days after the D.C. Council failed to override a veto of an effort to require other large retailers to pay employees a "living wage."
Wage Bill Affecting Wal-Mart Dies In D.C.An effort to require Wal-Mart and other large retailers to pay their employees a "living wage" of at least $12.50 an hour met its end Tuesday when the D.C. Council failed to override Mayor Vincent Gray's veto.
Plans For New Hagerstown Wal-Mart Move ForwardPlans are moving forward for a new Wal-Mart supercenter store south of Hagerstown in a present-day corn field.
D.C. Council Rebukes Wal-Mart Over WagesThe D.C. Council issued a legislative rebuke to Wal-Mart on Wednesday, approving a bill that would require the retail giant and other big-box chain retailers to pay their employees a "living wage" of at least $12.50 an hour.
Md. Man Accused Of Not Paying For Wal-Mart Items A Maryland man is being accused of not paying for approximately $30,000 in Wal-Mart goods over several years, telling a cashier that he would hurt her family if she didn't give him items for free.