All-Out Price War Between South Florida SupermarketsIt’s an all out war between grocery stores in south Florida. They are cutting prices to get you inside their stores.
Walmart Closing More Than 150 "Smaller" Stores Around U.S.Wal-Mart has announced they will be closing more than 150 stores across the U.S.
Judge Denies Appeal To Block Midtown WalmartThe last hurdle to block Walmart from springing up in Midtown has been passed.
Woman Arrested After Eating, Drinking Wine In Walmart StoreA woman was arrested at a Lecanto Walmart on Tuesday after eating sushi, most of a rotisserie chicken and cinnamon rolls while drinking wine and driving a motorized shopping cart around the store.
Tis The Season To Last Minute ShopThousands of last minute shoppers hit stores all across South Florida this Christmas Eve.
"Coin Crusader" Strikes Again With A Triple BlessingThe “Coin Crusader” has struck again and this time, the generous but anonymous donor dropped three rare gold coins into Salvation Army Red Kettles in Pompano Beach.
Broward "Coin Crusader" Donates To Red Kettle Campaign AgainFor the second year in a row, someone feeling extra generous this holiday season, dropped two rare gold coins into a Salvation Army red kettle in Pompano Beach over the weekend.
Some Stores Hoping To Cash In On "Gray Thursday"Retailers hoping to cash in on "Gray Thursday," better know to the rest of us as Thanksgiving Day, will be open and offering doorbuster deals to lure in early season shoppers who just can't wait for Black Friday.
Major Job Fair At Don Shula's This WeekThree dozen companies will be looking to fill 2,000 plus positions at a mega job fair in Miami Lakes this week.
Police: Murder Victim Targeted Because He Had AutismPolice believe a man was targeted and killed outside a northeast Florida condominium complex because he had autism and the shooters wanted his car.
Walmart Workers Treated For Carbon Monoxide PoisoningMore than a dozen Walmart employees were treated carbon monoxide poisoning over the weekend.
Wal-mart, Others Want Out Of State Energy Efficiency ProgramWal-Mart and a group representing other large users of electricity say they can do a better job of saving energy if state regulators would let them opt out of a nearly 35-year-old conservation program.