The company is planning a drive-through operation at Parker Road and East Quincy Avenue where customers can pick up items they bought from Walmart.com
Lakewood police say 51-year-old Franklin Nelson of Colorado Springs was standing along busy Wadsworth Boulevard, apparently waiting for a bus, on Tuesday when he was hit by a car driven by 81-year-old Charles Tatman of Lakewood. The Buick LeSabre kept going across a small parking lot and crashed into the store.
Police say the driver of a silver sedan hit the pedestrian in the parking lot and then slammed into the Walmart building.
“I would like to plan ahead, but I’ve been able to wait until the last minute to get things done,” said Keri Early, a Clyde, Illinois, resident who orders from Amazon frequently.
A new Walmart Neighborhood Market due to open this fall is currently hiring. A temporary hiring center has opened at 15450 E. Hampden Ave. and is open to accept applications from 8 a.m. to 5 pm. Monday through Friday. Applicants may also apply online at careers.walmart.com. Store manager Mike Dechant said the store is expected […]
An Arapahoe County jury last month acquitted a man charged with murder stemming from a fatal shooting last year in a Walmart parking lot just beyond the city limits. Daniel Fougner, 55, had been charged with first-degree murder for the shooting of 60-year-old Robert Goldsberry on Oct. 28, 2014. The jury convicted Fougner of two […]
AURORA | Police found no explosive device after a Walmart store in the southwestern corner of the city was evacuated due to a bomb threat. Police responded to the Walmart Supercenter at 9400 E. Hampden Ave. after 5 p.m. Monday evening after a bomb threat was made to the store. According to Aurora police, store […]
AURORA | A man who went on a brazen crime spree last summer — assaulting a homeless man, breaking into four homes, stealing a car and biting a police officer’s neck in just four hours — has been sentenced to eight years in prison. Adam Nicklaus Lacer, 22, of Emporia, Kan., was sentenced to eight […]
Datassential examined menus of more than 4,800 restaurants and saw food trends that include growing interest in sustainable sourcing