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Shopping carts formed a zigzag barricade for people waiting to go inside the Spokane Valley Costco Friday morning just after 11 a.m., as the line stretched across the front of the building and started to go around the front row of parking.
Shoppers at the Rosauers in north Spokane were greeted Wednesday with an employee holding a spray bottle and a towel. He wiped down every cart handle before handing it to shoppers.
The paper products aisles at several Spokane grocery stores on Wednesday afternoon continued to be deserted islands of shelves with placards reminding shoppers to take just one package each. While supply chains are improving at local stores, managers believe it could take suppliers weeks to catch up to the panic-buying onslaught that emptied most supplies of paper products, flour, sugar, eggs, pasta, canned goods and sanitizing wipes.
The off-duty officer who shot and killed a man inside a Southern California Costco last week was attacked without warning as he held his toddler son, the policeman’s attorney said Monday.
The 32-year-old California man shot and killed by an off-duty police officer in a Costco store on Friday night was nonverbal and had an intellectual disability, according to a family member.
The Corona Police Department says a fatal shooting inside a Costco warehouse store Friday night took place after a 32-year-old man attacked an off-duty police officer
A man was injured Monday after running out into morning traffic on Sprague Avenue near Costco in Spokane Valley.
A groundwater plume stretching from the smelter shuttered in 2000 on Hawthorne Road would be pumped to the surface and treated near the new northside Costco under a plan proposed by the Washington Ecology Department and a public trust tasked with cleaning decades of contamination.
At first glance, Costco’s latest quarterly earnings look like the kind of results that would be the envy of any young, fast-growing company. The 35-year-old Issaquah-based retailer grew sales 10.2 percent during its fiscal 2019 first quarter to $35.1 billion and inked a profit of $767 million, or $1.73 per share, up more than 19 percent. The median estimate of 23 financial analysts following the company was for earnings of $1.63 per share.
A man suspected of stabbing another man and sending him to the hospital with life-threatening injuries was arrested Monday evening.
A man was sent to the hospital with life-threatening injuries Monday evening after being stabbed by someone he knew near the Costco in Spokane Valley. The stabbing happened under the drive-through cover of the Intermountain Community Bank near Costco. Deputies said both were believed to be transients.
Stores were bustling Friday morning but most early bargain hunters said it didn’t seem like the rush was as intense as it had been in past years. With several stores opening Thursday evening and deals available online, those who did brave the early morning chill said they had specific items in mind and were mostly shopping for themselves.
At Home plans to open a retail store in part of the former Costco building on North Division.
During a recent interview, Costco general manager Greg Schatz discussed clues hidden in Costco prices, the company’s return policy and poker.
An Ada County man is suing an Idaho distributor claiming lettuce it sold to Costco Wholesale sickened him with E. coli.
A new, larger Costco has opened in north Spokane, replacing the outlet on north Division Street, which closed Thursday.
The building’s built, the roundabout’s ready and the new Costco warehouse store north of Spokane will open this Friday at 8 a.m.
The fate of other tube-shaped-meat-on-bun products available in some Costcos in other parts of the country is still to be determined as the Issaquah, Wash.-based retail giant tweaks its lineup to add healthier choices.
A Washington state woman has pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $290,000 from a Costco warehouse over five years.
At least 60 people have been sickened and dozens have been hospitalized with salmonella after tainted pre-cut melons were distributed to stores such as Walmart, Kroger, Costco and Whole Foods in several states, federal officials said.