Just about any store is a mess this time of year, full of shoppers willing to do whatever it takes for a deal.
In the chaotic madness this past Sunday, a Walmart customer found an 8-month-old baby unattended in a stroller.
Employees at the Manassas store were notified and police arrived. Calls over the intercom went unanswered. Eventually, the parents came to the office to collect their baby, but they got a booking sheet, instead.
Read more about the incident and the rest of today's top stories in our daily digest below.
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