BURBANK, Calif. — Construction of a Wal-Mart Supercenter here has been halted by a court injunction that will force the city to reassess whether the project would cause significant harm to local traffic and businesses. The injunction came as a result of a lawsuit filed in May to halt construction after the city council here had approved permits to allow Wal-Mart to move forward with the renovation of a former Great Indoors store, which had been scheduled to open in mid- to late ...

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