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Payless ShoeSource Closing All US Stores Permanently

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With a potential attempt to file for bankruptcy for the second time in 2 years, you can finally say goodbye to the Payless stores as it plans to close down all 21,000 stores including online websites.

The company first filed in 2017 shredding all debts and reopening the stores, now bringing us back to this recurring matter that seems never-ending. Sales are low and now Payless plans on closing all stores in the upcoming month of May and it doesn’t look like the franchise is gonna reopen.

The Payless franchise was founded in 1956 in Topeka, Kansas. Sources close to the franchise state that the Latin American stores will, however, remain open and the operations will still undergo business as usual.

Payless is the latest major retail store closing following the Toys R Us store that fell short to the Amazon business that caused a decrease in sales. Payless is currently discounting all items while the store is closing up shop rounding up the last bit of sales.

Written By: JoovieMuzik

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Francis Scott Key Bridge In Baltimore Collapsed After It Was Struck By A Large Ship

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Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore collapsed in the early hours of Tuesday morning after it was struck by a large ship, 

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Bishop Lamor Whitehead Found Guilty Of Wire Fraud, Attempted Extortion and Lying To The F.B.I.

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Bishop Lamor Whitehead flossing has come to an end. According to the New York Times, he was found guilty on Monday of defrauding a member of his church and trying to extort a businessman using his relationship with NYC Mayor Eric Adams.

Whitehead was found guilty on five counts including wire fraud, attempted extortion and lying to the F.B.I. Prosecutors said that Whitehead persuaded a member of his church, Pauline Anderson, to invest approximately $90,000 of her retirement savings with him. He allegedly spent the money on luxury car payments and items from Louis Vuitton and Foot Locker. Whitehead also allegedly tried to force a businessman named Brandon Belmonte to lend him $500,000 in exchange for access to Mayor Adams.

Whitehead’s sentencing is set for July 1. He’s looking at a maximum of 45 years in prison.

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Dexter Scott King, Youngest Son Of Martin Luther King Jr., Dies Of Cancer At 62

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Dexter Scott King, the youngest son of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King, has died after a “battle with prostate cancer,” according to the King Center.

“He transitioned peacefully in his sleep at home with me in Malibu”, said his wife, Leah Weber King. 🕊️

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Man Dies After Falling Onto Train Tracks During Fight In Philadelphia

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According to Page Six: A man in Philadelphia died when he was pushed onto subway tracks and into the path of an oncoming train during a fight with another man Thursday night.

The death occurred blocks away from the University of Pennsylvania at the 34th Street SEPTA station in University City around 4:30 p.m., officials told NBC 10.

Disturbing footage captures the moment the two men argue just steps from the platform’s edge as the train is heard approaching the station. 

A man wearing a dark coat and black hat lands two punches on the victim, causing the latter to tumble over onto the tracks.

Horrified bystanders scream as the Market-Frankford line train pulls into the station seconds later with the man on the tracks.

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Medical officials pronounced the man dead at the scene.

“Oh my God, I feel so f–king terrible,” one woman shouts on video before police are seen frantically clearing out the scene.

Police confirmed they were reviewing the video as part of their investigation.

The victim has yet to be identified.

“We don’t know exactly what took place prior to that to initiate this, but it’s being investigated at this point,” Philadelphia police Inspector Kpana Massaquoi told NBC10.

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A person of interest was later taken into custody at 40th Street Station, Massaquoi said.

Massaquoi told ABC News Philadelphia the department does not have any witnesses despite the video showing multiple people around when the man was struck.

Police are asking any witnesses to come forward.

The killing is being investigated as a homicide, according to ABC News Philadelphia.

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Looters Arrested In Philadelphia After Rioting And Breaking Into Apple, Lululemon and Footlocker Stores In City Center

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Philadelphia Police have activated a citywide rapid response following large crowds of people gathering and rioting, and engaging in extensive looting. Multiple stores, including an Apple Store, LuLu Lemon and more have been broken into. This comes after the dismissal of charges against a police officer involved in last month’s traffic stop shooting. Police are advising people in the Philadelphia city center to avoid the area.

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Jack In The Box Employee Shoots At Customer After Argument Over Missing Curly Fries Escalated

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An employee at a Jack In The Box Employee in Houston Shoots At Customer After Argument Over Missing Curly Fries Escalated.

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