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Motorcyclist dies in vehicle accident

PREMONT – A two vehicle fatal accident is being investigated by the Texas Department of Public Safety. On Saturday, Nov. 18, at approximately 1:17 p.m. on Highway 281, approximately 12 miles north of Premont two vehicles collided and caused the death of a 70-year-old man from San Antonio. Please remember that the motorcycle accident attorneys[...]

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Motorcyclist fatally crashes near downtown Houston

HOUSTON – A motorcyclist lost control of his bike and died in a crash early Sunday morning near downtown Houston, authorities say. According to the Houston Police Department, a man was traveling westbound on Navigation around 12:55 a.m. when he went into a curve and lost control. He slid 150 yards off the roadway. Police[...]

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Toys ‘R’ Us Files For Bankruptcy, But Will Keep Stores Open

Suffering from slumping sales and mountains of debt, Toys ‘R’ Us has filed for bankruptcy. The 69-year old Toys ‘R’ Us was once the mecca of kids’ gifts. But it was eventually overtaken by Walmart and ultimately Amazon. In its fight to stay relevant, Toys ‘R’ Us amassed $5 billion in debt. That came from[...]

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Unpaid laborers who slipped pleas for help into Zara clothes ‘have not received their back wages’

Many of workers who slipped pleas for help into the pockets of Zara clothes they made have reportedly still not been paid despite an international outcry. Some 140 Turkish workers at the Bravo Tekstil factory claimed they had not received three months worth of back wages and severance after the factory shut suddenly in the summer of 2016 earlier this[...]

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Bankruptcy trustee: Topeka police find five undocumented vehicles in Lindemuth building

Five vehicles recovered from a South Topeka storage facility — including two high-performance cars from 1967 and 1973 — “likely” are the property of Topeka businessman Kent Lindemuth, the bankruptcy trustee of Lindemuth’s estate has said in a court filing. Lindemuth faces 117 criminal charges in two trials in U.S. District Court,the first of which[...]

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The first department store bankruptcy since the Great Recession could be coming soon

Department stores have been particularly hard hit by changes in consumer behavior over the past few years. However, one of the curious things about the so-called “retail apocalypse” is that not a single department store chain has filed for bankruptcy since the Great Recession. Even the weakest chains have managed to stay alive, thanks to[...]

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Police arrest drunken man driving in wrong direction caused wreck near Harbor Bridge

Correction: The driver of the silver 2013 Nissan Titan was not cited for not having insurance. An earlier version of this article misreported his citations. The story has been updated. A 35-year-old man was arrested after driving on the wrong side of road on the 2500 block of U.S. Hwy. 181 early Monday morning. Corpus Christi[...]

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