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Miami Dolphins say QB Tua Tagovailoa ruled out for Week 5 game against New York Jets

2:00 p.m. ET Marcel Louis JacquesESPN MIAMI — Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets as he continues to progress through the concussion protocol, coach Mike McDaniel said Monday. There is no “certain timetable” for Tagovailoa’s return after he left the Dolphins’ 27-15 loss to the …

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Charleston-area restaurants are back to normal after Hurricane Ian | Hurricane Wire

Hurricane Ian, the first to hit South Carolina since Matthew in 2016, left Charleston-area restaurants largely unscathed. Most, including those in flood-prone areas, were able to reopen first thing on October 1. Downtown Charleston’s Little Line Kitchen & Provisions at 176 Line St. reopened for breakfast on Oct. 1, just 12 hours after large sections …

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Antonio Inoki, a famous pioneer of combat sports, dies at the age of 79

Antonio Inoki, a combat sports pioneer, influential politician and personality in his native Japan, died on Friday at the age of 79, it was announced by New Japan Pro-Wrestling, the promotion he founded. Inoki’s cause of death was not released, but he had been ill for the past few years and had been reduced to …

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Tourist Attractions in Florida and the Carolinas: What’s Open and Closed

Editor’s note — This story was last updated by CNN Travel at approximately 6:15 p.m. ET Friday. you can check the links below or contact the attractions directly for the latest information. (CNN) — As Hurricane Ian made landfall in South Carolina on Friday afternoon, theme parks and other tourist attractions worked to reopen in …

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Airport closures and flight cancellations continue after Jan

(CNN) — Tropical Storm Ian is threatening another blow to air travel as it moves up the East Coast and away from the Florida panhandle, where airports are assessing conditions and determining when flights can safely resume. “Tropical Storm Ian is moving from Florida into the Atlantic and is expected to turn northwest and make …

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Ghost in the camera? These rental cars are driven by remote control

To the casual observer, this running electric rental car looks like yet another test of a self-driving car. After all, no one is behind the wheel. But in reality, someone is driving the car – only from miles away. And that’s what makes this business model stand out from many other autonomous vehicle operations. The …

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FedNat insolvency puts Gulf Coast property owners at risk of losing insurance coverage – Houston Public Media

Lucio Vasquez / Houston Public Media A shop in Port Arthur suffered wind damage as Hurricane Laura made landfall on August 27, 2020. About 500 property owners in Harris County and another 500 along the Texas Gulf Coast could lose their insurance coverage after a Florida-based company filed for bankruptcy and was ordered to cease …

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Seco aims to boost safety parameters by 20% with a new strategy

With the safety, health and welfare of employees in mind, Seco Tools has launched a long-term safety strategy that includes both annual and long-term goals extending to the year 2030. With this long-term planning and continuous improvement approach, the company will significantly reduce lost-time injury incidence rates compared to the results achieved through industry standard …

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