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Tony La Russa resigned from his position as Chicago White Sox manager due to health issues.

Tony La Russa resigned from his position as Chicago White Sox manager due to health issues.

CHICAGO — Tony La Russa announced on Monday that he is stepping down from his position as Chicago White Sox manager amid health concerns that have kept him out of the bunker for the final five weeks of the season. La Russa, who will turn 78 on Tuesday, has not managed a game since he …

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Miami Dolphins say QB Tua Tagovailoa will not participate in Week 5 game against New York Jets

14:00 ET Marcel Louis JacquesESPN MIAMI — Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa continues to move forward with concussion protocol for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, Coach Mike McDaniel said Monday. There is no “firm timeline” for Tagovailoa’s return after the Dolphins’ 27-15 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 4. Teddy Bridgewater will start …

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Hurricane Ian claims it could topple Florida home insurance market: analysts

After churning its devastating path in Florida, Hurricane Ian could fatally damage the state’s home insurance market and cause a potential political headache for Republican Governor Ron DeSantis. Long before the storm, Florida’s property insurance system was in shambles. Hundreds of thousands of Florida homeowners have lost private insurance policies in the past two years …

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Restaurants in the Charleston area return to business as usual after Hurricane Ian | hurricane wire

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

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Steel box houses, split trailers, ‘garbage’ cars highlight county’s lack of authority | News

When Gene Auerbach toured some of the neighborhoods served by the Rancho Brazos Community Centers, he was shocked by what he saw. The nonprofit was founded years ago to serve families in the Rancho Brazos community, but has grown to serve areas in Hood County. A member of the Kiwanis and Optimist clubs, Auerbach became …

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Antonio Inoki, one of the leading names in martial arts, died at the age of 79.

Antonio Inoki, a martial arts pioneer, influential politician, and larger-than-life figure in his native Japan, died Friday at the age of 79, run by the self-founded promotion New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Inoki’s cause of death has not been disclosed, but he has fallen ill in recent years and has been confined to a wheelchair. Inoki retired …

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Attractions in Florida and the Carolinas: What’s on and off

Editor’s Note – CNN Travel’s last update to this story was around 6:15 PM ET on Friday. You can check the links below for the latest information or contact the attractions directly. (CNN) – As Hurricane Ian landed in South Carolina on Friday afternoon, theme parks and other tourist attractions sought to reopen in hard-hit …

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