Hyde10: Should Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa have been out on the field Thursday night?

Everything that happened Thursday night in Cincinnati looked irrelevant the moment Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was slammed to the ground in the second quarter in such a way you knew there was a serious problem. Tua stayed own. The team lined near him as he went off on a stretcher. He was taken to… Continue reading Hyde10: Should Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa have been out on the field Thursday night?

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Ex-Seattle man found guilty of dumping body parts in Arizona

PRESCOTT, Ariz. (AP) — A former Seattle resident accused of dumping body parts around central Arizona has been been convicted of more than two dozen felonies. A Yavapai County jury on Thursday found Walter Harold Mitchell III guilty of 29 felony counts of concealing or abandoning a dead body, according to a statement from the… Continue reading Ex-Seattle man found guilty of dumping body parts in Arizona

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Man pulls 11 cell phones– but not his– from Charles River during third date

A man who dropped his iPhone in the Charles River while on a third date was in for quite the surprise when he fished around in that “dirty water” for his device. At first, John Anastos, 39, tried lying down on a dock and feeling around with his hand to find the phone. When that… Continue reading Man pulls 11 cell phones– but not his– from Charles River during third date

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DC-area events canceled as remnants of Ian expected douse region

Take your plans indoors as the D.C. area is expected to be inundated with the dregs of Ian, which is expected to bring heavy rainfall and risk of flooding over the weekend. Here’s what you need to know. Event organizes are canceling events scheduled throughout the weekend in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Listen to WTOP… Continue reading DC-area events canceled as remnants of Ian expected douse region

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NATO believes Baltic Sea gas pipeline leaks were sabotage

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The NATO military alliance warned Thursday it would retaliate for any attacks on the critical infrastructure of its 30 member countries and joined other Western officials in citing sabotage as the likely cause of damage to two natural gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea. The warning came as the Swedish coast… Continue reading NATO believes Baltic Sea gas pipeline leaks were sabotage

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49ers LT McKivitz undaunted by replacing Williams

Colton McKivitz is undaunted by the big void he must fill on San Francisco’s offensive line. McKivitz will be thrown into the starting lineup for the 49ers’ showdown with the Los Angeles Rams with All-Pro left tackle Trent Williams sidelined with a high ankle sprain. McKivitz says he knows no one can adequately replace Williams.… Continue reading 49ers LT McKivitz undaunted by replacing Williams

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Chicago White Sox snap 8-game skid but lament missing the playoffs for the 1st time in 3 years: ‘We were right there’

The remote chance of capturing the final American League wild-card spot ended for the Chicago White Sox a couple of hours after Wednesday’s loss to the Minnesota Twins when the Seattle Mariners defeated the Texas Rangers. A team many projected to make a lengthy postseason run instead will miss the playoffs for the first time… Continue reading Chicago White Sox snap 8-game skid but lament missing the playoffs for the 1st time in 3 years: ‘We were right there’

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Two Hospitalized after Multi-Vehicle Crash on Highway 1 [Santa Maria, CA]

Roads Reopened after Two-Vehicle Crash near Black Road SANTA MARIA, CA (September 29, 2022) – At least two people sustained injuries in a multi-vehicle crash on Highway 1 Thursday morning. The incident happened around 4:43 a.m. near Ray Road, 7 miles north of Black Road. California Highway Patrol stated that a Toyota Prius driver collided… Continue reading Two Hospitalized after Multi-Vehicle Crash on Highway 1 [Santa Maria, CA]

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Ravens DT Michael Pierce has season-ending surgery on torn biceps

Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce underwent season-ending arm surgery Thursday, four days after he tore his biceps in the team’s Week 3 win over the New England Patriots. Coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday that Pierce was still uncertain whether he would undergo surgery or play through the injury this season. But on Thursday, Pierce shared… Continue reading Ravens DT Michael Pierce has season-ending surgery on torn biceps

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