Month: January 2022

WEEK AT A GLANCE: MBB at Home Saturday, Tennis Ends Road Trip on a High

Story Links It’s a lighter week than usual for Tarleton athletics, an unusual time on the basketball slate with just one game apiece for the men’s and women’s programs. Tarleton women’s tennis will start the competition with two matches in consecutive days starting on Saturday at Louisiana Tech. They’ll then face Grambling State on Sunday …

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Work continues on Tybee’s new short-term vacation rental regulation

TYBEE ISLAND, Georgia (WTOC) — Tybee Island city leaders continue to crack down on new short-term vacation rentals. A moratorium has been in place since August, which prevents people from registering new rental properties. The city government gave city employees four specific tasks to complete. Since Friday they are all ready. City manager Shawn Gillen …

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SOUTHWEST AIRLINES EARN TOP SCORE IN THE 2022 HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN CORPORATE EQUALITY INDEX

DALLAS, January 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) proudly announced it has received a score of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2022 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), the nation’s premier benchmark research and report that examines corporate policies and practices. to measure LGBTQ+ equality in the workplace. Southwest Airlines® joins the …

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5 credit card trends to watch out for in 2022

In early 2021, vaccine news had Americans ready to roll up their sleeves, take off their masks and enjoy a nationwide celebration. But thanks to COVID-19 variants, “Hot Vax Summer” has turned into “Can’t-Find-a-Rapid-Test Winter.” Still, some consumers remained hopeful: traveling for the holidays, returning to the office, and going back to personal school. The …

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Cincinnati Bengals AFC Championship Game: Flight Delays Cost Fans

Cincinnatian Michelle Dorward Jones goes to Cincinnati Bengals games to have fun, but she will also be collecting content for her blog and Instagram account, Hey Michelle, promoting things to do in Cincinnati. But due to flight cancellations, delays and a missed connection, she missed Sunday’s AFC Championship game in Kansas City, which the Cincinnati …

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New Hotel and Retail Development proposed in the Downtown District

earlier this month, pete patel or RevPAR Companies and Jordan Corbitt or Kimley Horn submitted plans for the Marietta Street Hotel project located at 329 Marietta Street to the City of Atlanta. The plans require variations from the current SPI-1 ordinance to achieve the desired building and site design, requested through the Special Administrative Permit …

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Two COC student-led projects selected for NASA flights

Two College of the Canyons student-led science projects have been selected by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and will launch in 2022. According to Teresa Ciardi, professor of Astronomy and Physical Science at COC. “These students are so motivated to persevere, take initiative and learn on their own that the only barrier we …

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Face scans catch ‘impostors’ at the border as agencies embrace the use

Facial recognition technology has helped identify more than 1,000 impostors who have tried to enter the US with fake documents since 2018, an agency official said. The “vast majority” of those identified were along the border with Mexico in the past year when the technology was deployed at pedestrian crossings. “It’s hard to overstate how …

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US and Russia spar over Ukraine crisis at UN Security Council | Ukraine-Russia crisis News

The United States and Russia have discussed the Ukraine crisis at the UN Security Council, with Washington warning of a “horrific” war if Moscow decides to invade its neighbor and Russian diplomats downplaying the threat of military conflict. US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the council during a special open session on …

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