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Current Weather Conditions in PADUCAH, KY - Updated Jul 09 1:05 PM

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What experts say Americans must do to prevent Covid-19 from spinning o... - CNN 7 hours ago

    With the summer months shaping up to be full of harrowing Covid-19 milestones, the fall could look a lot like March and April if the US doesn't "get our arms" around this pandemic, a top infectious disease expert warns.

Stephen Jackson says he used the 'wrong words' in defending DeSean Jac... - CNN 8 hours ago

    Former NBA player Stephen Jackson tells CNN's Don Lemon that he used the "wrong words" when defending NFL player DeSean Jackson's antisemitic social media posts.

After months of debate over its design, the rebuilt Notre Dame cathedr... - CNN 7 hours ago


CBS picks up Champions League rights after Turner opts out - FOX Sports 4 hours ago

    American broadcaster CBS will get an early start on its Champions League deal by showing games next month when the pandemic-delayed competition resumes

This Day in History: Ben Oglivie becomes first Brewers player to hit t... - FOX Sports 4 hours ago

    This Day in History: Ben Oglivie becomes first Brewers player to hit three home runs in a game

Entertainment News
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👉 Arnold Schwarzenegger Goes Full Terminator On People Politicizing... - Reuters NEW!

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Financial News
Election: As Biden hammers Trump on economy, his top advisers largely ... - Market Watch NEW!

    Joe Biden is ramping up his attack on President Donald Trump’s stewardship of the economy, but beyond a few key advisers, it’s largely unclear who has the former vice president’s ear.

Economic Report: Soaring demand for federal jobless benefits points to... - Market Watch 1 hour ago

    The number of unemployed Americans collecting jobless benefits through a temporary federal-relief program has exploded in the past month to more than 14 million, suggesting the U.S. labor market is facing a fresh set of problems.

Bond Report: 10-year Treasury yield plumbs seven-week low as stocks sl... - Market Watch 1 hour ago

    U.S. long-term Treasury yields fall Thursday as equities tumble amid worries around the U.S. recovery's strength in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, buoying demand for government paper.

Top economists say next coronavirus relief bill should be $1.5 trillio... - Market Watch 1 hour ago

    Two prominent economists pressed Congress Thursday to consider a coronavirus relief measure that is significantly larger than $1.5 trillion minimum.

Key Words: He traded $15,000 into $1 million — from there he lost al... - Market Watch 1 hour ago

    Richard Dobatse talked with the New York Times about his painful experience trading stocks.

Health News
Is COVID-19 widening the gender gap in academic medicine? - Eureka Alert 18 hours ago

    (Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan) A new study finds that fewer women were first authors on COVID-19-related research papers published in the first half of this year. The findings suggest a worsening gender gap in academic medicine as women are already underrepresented among authors of medical research.

Living close to green space benefits gut bacteria of urban, formula-fe... - Eureka Alert 18 hours ago

    (University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry) Living close to natural green space can mitigate some of the changes in infant gut bacteria associated with formula feeding, according to new research published in the journal Environment International. "Not every infant can be breastfed," said Anita Kozyrskyj, pediatrics professor at the University of Alberta. "This is one of the first pieces of evidence for a nature-related intervention that could possibly help promote healthy gut microbial composition in infants who are not breastfed."

Black individuals at higher risk for contracting COVID-19, according t... - Eureka Alert 18 hours ago

    (American Thoracic Society) Results of an analysis published in the Annals of the American Thoracic Society found that Black individuals were twice as likely as White individuals to test positive for COVID-19. The average age of all participants in the study was 46. However, those infected were on average 52 years old, compared to those who tested negative, who were 45 years old on average.

Aquaculture's role in nutrition in the COVID-19 era - Eureka Alert 18 hours ago

    (American University) A new paper from American University examines the economics of an aquaculture industry of the future that is simultaneously environmentally sustainable and nutritious for the nearly 1 billion people worldwide who depend on it.

Lead fallout from Notre Dame fire was likely overlooked - Eureka Alert 18 hours ago

    (Earth Institute at Columbia University) A new study, published today in GeoHealth, used soil samples collected from neighborhoods around the cathedral to estimate local amounts of lead fallout from the fire.

Regional News
White pleads not guilty to federal enticement of a minor charge - WPSD 1 hour ago

    A local business owner accused of trying to solicit a minor for sex pleaded not guilty in southern Illinois Wednesday.

Paducah assistant city manager receives ICMA Local Government Excellen... - WPSD 5 hours ago

    The City of Paducah says that Assistant City Manager Michelle Smolen is the recipient of the Assistant Excellence in Leadership Award from the International City/County Management Association.

Free dental care available for area children this month - WPSD 5 hours ago

    Southern Illinois University Carbondale says there are several opportunities starting this week for children in the region to receive free preventive dental services through the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Dental Sealant Grant Program.

COVID-19 reimbursement available under FEMA's Public Assistance progra... - WPSD 6 hours ago

    The Illinois Emergency Management Agency says it and local emergency managers throughout the state are encouraging entities to attend the scheduled virtual briefings to begin the reimbursement application process to receive federal funds.

Alabama man dies days after motorcycle crash in Crittenden County - WPSD 8 hours ago

    Kentucky State Police Post 2 in Madisonville says an Alabama man has died days after a motorcycle crash in Crittenden County, Kentucky.

Science News
Sodium found to regulate the biological clock of mice - Science Daily 7 hours ago

    A new study shows that increases in the concentrations of blood sodium can have an influence on the biological clock of mice, opening new research avenues for potentially treating the negative effects associated with long distance travel or shift work.

15-foot-long skeleton of extinct dolphin suggests parallel evolution a... - Science Daily 7 hours ago

    A report offers a detailed description of the first nearly complete skeleton of an extinct large dolphin, discovered in what is now South Carolina. The 15-foot-long dolphin (Ankylorhiza tiedemani comb. n.) lived during the Oligocene -- about 25 million years ago -- and was previously known only from a partial rostrum (snout) fossil.

Discovery makes microscopic imaging possible in dark conditions - Science Daily 8 hours ago

    Researchers have discovered a new way to more accurately analyze microscopic samples by essentially making them 'glow in the dark', through the use of chemically luminescent molecules. Current methods of microscopic imaging rely on fluorescence, which means a light needs to be shining on the sample while it is being analyzed. While this method is effective, it also has some drawbacks.

Evolution makes the world less ragged - Science Daily 8 hours ago

    How does evolution impact ecological patterns? It helps smooth out the rough edges, say researchers. A new review of the history of ecological and evolutionary research establishes a framework to better understand evolution's impact on ecosystem patterns.

Skull of two million year-old giant dormouse reconstructed - Science Daily 8 hours ago

    A researcher has digitally pieced together fossilized fragments from five giant dormouse skulls to reconstruct the first known complete skull of the species, which was roughly the size of a cat.

Sports News
MLB releases 2021 schedule, with all 30 teams slated to start April 1 - FOX Sports NEW!

    Major League Baseball will open the 2021 season on April 1 and hopes to have every team play its first game on the same day for the first time since 1968.

Hamilton, Ricciardo may kneel again before Sunday's F1 race - FOX Sports 1 hour ago

    Formula One drivers Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo are prepared to kneel again before Sunday’s Styrian Grand Prix if circumstances allow

MLB releases 2021 schedule; all 30 teams to open on April 1 - FOX Sports 1 hour ago

    Major League Baseball will open the 2021 season on April 1 and hopes to have every team play its first game on the same day for the first time since 1968

Twins release 2021 schedule - FOX Sports 1 hour ago

    The Minnesota Twins are playing a full 162-game schedule (in 2021)

Cardinals to open 2021 regular season April 1 at Cincinnati; home open... - FOX Sports 1 hour ago

    The Cardinals' 2020 season hasn't begun, but their 2021 schedule -- minus game times -- was released Thursday.

Technology News
Harmony is offering a full refund to anyone who ever bought its $250 A... - PC World 9 hours ago

    Harmony is discontinuing its Alexa-powered Express remote this year, but it's offering a full refund or upgrader to anyone who ever bought one.

Nvidia bundles Death Stranding for PC with GeForce RTX graphics cards - PC World 10 hours ago

    It’s not the best time to buy a high-end graphics card, but if you don't want to wait any longer—perhaps to prepare for this fall’s Cyberpunk 2077 release—then Nvidia’s sweetening the pot for a few weeks. Through July 29, buying any GeForce RTX 20-series graphics card from a participating retailer will get you a free copy of Death Stranding, Nvidia announced on Thursday. GeForce RTX-powered gaming laptops and desktops are also eligible.To read this article in full, please click here

Roku backtracks on putting over-the-air channels into its live TV prog... - PC World 10 hours ago

    Turns out some users didn’t like over-the-air TV listings mixed with dozens of streaming TV channels.

Cool it! We talk laptop thermals with an expert from Dell - PC World 15 hours ago

    That high-performance CPU or GPU you're eyeballing for your next laptop is nothing if it's not backed by an effective cooling system. Yet consumers tend to know very little about the cooling in a laptop.We fortunately had time to catch up with Dell's Travis North, who works as a Thermal Engineering Technologist. North answers our burning questions on whether a heat pipe is better than a vapor chamber, whether you should re-paste a laptop, is 100 degrees too hot, and more.In the first section, North talks about a Dell patent on laptop cooling. You can watch the interview below or on YouTube at this link.To read this article in full, please click here

Nine great things that cord-cutting brought us - PC World 15 hours ago

    Still think cord-cutting is no better than cable? Here's a reality check.

US News
New Jersey police officer in kayak rescues dog trapped in muddy pond, ... - Fox News NEW!

    A New Jersey police officer paddled a kayak to the middle of a muddy pond to rescue a dog that had gotten stuck neck-deep in the muck.

Police arrest five people in connection to rapper Pop Smoke's death - USA Today NEW!

    The Los Angeles Police Department announced Thursday that they've arrested five individuals in relation to the February death of rapper Pop Smoke.      

Supreme Court says eastern Oklahoma remains Native American territory - USA Today 1 hour ago

    Legal authority over virtually half of Oklahoma – home to 1.8 million residents and including Tulsa, its second-largest city – was at issue.      

LA nursing home 'dumps' residents to make room for new coronavirus pat... - Fox News 1 hour ago

    A Los Angeles nursing home has been accused of illegally “dumping” long-term residents in order to make room for new, more lucrative patients recently released from the hospital after being treated for the coronavirus, according to a lawsuit filed this week.

UC Berkeley reports 47 cases of coronavirus linked to frat parties - Fox News 1 hour ago

    A spike of at least 47 new cases of coronavirus in one week is being linked to fraternity and sorority parties at the University of California, Berkeley, the school said Wednesday. 

World News
UAE said to be holding up Gulf deal that could end Qatar blockade and ... - Fox News NEW!

    Delay caused by the UAE has temporarily denied the Trump administration a crucial, hard-fought foreign policy win in the Middle East.

Samoan man spends nearly five more years in prison than he needed to - Fox News 1 hour ago

    A Samoan man sentenced to prison for burglary and theft spent nearly five more years behind bars than he needed to because of an administrative error, according to a report. 

Missing Seoul mayor's body found after massive search - Fox News 2 hours ago

    Local police said the body of the missing mayor of South Korea’s capital, Seoul, has been found.

Pope scraps prepared remarks on China’s security law in Hong Kong, r... - Fox News 3 hours ago

    Pope Francis skipped any mention of Hong Kong during his weekly address last Sunday, even though the issue was reportedly included in his prepared remarks.

Journalists sue Brazil's Bolsonaro for putting them at risk following ... - Fox News 3 hours ago

    A group representing Brazilian journalists say they are planning to file a lawsuit against President Jair Bolsonaro for endangering their health after he took off his mask to speak with reporters about his COVID-19 diagnosis. 

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