|Current Weather Conditions in PADUCAH, KY - Updated Mar 03 1:35 PM
|Wind: ||Southwest at 12 mph|
|Pressure: ||29.91 inches |
|Humidity: || 97%|
|Dewpoint: || 48° F (08° C)|
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|Bootleg Bar-B-Q honoring the old with something new - Biz Journal - Louisville NEW!|
Bill forcing Anheuser-Busch to sell 2 companies advances - Kentucky.com 1 hour ago
Most customers who walk into Bootleg Bar-B-Q's original restaurant location at 9704 Old Bardstown Road, near the Bullitt County line, walk out the door minutes later.Co-owner Brandon Chasteen estimated that between 70 percent and 80 percent of the store's business is carryout. That's because the 750-square-foot restaurant has only about 20 seats inside and 30 on its outdoor patio."We have really outgrown our facility," Chasteen said, noting that Bootleg Bar-B-Q's larger Preston Highway storeâ€¦
Nashville's newest and most expensive office tower: 'A postcard shot' - Biz Journal - Nashville 1 hour ago
Advocates for a House-passed bill to ban breweries from distributing their own products in Kentucky have won a key victory from a Senate committee.Click to Continue »
Haslam: Being governor less like a CEO, more like a senior pastor - Biz Journal - Nashville 1 hour ago
If location is everything in real estate, Vikram Mehra and Michael Hayes believe they're sitting on a gem in downtown Nashville â€” where they want to build a 24-story office tower.Mehra and Hayes respectively represent the developers Hines, of Houston, and C.B. Ragland Co., of Nashville. The duo is pitching their vision for a tower that would be Nashville's newest and most expensive, rising behind a concert stage that opens this summer at West Riverfront Park."This will be a postcard shot forâ€¦
Brentwood founders of an Uber for recruiters plot their next step - Biz Journal - Nashville 1 hour ago
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam gave serious thought to becoming a pastor when he was younger. While he steered away from going into the ministry, he considers his current job similar in some respects â€” though over-the-top preaching from his pulpit as governor, however, has never been in Haslam's playbook."People think being mayor or governor is like being the CEO of the city or state," Haslam told an audience of nearly 1,000 business leaders Tuesday morning at the Nashville Business Breakfast, hostedâ€¦
Relode cofounders Joe Christopher and Matthew Tant know the job placement world from two different sides.Now Christopher, a former Healthstream VP who worked with agencies and internal recruiters to hire almost constantly while he was with the software company, and Tant, a veteran of the recruiting agency side of things, have partnered to launch a new company that's designed to make that process more efficient."We were always brainstorming how can software help this process," Christopher said.Rightâ€¦
|Air pollution linked to slower cognitive development in children - EurekaAlert 1 hour ago|
Highly sensitive detection of malaria parasites - EurekaAlert 1 hour ago
Attendance at schools exposed to high levels of traffic-related air pollution is linked to slower cognitive development among 7- to 10-year-old children in Barcelona, according to a study published by Jordi Sunyer and colleagues from the Centre for Research in Environmental Epidemiology, Spain, published in this week's PLOS Medicine.
Adults only really catch flu about twice a decade, suggests study - EurekaAlert 1 hour ago
New assays can detect malaria parasites in human blood at very low levels and might be helpful in the campaign to eradicate malaria, reports a study published this week in PLOS Medicine. An international team led by Ingrid Felger, took advantage of genes that have multiple copies in the parasite genome to reveal parasites present at concentrations that are 10 times lower than the detection limit of current standard assays.
Housing First program has success in study of homeless people with men... - EurekaAlert 1 hour ago
Adults over the age of 30 only catch flu about twice a decade, a new study publishing March 3 in PLOS Biology suggests.
Outcomes of lung transplantations since implementation of need-based a... - EurekaAlert 1 hour ago
It sounds simple, but it appears to be working: give homeless people financial help to find free-market rental accommodation in the community as well as mental health support services, and the success rate in ending their homelessness is far higher than with current approaches.
Since implementation of a medical need-based allocation system of donor lungs in 2005, double-lung transplantation has been associated with better graft survival than single-lung transplantation in patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis; at five years, there has been no survival difference between single- and double-lung transplant recipients in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, according to a study in the March 3 issue of JAMA.
|NFL's Ravens, Rice settlement was for $1.59 million: report - Yahoo Sports 1 hour ago|
Ex-NFL star Hernandez texted murder victim before his death - Yahoo Sports 1 hour ago
(Reuters) - The settlement of a wrongful termination grievance reached in January between the Baltimore Ravens and running back Ray Rice was for $1.59 million, the Baltimore Sun reported on Tuesday, citing sources. Rice filed the grievance after he was cut from the Ravens and had his $35 million contract terminated in September, when a graphic video surfaced of him knocking out his then-finance in a New Jersey casino elevator. Rice, a three-time Pro Bowler, had sought back pay from his $3.5 million base salary for the 2014 season.
Nuggets sack coach Shaw after disappointing start - Yahoo Sports 1 hour ago
By Daniel Lovering FALL RIVER, Massachusetts (Reuters) - Former National Football League player Aaron Hernandez exchanged text messages with the man he is charged with murdering in the hours before the killing took place, according to cell phone records shown in court on Tuesday. Raymond MacDonald, a T-Mobile employee, testified that the messages from Hernandez were on the cell phone of the victim, Odin Lloyd, whose bullet-ridden body was found in an industrial park near Hernandez's home in North Attleborough, Massachusetts, on June 17, 2013. Bristol County Assistant District Attorney Patrick Bomberg showed Lloyd's phone in Massachusetts Superior Court in Fall River, Massachusetts, and asked MacDonald to read text messages sent from a number identified as Hernandez's. On the night of June 16, Hernandez texted "imma hit u when i'm dat way like Las time".
WGC Match-Play event will move to Texas in 2016 - Yahoo Sports 1 hour ago
Brian Shaw was fired as coach of the NBA's Denver Nuggets on Tuesday after going 56-85 in a season and a half in the job, the team announced. Melvin Hunt, in his fifth season as an assistant coach for the Nuggets, was named the club's interim coach for the remainder of the season. The Nuggets have lost six games in a row and fallen to 20-39, third-worst in the Western Conference and 12 1/2 games behind Oklahoma City for the final playoff spot in the West with 23 games remaining in the season. "You won't find a better guy than Brian and he is one of the brightest basketball minds I've ever been around," said Nuggets general manager and vice president of basketball operations Tim Connelly.
Struggling Nuggets fire head coach Shaw - Yahoo Sports 1 hour ago
The World Golf Championships Match Play tournament will move to Austin, Texas, in 2016 and be played two weeks before next year's Masters, the International Federation of PGA Tours announced Tuesday. The WGC Match Play will also have a new sponsor starting next year in Dell, a computer technology company based in the Austin area. Instead of a strict knockout format as in years past, the Match-Play starting this year will feature 16 groups of four players based on seedings from world ranking.
(Reuters) - The free-falling Denver Nuggets fired head coach Brian Shaw on Tuesday, replacing him for the rest of the season with his assistant coach Melvin Hunt. The Nuggets have slumped to a 20-39 record this season, losing their last six games and 19 of their past 21. "I want to sincerely thank Brian for his time with our organization," Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly said in a statement.
|PCH Buys Fab, as a Retail Outlet for Hardware Upstarts - Wired 1 hour ago|
An Awesome 8-Bit Music Video Made Using Beads as Pixels - Wired 1 hour ago
For PCH, Fabâ€™s user base is a new kind of community that can prove the viability of the startups it incubates. The post PCH Buys Fab, as a Retail Outlet for Hardware Upstarts appeared first on WIRED.
Hypnotic Robot 3-D Prints Webs Like a Spider - Wired 1 hour ago
The Very Best's "Let Go" isn't your standard-issue 8-bit-inspired music video. While it has all the fun and side-scrolling action of an 8-bit video, the clip also has something else: It was made out of beads. The post An Awesome 8-Bit Music Video Made Using Beads as Pixels appeared first on WIRED.
Impressive Lava Fountain as Villarrica Erupts in Chile - Wired 1 hour ago
What if a robot could 3-D print a plastic shell for itself, much the way a caterpillar crafts a cozy cocoon? The post Hypnotic Robot 3-D Prints Webs Like a Spider appeared first on WIRED.
How Climate Change Will Alter New York Cityâ€™s Skyline - Wired 1 hour ago
Villarrica unleashed an impressive lava fountain as the recent unrest continues at the Chilean volcano. The post Impressive Lava Fountain as Villarrica Erupts in Chile appeared first on WIRED.
Planes are parked after flying in on frozen Lake Winnipesaukee Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015, in Alton,N.H. Jim Cole/AP After several brutal months, most of America is ready to see winterâ€™s backside. But for aviation enthusiasts in New England, the longer and colder the season, the better. As long as the waters of Alton Bay on […] The post How Climate Change Will Alter New York City’s Skyline appeared first on WIRED.