|Current Weather Conditions in PADUCAH, KY - Updated Apr 19 9:05 AM
|Wind: ||Southeast at 5 mph|
|Pressure: ||29.63 inches |
|Humidity: || 93%|
|Dewpoint: || 63° F (17° C)|
Showers And Thunderstorms. Highs In The Mid 70s. Southwest Winds 10 To 15 Mph. Chance Of Precipitation 90 Percent.
Showers And Thunderstorms Likely. Lows In The Mid 50s. Southwest Winds 5 To 10 Mph. Chance Of Precipitation 70 Percent.
|5 Day Forecast for PADUCAH, KY - Updated Apr 19 9:04 AM
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|Hubble finds phantom objects near dead quasars - EurekaAlert NEW!|
Being born in lean times is bad news for baboons - EurekaAlert NEW!
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has photographed a set of wispy, goblin-green objects that are the ephemeral ghosts of quasars that flickered to life and then faded.
USC Norris study finds herpesvirus activates RIG-I receptor to evade b... - EurekaAlert NEW!
The saying 'what doesn't kill you makes you stronger' may not hold up to scientific scrutiny. Baboons born in times of famine are more vulnerable to food shortages later in life, finds a new study. The findings are important because they help explain why people who are malnourished in early childhood often experience poor health as adults.
To improve bicycle safety, crash reports need to capture more data - EurekaAlert NEW!
Using herpesvirus, molecular immunologists from the University of Southern California Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center have discovered a cellular process that activates a critical immune defense against pathogens, which could have implications for developing drugs to bolster one's immunity to infection. Some herpesvirus infections lead to cancer.
Small RNA plays big role suppressing cancer - EurekaAlert NEW!
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers are calling upon police in all states to improve their reporting of crashes involving vehicles and bicycles, according to a study being published April 2, 2015. Currently, details on crashes are handwritten by police on paper and there are few bicycle-relevant codes. The researchers call for police to use electronic tablets with options to gather more bicycle-specific data. Analysis of the data could lead to safer bicycle environments, encouraging more people to cycle.
Researchers at UC Davis have unraveled some of these relationships, identifying several interactions that directly impact liver and colon cancer.
|Samsungâ€™s New 4K TVs Are Here, and Theyâ€™re Gorgeous - Wired NEW!|
Comcast Says Itâ€™ll Bring Ultra-Fast Internet to US by 2016 - Wired NEW!
The stunning SUHD TVs that Samsung displayed at CES are ready to hit stores, and they're priced at a premium. The post Samsung’s New 4K TVs Are Here, and They’re Gorgeous appeared first on WIRED.
Snapchat tallies government data requests for the first time - PC World NEW!
Comcast says it will soon compete head-on with Google Fiber. The post Comcast Says It’ll Bring Ultra-Fast Internet to US by 2016 appeared first on WIRED.
This tool can alert you about evil twin access points in the area - PC World NEW!
Snapchatâ€™s service featuring disappearing messages is known for its popularity among teens. Now itâ€™s becoming popular with law enforcement.Snapchat, for the first time, has disclosed the number of requests for user information it has received from governments in the U.S. and in other countries. These requests may come in the form of subpoenas, court orders, search warrants or other legal processes, seeking a variety of user information like usernames, email addresses and phone numbers.Authorities may also seek the content of messages. They have a tight window, thoughâ€”Snapchat says it deletes peopleâ€™s messages from its servers after all recipients have viewed them, or 30 days after an unopened message is sent. Governments can also seek logs containing the metadata of messages, which Snapchat retains.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Confusion but hope as US faces payment revolution - PC World NEW!
A new open-source tool can periodically scan an area for rogue Wi-Fi access points and can alert network administrators if any are found.The tool, called EvilAP_Defender, was designed specifically to detect malicious access points that are configured by attackers to mimic legitimate ones in order to trick users to connect to them.These access points are known as evil twins and allow hackers to intercept Internet traffic from devices connected to them. This can be used to steal credentials, spoof websites and more.Most users configure their computers and devices to automatically connect to some wireless networks, like those in their homes or at their workplace. However, when faced with two wireless networks that have the same name, or SSID, and sometimes even the same MAC address, or BSSID, most devices will automatically connect to the one that has the stronger signal.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
In just under six months, a behind-the-scenes switch in the payments industry will change the way U.S. consumers shop and could bring wider acceptance for Apple Pay and its competitors.Beginning in October, liability for transactions with fraudulent credit and debit cards will shift from the card companies to retailers, if the retailers havenâ€™t invested in terminals that donâ€™t accept chip-based cards. The chip cards are already being sent from banks to customers, and some stores have them in place, but much is still up in the air.At this weekâ€™s Transact 15 expo in San Francisco, a gathering of companies in the electronic payments industry, everyone has questions and there are few answers. Could the shift be delayed, will banks mandate PIN numbers instead of signatures for purchases with the new cards, and will cybercriminals just shift their attention online?To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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Militants strike Egypt's Sinai, kill 15 troops, 3 civilians - AP NEW!
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Al-Qaida in Yemen captures a southern city, frees inmates - AP NEW!
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German crash co-pilot researched suicide, cockpit doors - AP NEW!
SANAA, Yemen (AP) -- Al-Qaida militants traveling in convoys flying black banners captured a major port city in southern Yemen on Thursday, seizing government buildings and freeing inmates from a prison, including a top Saudi-born leader, security officials said....
BERLIN (AP) -- Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz spent time online researching suicide methods and cockpit door security in the week before crashing Flight 9525, prosecutors said Thursday - the first evidence that it may have been a premeditated act....