Sony had just reconnected most services for its PlayStation Network this weekend, when it had to shut down some of its services. The company suffered a major security breach, last month, that exposed the personal information of 100 million of its customers. Its services were shutdown for 26 days, while Sony reworked its security.
A bunch of health professionals are ratcheting up the pressure on McDonald's to change the way it markets its wares.
In an open letter to the company's CEO published in newspapers across the country signed by hundreds of doctors, nurses and others linked the company's marketing of unhealthful food to children to the rise in obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
The Paducah Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve a memorandum of understanding with Murray State University, the McCracken County Fiscal Court and the Greater Paducah Economic Development Council regarding the issuance of a $10 million bond to help fund construction of a new extended MSU campus in Paducah.
MURRAY – Local, state and company officials from Pella Corp. have announced the firm will expand its Murray operations - creating 75 new jobs by June. Pella manufactures and installs windows and doors for new construction and renovation projects. Demand for the company’s energy-efficient vinyl products is driving the expansion, according to a press release from Gov. Steve Beshear's office.
A while back, we teamed up with Pictory magazine and asked readers to submit photos and stories about local legends. You can find Pictory's curated showcase over there; and an ongoing blog feature here.
This image of Billy Nardozzi came to us from Brett Yasko, a Pittsburgh designer. Technically the photo isn't great, but that's part of the story.
Predictions by Secretary of State Elaine Walker that just 10 percent of registered voters would go to the polls Tuesday turned out to be on target. About 10.3 percent of registered voters voted in Tuesday’s primary election. There were just seven races between the Democratic and Republican tickets. “I think the turnout today was an embarrassment,” Walker told the Daily News late Tuesday evening.
There's been no shortage of online buzz this week in anticipation of President Obama's Thursday morning speech on U.S. Mideast policy. Much of this buzz is happening on Twitter, which along with other social media tools has played an unprecedented role in the Mideast uprisings.