Sport

Chiefs to hold 15 open training camp practices

The Chiefs announced their training camp schedule on Friday. The team will be back at Missouri Western State University for the 12th time this summer and the general public will be invited to 15 of those sessions. The team announced that there will be a $5 admission charge for three of those practices — July […]

Lifestyle

Study identifies therapeutic targets for Alzheimer’s disease

A new University of Kentucky College of Medicine study has identified potential targets to develop a therapy that could prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, affecting an estimated 6.2 million Americans in 2021 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Currently, there is no cure, only pharmaceutical […]

Business

Euro zone finance ministers back Croatia’s bid to join euro

Euro zone finance ministers backed on Thursday Croatia’s bid to adopt the euro, clearing another hurdle on the way of the Balkan country to become the 20th member of the currency area from the start of 2023. “I am very pleased to announce that the Eurogroup agreed today that Croatia fulfils all the necessary conditions […]

Technology

South Korean man pays $330 for headstone marking the death of Internet Explorer

Microsoft ended support for Internet Explorer last week, calling time on the browser after an amazing 27 years. It’s led to many memes populating the internet, and one person was so sad/relieved by the death of IE that they paid over $300 for a headstone marking its demise. To commemorate the end of Internet Explorer […]

News

How Ebony the ‘social butterfly’ fought her way out of a coma after a near-fatal aneurysm

Ebony Bamber had to cancel lunch plans with her mum because she had a headache. That afternoon, she collapsed in her bathroom, crying out in pain. “I remember just wanting it to stop … and then I fell unconscious.” Ebony’s younger sister, Gabby Khan, went to check on her and broke through the bathroom door […]