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Since the virus mutates rapidly, picking the right viral strain to develop an inoculation for is a challenge. [Read More]
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Letterkenny Army Depot in Franklin County says the end of several maintenance programs could lead to a cut of up to 323 contract workers by... [Read More]
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The Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network was one of three organizations canvassing the blocks around St. Malachy School, a Catholic pre-K and elementary school close to where the... [Read More]
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Trib Total Media is partnering with Pittsburgh artificial intelligence company Crivella Technologies to launch a new web platform... [Read More]
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In 2018, the building – formerly the national headquarters of the Croatian Fraternal Union (CFU) – was purchased by the University of Pittsburgh, which initially... [Read More]
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The Delaware County Technical Schools Practical Nursing Program is, at heart, a quick-turn program that trains students to become licensed practical nurses. [Read More]
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In 2017, nearly 50,000 people in the U.S. died from opioid overdoses. There were 5,456 drug-related overdose deaths in P... [Read More]
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Pennsylvania's chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is suing the borough of Jim Thorpe and two of its police offic... [Read More]
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For years, Pennsylvania's Corrections Department has been grappling with a growing issue: having to dedicate a lot of its b... [Read More]
Last year, the state Board of Education ordered the department to update the guidelines, which haven't been reviewed since 2002, making them as old as... [Read More]
In 2010, the state panel worked on an algorithm, a formula, that would allow a computer to predict how likely a person was to commit another... [Read More]
WITF's Election 2020 coverage continues on radio with the South Carolina Primaries on Saturday February 29.NPR News will provide comprehensi... [Read More]
Block upon block of red brick rowhouses still line Kensington's streets. Increasingly, new construction does too, and lots of it. [Read More]
Allegheny County Democratic Committee chairwoman Eileen Kelly pushed back on criticism of the local party and called for unity in a presidential election year —... [Read More]
A western Pennsylvania-based chain of more than 50 skilled nursing homes has agreed to pay $15,466,278 to resolve claims that it provided medically unnecessary rehabilitation... [Read More]
At least 10 people were shot and killed in western Germany late Wednesday at several locations, including two different hookah lounges frequented by ethnic Kurdish... [Read More]
The Rev. Walter Guzman was one of dozens of priests summoned to the Harrisburg Diocese office Wednesday afternoon, where he learn... [Read More]
The Catholic community in Pennsylvania is still reeling more than a year after a grand jury reported decades of child a... [Read More]
The diocese has been under financial strain from legal fees and payouts to people its clergy and other affiliates abused over many decades. [Read More]
Last year, Pennsylvania issued only 15 new certificates for teachers of the visually impaired. The state's department of education considers it a shortage area because... [Read More]
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