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Studies: Blue Light From Phones, Computers Could Lead To Major Eye ProblemsYou wouldn't stare at the sun for hours on end, but you're already doing something very similar and it's likely having a huge impact on your eyes.
Pittsburgh Public Schools District, Teachers Continue Negotiations FridayNegotiations between Pittsburgh Public Schools teachers and the district will continue Friday following Monday’s strike authorization vote.
Can Anything Be Done To Prevent The Next School Shooting? Can a school ever be fully secure? Retired West Jefferson Hills Superintendent Dr. Michael Panza says, “unfortunately no.”
Bishop Zubik: Valentine's Day Can Be Celebrated Along With Ash WednesdayFor the first time since 1945, Valentine’s Day falls on Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent and a day of fasting for Catholics.
Rep. Mike Doyle: 'All In All, A Fair Compromise', To Reopen GovernmentOn Capitol Hill, the House has narrowly passed a sweeping bipartisan budget accord, ending an hours-long government shutdown.
Baseball Prospectus' PECOTA Rankings: Pirates Finish With 78 WinsAfter trading both McCutchen and Cole to start 2018, fans were left wondering what to expect this season from the Pirates.
Gov. Wolf Submits Budget, Calls For Marcellus Shale Tax, Minimum Wage Hike, Fee For Those Using State TroopersDemocratic Gov. Tom Wolf's forthcoming budget plan will rely on improving tax collections and a Marcellus Shale natural gas tax to put more money into Pennsylvania's public schools, skills training, opioid-addiction prevention and social services.
Supreme Court Allows Pa. Redistricting To ProceedThe Supreme Court is allowing a court-ordered redrawing of congressional districts in Pennsylvania to proceed, denying a plea from Republicans to block it.
Voters May Have Chance To Shrink Pa. House Of Representatives In NovemberVoters may have the opportunity to shrink the size of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives this November. House Bill 153 would reduce the number of representatives from 203 to 151. State Rep. Jerry Knowles, of the 124th Legislative District in Berks, Carbon and Schuylkill Counties, is the bill’s prime sponsor.
Punxsutawney Phil Sees Shadow, Calls For 6 More Weeks Of WinterPennsylvania’s prognosticating groundhog has seen his shadow, which means six more weeks of winter.
As Construction Workers Retire, Shortage Spurs Special Career WorkshopPPG Paints Arena is the site of an unusual construction trades career workshop this Saturday.
Judge To Rule Soon On Fate Of Mt. Washington BillboardAn Allegheny County judge is expected to rule soon on whether the big yellow Sprint sign on Mount Washington is legal.

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