Kristi Reynolds plays a game with her three boys, Isaac, 8, Timothy, 2 months, and Noah 6. Mrs. Reynolds had Timothy via C-section at West Penn Hospital in February.
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Kristi Reynolds plays a game with her three boys, Isaac, 8, Timothy, 2 months, and Noah 6. Mrs. Reynolds had Timothy via C-section at West Penn Hospital in February.

Can Pittsburgh hospitals offer 'gentler' C-sections?

Many hospitals are embracing new procedures, including placing babies with their mothers within minutes of birth, as “a culture change.”


 Security at Kennywood Park will be heightened this season

Kennywood tightens security in aftermath of weekend fracas

Park officials also will work with police to increase attention to social media.



 Technologists wonder whether using fingerprints, faces or devices to log in would help or hurt the cause of data security and privacy.

If passwords can’t protect your account, can fingerprints do the trick?

Experts from the White House to CMU wonder whether we should “kill the password dead.”



 The Pirates’ Jackie Hunter displays the team’s environmentally friendly cotton rally towel distributed to guests of Pirates Charities. It’s made of 100 percent organic cotton, and environmentally conscious dyes are used to print the Jolly Roger logo.

Pirates handing out 'eco-rally' towels to special guests

The Pirates’ rally towel is a 100-percent organic cotton product that helps promote the club’s commitment to the environment at PNC Park.



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Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra appoints new president, CEO

Melia Peters Tourangeau comes to Pittsburgh from Salt Lake City, where she has served as president and CEO of Utah Symphony | Utah Opera.



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Expense records sought from Elizabeth Forward board president's past employers

The D.A.’s office seeks travel expense records for Elizabeth Forward Board president and Wilkinsburg business manager Phil Martell



Pedestrian killed in McKeesport

The Allegheny County medical examiner’s office was called to the scene of crash at Evans and Linwood streets at 5:43 a.m.


 

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Allegheny College hails moment as nation’s most civil at ceremony

Fifty-four years ago in Montgomery, Ala., police beat John Lewis and other Freedom Riders as they got off a bus.



Obituary: Mary Ellen Quinn / Built family around church, activism

Despite raising nine children, Mary Ellen Quinn of McCandless found time to be active in her church and peace movements.


 

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Steelers' sixth-round pick could start new trend

Defensive lineman from Central Michigan poised to make impact on defense that recently was one of the best in the league.



Pitt adds rebounding star from Brown as a graduate transfer

Pitt, Duquesne and Robert Morris all bolster their rosters in an active Monday for signings and verbal commitments.


 



Law firm 3.0: Information changing law firm models

The standard law firm model that has been in effect for the better part of the last 20 years is becoming less viable.



Dateline Pittsburgh: The Legal Profession

Dateline Pittsburgh: The Legal Profession


 



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Pitt researchers find some hope in Alzheimer's studies

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh provide an update on the search for prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.



Study connects emission cuts to reduction of early deaths

Peer-reviewed study finds health co-benefits would result from implementing the controversial federal Clean Power Plant Rule


 

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E.J. Dionne Jr.: A senator’s faith in humility

Chris Coons tries to narrow the divide between the religious and the secular.



Common Pleas Court: Nominate Crawford, McCrady and McGough

The eight candidates for three openings on the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas are struggling to distinguish themselves on a ballot.


 

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