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The eclipse, the first fully visible over the region since 2010, begins with the partial phase at 1:58 a.m. Totality is from 3:07 to 4:25.
An ALS group begun by the Alexander family of O'Hara brought in more than $145,000 in a WTAE telethon last week.
Leo, the dominant constellation of spring, has now taken center stage almost directly overhead in the southern sky.
The CDC's 2011 survey of 183 hospitals showed that an estimated 648,000 patients nationwide suffered 721,000 infections.
Pitt received $7.3 million to study if successful treatment of depression for those with heart failure can extend their lives.
The move, announced by the Food and Drug Administration, is part of effort to deal with the rise of antibiotic resistant diseases in humans.
Tiny amounts, whether ingested or absorbed through the skin, can cause vomiting and seizures and even be lethal.
The results suggest that families view the pediatrician as a convenient, trusted and discreet source of treatment.
Before the cycle comes to a close, a thin waning crescent moon will join Venus for a stunning conjunction in the morning sky.
NASA is inviting people to submit their names to be etched into a microchip aboard an asteroid-bound spacecraft, OSIRIS-REx.
Museum employees looked at the 11-foot-long animal with its beak, long neck, crested head and slanted posture and gave it the perfect name.
On Thursday at 12:57 p.m., the sun will climb back across the celestial equator into the northern sky, marking the vernal equinox.