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Ian Bush


Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Ian:

2 people in Philly the first to be treated in US using CRISPR

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — A clinical trial at the University of Pennsylvania is making history.For the first time in the United States, researchers are testing the gene-editing tool CRISPR on people. → Read More

Under Pressure, Apple Lowers iPad Cost For Schools

The announcement comes as Apple tries to claw its way back to dominance in the classroom. → Read More

Road To Final Four Is No Cheap Trip For Nova Fans

Villanova fans who missed out on being at the Final Four when the Wildcats won it all in 2016 may be thinking seriously about a trip to Texas this time around. → Read More

Snow Proves Tough Competition For Villanova On Road To Sweet 16

The weather put up quite a fight as the Villanova men's basketball team tried to make it from the Main Line to the airport Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Gov. Wolf To Put $35M Toward Encouraging Broadband Expansion

Governor Wolf hopes to expand broadband internet to every part of Pennsylvania by the end of 2022. → Read More

Could Philadelphia Be Home To New Apple Facility?

The iPhone maker's search for a new facility for what will initially house a call center is typical Apple: hush-hush. → Read More

18-Year-Old Father Accused Of Killing 5-Month-Old Daughter Over Video Game Frustrations

Zion Isaiah Shockley, 18, of Coatesville, is being held without bail on first-degree murder charges. → Read More

New Uber Feature To Attempt To Enforce Rest Periods For Drivers

Once a driver reaches 10 straight hours on the road, Uber will suggest a break and warn of an impending deadline. → Read More

‘Safer Internet Day’ Aims To Bolster Everyday Defenses «

A computer in every pocket, a smart speaker in many homes -- but when the Internet is everywhere, risk is not far behind. Mitigating that is the goal of this 'Safer Internet Day.' → Read More

3 Philadelphia-Area Talents Receive Academy Awards Nominations

The Academy Awards are becoming old hat for Benj Pasek. → Read More

Here’s How You Can Watch The NFC Championship Game If You’ve Ditched Cable «

If you've ditched cable and haven't gone the antenna route to pull in free local TV -- you can still watch the Eagles take on the Vikings this weekend. → Read More

Democrats Push To Overturn FCC Repeal Of Net Neutrality

Democrats say they have enough support to force a vote that would overrule the Republican-led FCC. → Read More

Fancy Brigades Compete For Mummers Glory At Philadelphia Convention Center

These are sets beyond what Broadway could imagine even for one show, and there are a dozen different ones here. → Read More

Pressing Delete On ‘Net Neutrality’ As Head Of FCC Plans Repeal Vote «

The FCC received a record number of public comments after the plan was outlined in the spring. → Read More

More Than 150,000 Have Signed Online Petition To Free Rapper Meek Mill

The Philadelphia rapper was sentenced this week to 2-to-4 years in state prison for violating his probation. → Read More

Second Casino Coming To Philadelphia Following Court Battle

A second casino is in the cards for Philadelphia, with construction set to begin next year in the stadium area. → Read More

Pennsylvania Ranked 5th With Most Anti-Semitic Incidents In US, Says Study

Pennsylvania has one of the highest numbers of anti-Semitic incidents in the country. → Read More

Casinos See Mixed Revenue Results Ahead Of Pennsylvania’s New Gaming Law

Mixed results for local casinos last month, just ahead of changes brought by Pennsylvania's sweeping new gaming law. → Read More

Philly Among Cities With Longest Commute Times, Says Survey

It might not feel like it, but Philly's commute is not the worst in the country. → Read More

Part Of I-76 To Be Closed For Construction Next Week

A heads-up for late-night drivers on the Schuylkill Expressway in Philadelphia. → Read More