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Fire Extinguisher 101: Fire Chief Says Keep Device In Plain View, Act Quickly, Remember To 'PASS'Experts agree all homes should have at least two fire extinguishers, but does yours work and do you even know how to use it?
Sinkhole In Monroeville Apartment Complex Parking Lot Leaves Landlord FrustratedA landlord in Monroeville is frustrated and wants answers after a sinkhole opened up in the parking lot of his apartment complex.
2 Found Dead In Flooded Erie Home After Severe StormAuthorities say two people have died after a home flooded and partially collapsed in Pennsylvania during a severe storm with straight line winds and heavy rain.
Police Searching For Contractor Who Ripped Off 84-Year-Old WomanA contractor from McKeesport was charged Thursday with ripping off an elderly woman of thousands of dollars.
Developer Teams With Amazon To Redevelop Old Kaufmann's Building Into High-Tech, Luxury ApartmentsIf you want to live in an apartment of the future, you may have a chance in a revamped building from Pittsburgh's past.
Increase In Asian Population Is Changing Region Culturally, EconomicallyOn the campuses of Carnegie Mellon and Pitt, on the streets of Squirrel Hill and throughout the city and Allegheny County, people from China and Taiwan are discovering Pittsburgh as a place to study and work.
A Millennial's Guide To MovingIf you're feeling overwhelmed by an upcoming move, check out our handy guide for helping get you prepared and keeping your stress level down.
Tiny House Village Being Built For Veterans In NeedPlans are in the works to build a tiny house village for veterans who have had a tough time transitioning back to society.
Luxury Apartment Building Tenant Complains: When It Rains It Pours -- InsideA tenant in a new luxury apartment building in Bloomfield says when it rains, it pours... inside his apartment.
Luxury Condo Project Downtown Could Mean More Parking For The PublicParking is a premium in downtown Pittsburgh, but more spaces could depend on new luxury condominiums at Ninth and Penn.
Council Considering Raising Realty Transfer Tax To Fund Low-Income HousingCity councilmen want to raise Pittsburgh's realty transfer tax to fund the city's Housing Opportunity Fund to help low-income residents.
New App Brings A Snow Plow To Your Driveway In MinutesSean Smith has plenty of salt, shovels, and a snow plow, but without snow, business has been a slow this winter.

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