The Pittsburgh area is embarking on a heat wave. There are ways to keep your home cool that go beyond cranking up the air conditioning.
Lightning struck a transformer box on a utility pole in West View early Tuesday morning.
Fast-moving storms hit the Pittsburgh area Monday night and knocked out power to thousands.
Bus and trolley service through the Port Authority’s Mt. Washington Transit Tunnel is back to normal and running in both directions. A power problem impacted traffic during the Monday morning rush hour.
Water – whether you are drinking it or getting in it – is one way to deal with the heat. The other is air conditioning. The problem with that is as people come home for work, there is a spike in power usage – all about the same time.
The 30th Home and Garden Show is now open for business at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. This year’s show features more than 1,500 exhibitors in six miles of aisles.
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