Hoarding Situation Makes For Difficult Fire Fight In Penn HillsFire raged out of control at a home in Penn Hills Monday night.
Neighbor Rescues Woman From Fire In Penn Hills A woman was rescued from a burning home in Penn Hills late Sunday night.
Fire Officials: Hoarding Made Munhall Fire Fight DifficultFirefighters are on the scene of a blaze in Munhall.
Firefighters Have Trouble Entering Burning Home, Tons Of Newspapers Blocking DoorFirefighters were called to a home in Scott Township after it went up in flames.
Beltzhoover Family, Pets Removed From "Unlivable" HouseBrittany Thibodeaux, 18, is inconsolable. Whatever last, slim hold her family had on any sense of normalcy was falling apart.
Former Teacher Removed From Garbage-Filled HouseA retired Uniontown school teacher is being evaluated in the hospital, after Uniontown Police removed her from her home, which was filled with feces, urine and garbage.
Local Hoarder Died From Heart DiseaseThe medical examiner has determined that the Ingram man found dead in his home, buried among mounds of trash and junk he had been collecting for years, died from heart disease.
Hoarding's Darkest SideMost people have some clutter around the house, but at what point does it become a hazard? We’ve all had times where we can’t see the kitchen table because of clutter, but we clean it off and throw away what isn’t necessary. For some, they can’t throw anything away and become hoarders.

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