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A Black woman looks into the cabinet under her kitchen sink.
Oliver Morrison
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90.5 WESA
The cost of providing water and sewage across the country has been increasing by more than triple the rate of inflation — and that cost is increasing even faster in the Pittsburgh area, as the region undergoes generational infrastructure improvements. Some water and sewage utilities are doing better than others at helping vulnerable customers keep their water on.
A Port Authority bus and a car sit on top of a collapsed bridge covered in snow.
National Transit Safety Board officials said the bridge was in such poor condition, it should have been closed to traffic before the collapse could take place.
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The nanas program targets those students, many of whom frequently miss school because their families lack the transportation or resources to get them there otherwise.