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KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsMost people cannot pick up a car, but someone found a way to move a Cadillac. Then, they stole what was hiding underneath. Now a Hutchinson business is out thousands of dollars. Silas Manche goes to work with a mission. He pulls valuable parts out of...
Tags: Theft, Criminals, Environmental Issues
Luxury continues to shape today's bathroom design, as hot tubs, fancier showers, rustic stone tile and high-end fixtures rule the day. As busy home buyers look for a personal retreat, they are increasingly using their creativity in the master bathroom....
Special to the TribuneIf you're tired of picking roofing materials and deciding where wall outlets will go, put aside the mundane decisions and have fun with options that can have big payoffs in personal comfort and enjoyment. Think about heated bathroom floors, an artistic...
Special to the TribuneThermostats used to be primitive on-off switches that required a lot of tweaking -- up a hair to ward off a chill, then down a hair to cool off. Modern versions have keypads and digital readouts that control heating, cooling, humidity and even the amount...
Special to the TribuneTwo layers of glass, insulating air spaces and high-tech reflective films can make top-line windows almost as warm as insulated walls. But whether you're considering replacements on an older home or units for new construction, shopping for true energy...
Controls and monitors for heating, cooling, power and other systems are crammed into cluttered dashboards in cars. In houses, they're spread all over, sometimes in plain sight, often tucked away where you wouldn't expect them or have a clue what they...
Tags: Environmental Issues
Special to Tribune NewspapersLike most fuel-saving home appliances, high-efficiency furnaces cost more than others upfront. That complicates the idea of upgrading. Does it make sense to invest in a new system when you already have one that works? Start answering those questions...
StatewideThe statewide Museum of Connecticut Glass on May 18 celebrates the 200th anniversary of the founding of the 19th century Coventry Glass Company. The show runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The 9th outdoor (rain or shine) annual show will display early molds...
It was a long winter. Shorter days, cooler weather and pavement potholes may have taken their toll on you — and an even bigger toll on your car. As flowers bloom and trees grow, it's a good time to give your car a spring cleaning and thorough...
Atop St. Luke's Hospital and Health Network's Heart and Vascular Center in Bethlehem, energy conservation is as simple as can be: A green roof improves air and water quality while insulating the building. Inside the facility at Eighth and Eaton streets,...
As a young man, David Steinberg moved to Chicago from his native Winnipeg to study at the Yeshiva, a Jewish rabbinical school. But on the way he went to see Chicago's Second City comedy troupe and became so enamored with its style of stand-up, he...
Sun StaffConfronting flooded buildings and spoiled food, dozens of Baltimore-area schools still reeling from Tropical Storm Isabel struggled yesterday to pump basements, assess damage and throw away soured milk. Many schools untouched by the storm reopened...
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