1 month ago

As Floridians face Irma's wrath, Cubans swim through its aftermath

As Floridians feel Hurricane Irma's wrath, Cubans are swimming through its aftermath...

The 125-mile-per-hour hurricane, that tore through the Cuban coastline on Saturday, uprooted trees, tore off roofs.. and turned Havana into one big swim read more...



1 month ago

Carbon Monoxide Leak At Hotel Pool Leaves 1 Teen Dead, 12 People Hospitalized

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1 month ago

Zodiac Pool Systems Launches New Technical Training Program “Zodiac Academy”

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1 month ago

Scientists Find Out How Much Pee Is Really In The Swimming Pool

A whiz of a study has determined just how much urine may be in the average public pool.

And urine for a shock: It's more than anyone wants.

The news leak - actually, the news about leaks - comes from a team of researchers in Canada w read more...



3 months ago

How Auto Mechanics Can Rip You Off, and How to Avoid Being Taken for a Ride

Have you ever gone to an auto repair shop for an oil change, only to have the mechanic say your car needs a new transmission? Has the "check engine" light come on, and suddenly the mechanic says you need expensive new engine parts?

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4 months ago

Unique & Functional Kitchen Island Ideas by Nick DAlleva

If you are looking to do a complete kitchen remodeling for yourself, or for maximum resale value, don't neglect the kitchen island. Once just a place to pull up some stools so the kids could eat before running to the bus, the island and it's funct read more...



6 months ago

Prison Gardens Grow New Lives for Inmates

ABC News' Bill Ritter reports:

From Enfield, Conn., to New York City and the San Francisco Bay, lush gardens filled with ripe fruits, vegetables and flowers are growing in unexpected places - Next