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Key Indicators for Understanding Our Region

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Tracking Twitter Trends Growing Smarter For Southwestern Pennsylvanians, Plenty Of Reasons To Give Thanks Our Congressional Districts at a Glance Is Better Good Enough? Bike City City of Pittsburgh Housing Conditions

Tracking Twitter Trends

How is Pittsburgh trending on Twitter? Try our new PittsburghTODAY Positivity Index to find out. Each week it analyzes Twitter conversations about our 15 benchmark regions and ranks them by how positive those tweets are.

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Growing Smarter

A national study has ranked Greater Pittsburgh near the middle of the pack in sprawl among 221 U.S. metro areas. But things are changing around Pittsburgh in unexpected ways.

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For Southwestern Pennsylvanians, Plenty Of Reasons To Give Thanks

It's the time of year to count our blessings, and for those of us lucky enough to live in southwestern Pennsylvania, we have many reasons to be thankful.

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Our Congressional Districts at a Glance

What is the jobless rate in your congressional district? Median household income? Housing market health? Are there more people of Italian ancestry than Irish? Find out by viewing our revealing graphic profiles of the Pittsburgh MSA's five congressional districts.

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Is Better Good Enough?

Despite marked improvement in air quality, the Pittsburgh region still ranks among the most polluted in the nation. This PittsburghTODAY special report looks at whether we've grown tolerant of substandard air and asks the question: Is better good enough?

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Bike City

This week, Pittsburgh is hosting the nation's top experts in biking and pedestrian issues. How does Pittsburgh stack up as a place to bike and walk? And what is Pittsburgh's new Mayor planning to do about it?

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City of Pittsburgh Housing Conditions

Whether they own or rent, 8 in 10 City of Pittsburgh residents describe the condition of their housing as good, very good or excellent, according to our Pittsburgh Regional Quality of Life Survey.

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