State police say a western Pennsylvania man with a penchant for making unnecessary emergency calls recently complained of chest pains so he could ask medics to help him fix his air conditioner.
You may not be able to control the weather, but you can moderate its impact upon your home.
On summer days when we struggle with soaring temperatures, it’s likely your electric usage is soaring too, which means shelling out more cash when the utility bill arrives.
When temperatures soar, you really can’t put a price on comfort. But if you’re in the market for a window air conditioner, 3 On Your Side’s Jim Donovan found you don’t have to spend a lot to get a lot.
Philadelphia Police are searching for a man they say stole an air conditioner from a home in Kensington last month.
As this latest heat wave begins, the last thing you need is for your central air conditioning to break down. Getting it fixed quickly is often easier said than done. 3-On Your Side’s Jim Donovan has information to help you out.
A Southwest Philadelphia church is now a victim of the heat wave.
New Castle County Police say a victim in a home invasion was able to hit the suspect several times with a frying pan and others detained him until police arrived.
Police have arrested a man after he allegedly broke into a pizza shop in North Philadelphia early Sunday morning.
When temperatures soar, you really can’t put a price on comfort. But if you’re in the market for an air conditioner, you may not have to spend a lot to get a lot.
This week’s heat wave had many of us turning on the air a little earlier than usual. But if you expect your unit to keep you cool all summer long, it’s a good idea to have it serviced before the hot temperatures are here to stay.
You heard about it first on Eyewitness News, the story of a disabled man and his family renting a shore condo and finding the air conditioning was broken on one of the hottest weeks of the summer.
by CBS3’s Jim Donovan for KYW Newsradio 1060 Getting your central air conditioning repaired can often leave you hot under the collar.
With so many air conditioners and fans on this weekend many people are worried about the power going out because of demand but as one utility officials says they’ve got the situation under control.
by CBS3’s Jim Donovan for KYW Newsradio 1060 Window air conditioners have been hot sellers all this week and chances are that will continue.