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Sometimes cats like to catch a bit of sun by the window. This actually may do more harm than good and can even give your cat a sunburn. Buzz60…

Four bodies were found inside and outside a home after a shooting on a dead-end street in central Ohio, police said. Police did not immediatel…

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Leal features inside-outside versatility and explosiveness, but will need to work on becoming an asset against the run after not taking a step forward his junior season.

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CLAIM: The proper way to wear a medical mask is with the colored side on the outside if you are sick and don’t want to spread your germs and with the white side out if you’re not sick and want to stop germs from getting in.

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Amanda Haas, a cookbook author who works with Traeger Grills, says: "Lots of grills are covered in grease, dust, and pollen when you lift that cover after a long winter of hibernation, so give the outside a thorough scrub down. Keeping it clean will extend the life of the grill and help prevent accidents due to sticky or greasy surfaces."

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One insider tip for making sure your gas line is uncompromised is to brush the outside of the gas tubes with soapy water and then run the gas. If you see any bubbles along the tubes, there are leaks and the tubes need to be replaced. If you see bubbles where the tubes connect into the grill or gas tank, these might just need tightening.

Eating dinner outside on a long, warm evening is one of the great pleasures of summer. But without the right tools, from outdoor seating to durable plates and glasses, dining al fresco can cause a bit of a headache. Make sure you’ve got the essentials for effortless outdoor meals, and you’ll be toasting to those summer nights for as long as the season lasts.

Spring weather is a doozy and unpredictable at best. Once the rain lets up, it’s a race to soak up every toasty ray of sunshine you can before another shower shows up in the forecast. Here are 10 practical changes you can make to your patio in a jiff, so you can fully savor spring where you ought to - outdoors!

The easiest way to bring the outside in is to reflect the colors of your view in your decor. If your space looks onto a grassy backyard, choose green for your furnishings. If you live in a climate that experiences a lot of sun, accessorize in yellow. If you look out onto the water, consider decorating in shades of blue.

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