The Today show discusses the reasons behind the collapse of a pedestrian bridge in Miami.
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CBS Denver reports on the investigation into a tragic fire in Denver which could have been caused by the use of spray foam insulation.
WXYZ_TV Detroit reports on a construction worker fatality that occurred during a water tap when a trench collapsed on top of him.
CNBC reports on trends of homebuilder stocks with experts Craig Johnson, Larry McDonald, and Eric Chemi.
CBS SF Bay Area reports on how local government laws are contributing to the Bay Area housing shortage.
CBS SF Bay Area reports on the result of building debris which blew from the roof of a condo under construction in San Francisco.
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