Five years ago, Pittsburgh became part of a state program intended to create jobs and bring life back to some of PA's most blighted regions. The Keystone Opportunity Zone, or KOZ, program offers temporary tax breaks to people willing to take a chance on those regions. But the clock is ticking. Halfway through the ten-year KOZ period in Pittsburgh, some neighborhoods have improved. But some don't look much different at all. DUQ's Katherine Fink reports.
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This story originally aired on WDUQ jUNE 16, 2005.