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| Monday, July 18, 2016 5:57 p.m
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Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Justin Allen, the father of Isis Allen, receives a hug from friends and neighbors during a vigil for the family near the corner of Zara and Grimes streets in Knoxville, Monday, July 18, 2016. Isis, 6, was shot in the head Sunday night and remains in critical condition. Justin Allen arrived just after sitting with his daughter at Children's Hospital.
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Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
John Parker Sr. of St. Clair Village bows his head in prayer and holds hands with the crowd during a show of support for the family of Isis Allen in Knoxville, Monday, July 18, 2016. The 6 year-old girl was shot in the head Sunday night and remains in critical condition.
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Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Justin Allen, the father of Isis Allen, receives a hug from a friend during a vigil for the family near the corner of Zara and Grimes streets in Knoxville, Monday, July 18, 2016. Isis, 6, was shot in the head near Sunday night and remains in critical condition. Justin Allen arrived just after sitting with his daughter at Children's Hospital.
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Nate Smallwood | Tribune Review
Teddy bears, candles, and notes are left near the porch of a home on Zara Street in Knoxville on Monday, July 18, 2016, where 6-year-old Isis Allen was shot in the head Sunday night.
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Autumn Zundel of New Alexandria, 9, rides Drifter at the Westmoreland Fairgrounds on Monday, July 18, 2016. The Harrold Alwine 4-H Horse Club met for a fun day of instruction and games for the members and their families.
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Patrick Connolly | Tribune-Review
Amy, 12, and Tee Pecora, 13, of Harrison City demonstrate how they show their goats Leo (left) and Shirley (right) at the fair following the Westmoreland Fair Press Conference on Monday, July 18, 2016.
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Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Ian Leslie, 29, of Washington listens to a speaker at Consol Energy Pad 2 in Findlay Township during a press conference to mark initial production at the Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) natural gas development project, Monday, July 18, 2016.
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Dan Speicher | For The Tribune-Review
As the temperature creeps towards 90 degrees, Izac Visnick, 13, (left), laughs with Sky Konwalski,19, both of Tarentum, as they cool off with friends while swimming at the Tarentum Marina, on Monday, July 18, 2016.
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James Knox | Tribune-Review
Joe Colaneri from Joe's Dog House slings Frankfurters and chicken on Monday, July 18, 2016, from his stand parked at the intersection of Margaret Morrison and Tech Streets on the Oakland campus of Carnegie Mellon University.
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Nate Smallwood | Tribune Review
Young artists from the Moving the Lives of Kids Community Mural Project continue to work on their mural near the corner of Forbes and Oakland Ave. in Oakland on July 18, 2016.
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Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
Rick Steigerwald holds up Ray 'Boom Boom' Mancini's hand in victory as Cuban Embassy First Secretary Miguel Fraga claps inside Atria's on the North Shore, Monday, July 18, 2016. The men where promoting 'Boxing on the Bridge' to be held July 30 on the Clemente Bridge. The bouts will pit Pittsburgh-area and Cuban boxers against each other.
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Donald Gilliland | Tribune-Review
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, displays a Terrible Towel on Monday, July 18, 2016, while speaking to Pennsylvania delegates over breakfast at the opening of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

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