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Andrew Russell | Trib Total Media
Justin Thakar, 22, of Squirrel Hill draws on the sidewalk near Fifth Avenue in Oakland, Monday, Nov. 3 2014. Thakar says his street art is designed to inspire viewers to love science and math.
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Evan Sanders | Trib Total Media
Phil Elias of Dawson watches as his dogs, Kasy and Cooper, wrestle for possession of a stick used for fetch on their daily walk along the Great Allegheny Passage in Dawson on Monday, Nov. 3, 2014.
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Andrew Russell | Trib Total Media
Keith Abercrombie, 60, of the North Side walks his dog, Taurus along the Allegheny River, Monday, Nov. 3, 2014.
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Eric Felack | Trib Total Media
Apollo firefighters work at the scene where an excavator tipped over and fell onto a Pontiac Bonneville on Astronaut Way in Apollo on Monday, Nov. 3, 2014.
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Eric Felack | Valley News Dispatch
Harrison Police investigate an overturned scrap metal truck on the Route 28 expressway in the southbound lanes about a half-mile south of Exit 16 on Monday, Nov. 3, 2014. The accident forced the temporary closure of the southbound lanes.
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Cindy Shegan Keeley | Trib Total Media
Funeral director Sue Striffler Galaski (second from left) donated her company's services for the funerals of the four children killed in an Oct. 18 fire in McKeesport's 10th Ward.
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Jasmine Goldband | Trib Total Media
Adm. Jonathan Greenert speaks about global security and the Navy on Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, in Moon Area High School.

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