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Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Janice Salac, 70, of Lawrenceville, plays bingo at the Guyasuta Days Festival in Sharpsburg on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. Salac was joined by her granddaughter, Casey Harrover (right), 28, of Sharpsburg, and her friend Hope Brandon (left), 22, of Etna. The bingo game raised money for the Guyasuta of Fox Chapel football and cheerleading teams and the festival continues through the week.
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Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Faythe Pirozzi, 12, holds her cousin Xyleena Fredley, 4 months, as they cuddle on the steps at Catalano Park in their neighborhood of Spring Garden on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. The pair joined communities across the Pittsburgh region and the country for the National Night Out Against Crime celebrations, which take place annually on the first Tuesday of every August. Spring Garden was one of some 50 such celebrations in the Pittsburgh area alone, encouraging neighbors to meet one another, educating on crime prevention programs, and hosting games and activities for the public.
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Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Mike Yost (in red hat), 11, takes aim with a rubber band at Mackenzie Chrestler (front center), 13, as they play with their neighborhood friends and family at Catalano Park in their neighborhood of Spring Garden on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. The pair joined communities across the Pittsburgh region and the country for the National Night Out Against Crime celebrations, which take place annually on the first Tuesday of every August. Playing with them are Dallas Chrestler (front left in red), 10, Lillie Mae Bill (front right), 10, Tommy Frost (left in stripes), 6, and Carmello Mickens (right in gray), 10, all of Spring Garden.
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Andrew Russell | Trib Total Media
Payton Stubbs, 8, of Kittanning splashes in the fountain at Moore Park in Brookline, Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015. Stubbs was in Pittsburgh visiting family.
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Andrew Russell | Trib Total Media
Carl Baumgart, 57, of Overbrook poses with a section of pipe, Tuesday, August 4, 2015, which broke in front his garage on Homehurst Avenue on Monday. The break caused severe errosion causing a full-sized pickup truck to be partially swallowed by the hole.
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Sean Stipp | Trib Total Media
R.J. Smith of College Works Painting paints the exterior of The Victorian Lady of Academy Hill Tea Parlor & Gifts along N. Main Street in Greensburg on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015.
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Andrew Russell | Trib Total Media
PennEnvironment spokesman David Masur announces plans to take steps to file a suite against ArcelorMittal USA Inc., the world's largest steel manufacturer, due to air quality problems with the company's Monessen Coke Plant. The announcement was held in front of the Federal Court Building, Downtown, on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015.
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James Knox | Trib Total Media
Police Chief Cameron McLay stands next to data printouts of city homicides, Tuesday Aug. 4, 2015, at a press conference discussing violent crime trends, how the Bureau of Police is adjusting its response to gun violence and a new report that will be available online and updated regularly.
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Alexandria Polanosky | Trib Total Media
Jocelyn Heminger, 8, of Pittsburgh, chooses her next rock to skip across the Youghiogheny River in Belle Vernon's Cedar Creek Park on Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2015.

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