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Wednesday – Nov. 5, 2014

Jason Bridge | Trib Total Media
Ralph Mills, owner of Pittsburgh Stained Glass Studios, installs a piece of one of the many restored stained-glass windows at Central Presbyterian Church in Tarentum on Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014. The 101-year-old windows were removed in May for restoration by Mills' company.
Guy Wathen | Trib Total Media
Fallen leaves blow around Joe Davis, of West Mifflin, as he and other members of a grounds crew clear them from Homewood Cemetery on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014.
Andrew Russell | Trib Total Media
John R. Wible, curator of mammals at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, holds a 3D printed model of a skull from a Vintana Sertichi-- a previously undiscovered mammal that lived in Madagascar before the extinction event that killed dinosaurs 66 million years ago. Wible was able to make his study and model based on CAT scans made by a team of researchers from Stony Brook University who found the skull in 2010.
Steph Chambers | Trib Total Media
State Trooper Steve Limani comforts Fawna, a 9-month-old female collie mix, at the Humane Society of Westmoreland County in Greensburg on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014. Fawna was found in a garbage bag in a garbage can in New Stanton last Thursday, and charges have been filed.
Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Mary Anne Papale of Highland Park takes a selfie with Santa at the preview news conference for Light Up Night at Fifth Avenue Place in Downtown on Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2014. Light Up Night will bring family activities, music, food, bands, and of course, fireworks, among other things, to downtown Pittsburgh on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014.
James Knox | Trib Total Media
Dr. Cyril Wecht speaks to the media after leaving Judge Jeffery Manning's courtroom after a morning of testifying in the Robert Ferrante trial Wednesday Nov. 5, 2014 at the Allegheny County Courthouse.
Jasmine Goldband | Trib Total Media
Allegheny Health Network vice president of Women's Health Initiative Deborah Linhart (center) and Allegheny Health Network President and CEO John Paul talk with Dr. Kara Gardner, director of newborn medicine, in the new level two neonatal intensive care unit following a ribbon cutting ceremony in celebration of the opening of the new Jefferson Hospital Woman and Infants Center Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014.
James Knox | Trib Total Media
Police were on scene of a two-car crash that hospitalized one occupant of this car and two from another vehicle on Wednesday morning Nov. 5, 2014 at the intersection of 27th Street and Penn Avenue in the Strip District.
Lori C. Padilla | for Trib Total Media
Mandy Burnsworth, animal program manager for Nemacolin Woodlands Resort and Spa visits with Isis, a white tiger, who is housed at the resort's zoo. South Connellsville Volunteer Fire Department hosted a fundraising spaghetti dinner to benefit the Western Pennsylvania National Wild Animal Orphanage in Uniontown, where local veterinarian William Sheperd cares for animals rescued by law enforcement. Many of the animals cannot be placed into zoos or would not be welcomed back into a pack or pride due to human contact. Ogre, a spotted leopard, two linx and Isis were brought to the hall for visitors to photograph and see.
Barry Reeger | Trib Total Media
Volunteer Erin Wilson replaces a flag after clearing overgrown grass as Craig Bolton makes a pass with his mower at Union Cemetery in Hempfield on Nov. 05, 2014. Several volunteers are using their time and lawn maintenance equipment to clean up the cemetery in time for Veterans Day. The cemetery had been maintained through a trust fund at First Commonwealth Bank that provided regular payments for mowing and other maintenance at the cemetery until the fund was depleted. Volunteer Bob Garritano of North Huntingdon said the volunteers plan to maintain the property for the next five months while a Westmoreland County judge considers the bank's request that the township take over maintenance. To volunteer call 724-875-7830

Daily images from around the region by Trib Total Media staff photographers.

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