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 As part of a so­cial me­dia pro­mo­tion Tuesday, Alana Debe­lak, sec­ond from left, of Plum holds her 18-month-old nephew, Max Ehen, while Chris­tina Carr, right, of Mur­rys­ville holds 19-month-old De­clan Rusie­w­icz dur­ing the Pirates rally in Mar­ket Square. Ms. Carr is De­clan’s nanny.
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As part of a so­cial me­dia pro­mo­tion Tuesday, Alana Debe­lak, sec­ond from left, of Plum holds her 18-month-old nephew, Max Ehen, while Chris­tina Carr, right, of Mur­rys­ville holds 19-month-old De­clan Rusie­w­icz dur­ing the Pirates rally in Mar­ket Square. Ms. Carr is De­clan’s nanny.

National League wild card game is back in Pittsburgh tonight

Fans are pumped up to recreate intensity of last year’s blackout game. The Pirates play the Giants tonight at 8:07 p.m. at PNC Park.

  • Pirates players discuss wild card game


  •  Two lone walkers make their way around the Point State Park fountain in August. The American Planning Association has named Point State Park in Downtown Pittsburgh one of the country's top 10 public places.

    Point State Park named one of country's top 10 public places

    Point State Park was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1975 and has been revamped in phases over the last seven years.



     T.J. Lane, the suspect in the shooting of five students at the high school in Chardon, Ohio, wears a bulletproof vest as he is escorted Tuesday from juvenile court.

    Educators, experts told vigilance key in preventing violent attacks in schools

    “I got a lot of letters saying why are you doing this to our kids. This is never going to happen here. But it did,” one official said.



    Family says Indiana County infant hit by bullet will be blind

    The boy’s father, Jeremie, was holding the baby on Sept. 25 when the bullet came through a window of the family’s home near Saltsburg.


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