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Wednesday - March 6, 2013

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Police officers and a resident of the apartment building in the 5400 block of Penn Avenue watch a crowd gather below. A 24-year-old man was found shot to death on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review
Dante Sciulli, 14, clears the steps leading to his house in Greenfield after heavy snow overnight led to school cancellations in the area on Wednesday. Photo taken March 6, 2013. Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
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Professional dog walker Sue Mayer of Greenfield walks Italian Greyhounds Neeko and Buddy along with retired racing Greyhounds Lexi and Nickie Wednesday. Jasmine Goldband | Tribune-Review
Gabrielle Fazio, 2 of Wexford gets a whiff of a pansy while visiting the Phipps Conservatory with her grandmother, Lenore Zotter, in Oakland, Wednesday. Photo taken, March 6, 2013. Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
A driver lost control of her car on a curve along Lesnett Road in Upper St. Clair near the post office on Wednesday morning, March 6th, 2013. The car went through a metal fence and ended up in a creek bed, where a metal pipe was removed from the vehicle. According to police, the pipe narrowly missed piercing the driver, who was lucky enough to walk away from the accident. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
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The scoreboard attendant at jetBlue Park changes the Pirates' score between innings of a game against the Boston Red Sox Wednesday, March 6, 2013 in Fort Myers, Fla. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review
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Groundskeeper Kim White salts a set of steps on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg on March 6, 2013.
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Chrissy Statler pulls her husband, Dan, with their horse d'Artagnan at the Canterbrook Stables and Equestrian Center in Unity Township on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. The sport is known as Skijoring. Sean Stipp | Tribune-Review
Charlie Farrah works his way down the snow-covered sidewalk in Stanton Heights on Wednesday March 5, 2013. Philip G. Pavely | Tribune-Review
Tongji Zhang, 8, chases Zhongli Wang, 43, (both of Squirrel Hill) in Schenley Park after heavy snow overnight led to school cancellations in the area. Photo taken March 6, 2013. Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review
Snow covers the statue of Elizabeth Ann Seton at the entrance of Seton Hill University in Greensburg, creating the illusion that she is wearing an icy shawl and hat on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. Brian F. Henry | Tribune-Review
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Vionno Pugliese, 7, puts the finishing touches on his snow bunny in front of his Harrison home on Freeport Road on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. Jason Bridge | Valley News Dispatch

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

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