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Morning update: Chase policy, recount requests and linebacker crunch

| Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016, 7:30 a.m.

A look at what's happening and what's coming up in Western Pennsylvania.

Chase policy

The deaths of three people after a police chase in North Versailles have stoked criticisms that it isn't worth risking lives to chase a suspect police know and might be able to arrest peacefully later.

Recount requests

Allegheny County delayed certifying its Nov. 8 election results so officials can review requests filed Monday seeking a recount of the presidential and U.S. Senate voting results.

Teen shot

The shooting death of 16-year-old junior firefighter Parker Hess has left the small Fayette County community of Republic reeling and waiting for answers.

Going flat

For some breast cancer survivors like Indiana County's Amanda Marshall, r econstruction isn't part of their plans.

Fighting for reps

Bud Dupree's return to the Steelers defense is testing the coaching staff's skills , as they try to fit five outside linebackers into four spots with only two on the field at one time.

Weather

The temperatures will be warmer today, although we'll see some showers. The high should be 64 with a low of 49 , according to WPXI.

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