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Police enter the main door during the funeral of officer Lloyd Reed Jr. on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015 at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena in Johnstown.
Steph Chambers | Trib Total Media
Police enter the main door during the funeral of officer Lloyd Reed Jr. on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015 at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena in Johnstown.
A hearse carrying Officer Lloyd Reed Jr. moves along Napoleon Street during the funeral for the fallen officer on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015 ,at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena in Johnstown. Reed was shot to death Saturday night while responding to a domestic violence call.
Steph Chambers | Trib Total Media
A hearse carrying Officer Lloyd Reed Jr. moves along Napoleon Street during the funeral for the fallen officer on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015 ,at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena in Johnstown. Reed was shot to death Saturday night while responding to a domestic violence call.
Pitt star running back James Conner announced Friday, Dec. 4, 2015, he has been diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma during a press conference in the South Side.
Chaz Palla | Trib Total Media
Pitt star running back James Conner announced Friday, Dec. 4, 2015, he has been diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma during a press conference in the South Side.
Jimmy Moss (left), of Upper St. Clair, watches as Bill Smith ties a Christmas Tree to the roof of Moss' car at a lot along Banksville Road, Friday, Dec. 4, 2015. Smith works at the lot, which sells wreaths and a variety of Christmas trees.
Keith Hodan | Trib Total Media
Jimmy Moss (left), of Upper St. Clair, watches as Bill Smith ties a Christmas Tree to the roof of Moss' car at a lot along Banksville Road, Friday, Dec. 4, 2015. Smith works at the lot, which sells wreaths and a variety of Christmas trees.
Salvation Army representatives John Fulton (front left) and Tony Irwin load some of the hundreds of toys donated by PPG employees at all their locations, including the Research and Development Center in Springdale, on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015. PPG employees helping with the project included Doris Coriale (back left), from human resources; Kelcey Wautelet, a technical engineering specialist; and Bill Schillinger, site manager.
Eric Felack | Trib Total Media
Salvation Army representatives John Fulton (front left) and Tony Irwin load some of the hundreds of toys donated by PPG employees at all their locations, including the Research and Development Center in Springdale, on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015. PPG employees helping with the project included Doris Coriale (back left), from human resources; Kelcey Wautelet, a technical engineering specialist; and Bill Schillinger, site manager.
Trooper Douglas Arndt, a member of the Pennsylvania State Police Ceremonial Unit, plays 'Taps' during the memorial service marking the 35th year anniversary of the line-of-duty death of Saxonburg police Chief Gregory Adams at the Saxonburg Borough Building on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015.
Dan Speicher | For Trib Total Media
Trooper Douglas Arndt, a member of the Pennsylvania State Police Ceremonial Unit, plays 'Taps' during the memorial service marking the 35th year anniversary of the line-of-duty death of Saxonburg police Chief Gregory Adams at the Saxonburg Borough Building on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015.
Ben Adams, left, stands with his mother, Mary Ann Jones, widow of murdered Saxonburg police Chief Gregory Adams, and his brother Gregory Adams Jr. as the Pennsylvania State Police Ceremonial Unit marches by during the memorial service marking the 35th anniversary of his father's death at the Saxonburg Borough Building on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015.
Dan Speicher | For The Tribune-Review
Ben Adams, left, stands with his mother, Mary Ann Jones, widow of murdered Saxonburg police Chief Gregory Adams, and his brother Gregory Adams Jr. as the Pennsylvania State Police Ceremonial Unit marches by during the memorial service marking the 35th anniversary of his father's death at the Saxonburg Borough Building on Friday, Dec. 4, 2015.
Steam comes off of Lt. Donald Santoriello after removing his firefighting gear outside a three-alarm fire at an apartment building in Homewood on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015.
Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Steam comes off of Lt. Donald Santoriello after removing his firefighting gear outside a three-alarm fire at an apartment building in Homewood on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015.
Steam comes off of Lt. Donald Santoriello as he kneels on the sidewalk after removing his firefighting gear outside a three-alarm fire at an apartment building in Homewood on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015.
Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Steam comes off of Lt. Donald Santoriello as he kneels on the sidewalk after removing his firefighting gear outside a three-alarm fire at an apartment building in Homewood on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015.
Steam rises off of firefighters as they work at the scene of a three-alarm fire at an apartment building in Homewood on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015.
Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Steam rises off of firefighters as they work at the scene of a three-alarm fire at an apartment building in Homewood on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015.
Firefighters work at the scene of a three-alarm fire at an apartment building in Homewood on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015.
Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Firefighters work at the scene of a three-alarm fire at an apartment building in Homewood on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015.
Justus Payne, 5, of East Liberty, holds on to the hand of his aunt, Karen White of Ridgemont, as they gather in East Liberty for a candlelight 'Let Peace Shine' peace vigil on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015. Held outside East End Cooperative Ministry's headquarters, participants wrapped around the block in a peaceful response to violence both locally and globally.
Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Justus Payne, 5, of East Liberty, holds on to the hand of his aunt, Karen White of Ridgemont, as they gather in East Liberty for a candlelight 'Let Peace Shine' peace vigil on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015. Held outside East End Cooperative Ministry's headquarters, participants wrapped around the block in a peaceful response to violence both locally and globally.
'It felt exciting,' said Julian Lovett (center), 9, of coming together in his neighborhood of East Liberty for a candlelight 'Let Peace Shine' peace vigil on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015. 'It felt good to come out here for the peace in our community.' Held outside East End Cooperative Ministry's headquarters, participants wrapped around the block in a peaceful response to violence both locally and globally.
Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
'It felt exciting,' said Julian Lovett (center), 9, of coming together in his neighborhood of East Liberty for a candlelight 'Let Peace Shine' peace vigil on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015. 'It felt good to come out here for the peace in our community.' Held outside East End Cooperative Ministry's headquarters, participants wrapped around the block in a peaceful response to violence both locally and globally.
Justus Payne (bottom),  5, of East Liberty, goes to blow out the candle of his aunt, Karen White of Ridgemont, as they gather in East Liberty for a candlelight 'Let Peace Shine' peace vigil on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015. Pictured with them are M. Washington (left), 14, of Larimer, and Dominick Asamoah (right), 11, of Homewood. 'I think it's just good to be a young black man out in the world and showing you care,' said Washington.
Stephanie Strasburg | Trib Total Media
Justus Payne (bottom), 5, of East Liberty, goes to blow out the candle of his aunt, Karen White of Ridgemont, as they gather in East Liberty for a candlelight 'Let Peace Shine' peace vigil on Friday evening, Dec. 4, 2015. Pictured with them are M. Washington (left), 14, of Larimer, and Dominick Asamoah (right), 11, of Homewood. 'I think it's just good to be a young black man out in the world and showing you care,' said Washington.

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