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Daily Download: Pittsburgh’s news of the day, Oct. 2, 2019

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Courtesy of Carnegie Science Center
The “Mummies of the World: The Exhibition” opens Saturday at the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh

Welcome to the TribLIVE Daily Download.

Each day, TribLIVE reporters and editors will break down the biggest news of the day, with video highlights of the people and places making headlines.

Today, assistant digital content leader Matt Rosenberg discusses the bedbug situation around Pittsburgh, the new mummy exhibit set to open at Carnegie Science Center this weekend and the Steelers defense preparing for the Ravens’ potent running game.

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