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Week in pictures (March 25-31)

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KISS performs at PPG Paints Arena on Saturday night, March 30, 2019 in Pittsburgh.
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KISS performs at PPG Paints Arena on Saturday night, March 30, 2019 in Pittsburgh.
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Yasmeen Bottoms, 14, of Garfield screams during a rally for Antwon Rose II in Downtown Pittsburgh on Monday, March 25, 2019. Area students took part in a walkout to attend the event, which was held three days after a jury acquitted former East Pittsburgh police Officer Michael Rosfeld of homicide in the teen’s June 19 killing.
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Tymair Johnson, 6, raises his fist during a rally for Antwon Rose II in Downtown Pittsburgh on Monday, March 25, 2019. Area students took part in a walkout to attend the event, which was held three days after a jury acquitted former East Pittsburgh police Officer Michael Rosfeld of homicide in the teen’s June 19 killing.
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Christian Carter, 18, yells into a megaphone during a rally in front of the courthouse during a rally for Antwon Rose II in Downtown Pittsburgh on Monday, March 25, 2019. Area students took part in a walkout to attend the event, which was held three days after a jury acquitted former East Pittsburgh police Officer Michael Rosfeld of homicide in the teen’s June 19 killing.
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Protesters carry a memorial for Antwon Rose II along Liberty Avenue in Downtown Pittsburgh on Monday, March 25, 2019. Area students took part in a walkout to attend the event, which was held three days after a jury acquitted former East Pittsburgh police Officer Michael Rosfeld of homicide in the teen’s June 19 killing.
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Latrobe’s Bo Ruffner listens to coaches in a time-out against Penn-Trafford during boys’ volleyball on Tuesday, March 27, 2019 at Penn-Trafford High School.
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Using a new Amish-built plastic roller, Joel Milowicki, farmer at Keenan Greenhill Farm and owner of JP’s Farmer Market in Hempfield, lifts old plastic off his crop rows in October 2018.
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Penguins goaltender Matt Murray makes a save on the Predators’ Viktor Arvidsson on a break away in the third period March 29, 2019 at PPG Paints Arena.
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Irwin Hutchinson, 74, applies bondo to the rear panel of his truck, while taking advantage of the clear weather, along Oak Street in Irwin, on Tuesday, March 26, 2019. "She runs great, and a new truck can cost as much as a small house," said Hutchinson.
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Latrobe’s Reed Fenton (2) hits the ball back against Latrobe defenders Jake Tappe, right, and Jake Seruga during boys’ volleyball on Tuesday, March 27, 2019 at Penn-Trafford High School.
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Volunteers with the Explorers Club of Pittsburgh begin to rappel the hillside below Grandview Avenue in Mt. Washington to clean up trash on Saturday, March 30, 2019.
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Matt Tolbert, of the Explores Club of Pittsburgh rappels down to the hillside below Grandview Avenue in Mt. Washington to help clean up trash on Saturday, March 30, 2019.
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Paul ‘Max’ Sciullo and Sue Sciullo, mother and father of slain Pittsburgh police Officer Paul J. Sciullo II, pose for a portrait inside of their Bloomfield home on Friday, March 29, 2019.
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Mike Gray, now Latrobe’s public works director and interim city manager, installs a street sign at Irving Avenue and Ligonier Street in Latrobe on Wednesday, April 8, 2015.

The week in pictures throughout the region captured by the Tribune-Review visuals staff.

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