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“Concert for George” expresses the love and admiration this group of artists had for the legendary Beatle. Watch the concert on WITF TV Friday, June 3 at 9pm or Saturday, June 4 at 1pm. Stream WITF live from the PBS Video app or video.witf.org.
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NASA spacecraft OSIRIS-REx reached out and grabbed a piece of an asteroid named Bennu to bring it back to Earth. NOVA’s “Touching the Asteroid” follows the high-stakes mission. Watch Wednesday, June 1 at 9pm on WITF TV, the PBS Video app, or witf.org/watch.
The National Memorial Day Concert honors those currently serving, those who served, their families, and all those who have given their lives for our country. Watch live on WITF TV or the PBS Video app Sunday, May 29 at 8:00pm, with a replay at 9:30pm.
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Administrators say Pennsylvania schools practice rigorous security measures. In fact, school districts are mandated by law to put in place and carry out about a dozen requirements addressing school safety, notably concerning active shooter protocols.
Latino candidates across the state had mixed results in newly drawn districts, but more than a third are headed to the general election.
Mount Washington Community Development Corporation
The Pittsburgh Art Commission unanimously rejected a proposal to place a sculpture by actor Jane Seymour on the Mount Washington Overlook.
The Uvalde school massacre lasted at least 40 minutes
By Ayana Archie and Rachel Treisman/NPR
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“We’re just trying to make sure our community is all together and well.”
By Merrit Kennedy/NPR
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Investigators worked to track the massacre that lasted upwards of 40 minutes and ended when the 18-year-old shooter was killed by a Border Patrol team.
By Jake Bleiberg, Jim Vertuno, and Elliot Spagat/The Associated Press
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Several measures are likely going nowhere in Congress, and they also have become increasingly scarce in most states.
By Rachel La Corte and Andrew DeMillo/The Associated Press
Pennsylvania physicians can approve patients for the program but they are banned from advertising that power.
By Ed Mahon
An effort by Democratic lawmakers in Pennsylvania to ban owning, selling or making high-capacity, semi-automatic firearms went nowhere Wednesday
One More Moment
Every year tens of thousands of people in the United States decide life is too much to bear. One More Moment is a collection of stories from those who have been touched by suicide. Listen as they share sadness, joy and hope for one more moment.
Stay and connect. Share if you’d like. You are worth one more moment.
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