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Police testify about confronting gunman at Pittsburgh synagogue

Several officers took the stand on Friday, the fourth day of the prosecution’s case against Robert Bowers.

By The Associated Press

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The Wolf administration awards security grants to organizations that could be targeted by hate crimes

The Wolf administration is giving $3.9 million to 93 nonprofits, community and religious organizations it says can be targeted by hate crimes.

By Gabriela Martínez

New documentary digs deeper into the lives, legacies of Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life shooting survivors, families

Although the attack remained international news for weeks, filmmaker Trish Adlesic says there’s still more of this story to tell.

By Bill O'Driscoll/WESA

Holocaust survivor who escaped Tree of Life Synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh dies

“I didn’t lose the faith in humanity,” Judah Samet told The Associated Press two days after the shooting. “I know not to depend on humanity.”
By The Associated Press