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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette will not print a paper two days a week, starting next month.

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That is according to a letter from a Post-Gazette manager to the union.

The newspaper’s union president shared that letter on the union website.

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The changes will go into effect on Aug. 25.

They have not yet specified which days would be dropped.

The owners of the Post-Gazette have not commented.

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