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Thank You For Your Kindness To The Free Care Fund!Thanks to your kindness and generosity we were able to raise a total of $54,000 for the Free Care Fund Christmas in July benefit!
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Overnight Shooting Comes As Police Try To Crackdown On ViolenceThree people were shot and an officer was injured in an overnight shooting on E. Carson Street. It happened while Pittsburgh Police works to curb the outbreak in violence in the South Side. KDKA's Bryant Reed has the story.

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