California delegates Kim Davis, left, and Elizabeth Ritchie, right, cheer after Chris Christie mentions Republican nominee Donald Trump on the second day of the Republican National Convention at the Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. 

California delegates Kim Davis, left, and Elizabeth Ritchie, right, cheer after Chris Christie mentions Republican nominee Donald Trump on the second day of the Republican National Convention at the Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. 

 Mariam Noujaim, 62, who is from Egypt, left, tries to make a point about immigration with Desiree Hoy, of Detroit, Mich., on East 4th Street in Cleveland, on the third day of the Republican National Convention on Wednesday, July 20, 2016. Hoy’s shirt bears a Muslim greeting written in Arabic, “Peace Be Upon You."

Mariam Noujaim, 62, who is from Egypt, left, tries to make a point about immigration with Desiree Hoy, of Detroit, Mich., on East 4th Street in Cleveland, on the third day of the Republican National Convention on Wednesday, July 20, 2016. Hoy’s shirt bears a Muslim greeting written in Arabic, “Peace Be Upon You."

 Bernie Sanders supporters hold up a Hillary Clinton cutout while sitting on the grass during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. 

Bernie Sanders supporters hold up a Hillary Clinton cutout while sitting on the grass during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. 

 Former president Barack Obama speaks the day before the 2017 election at the “Get Out To Vote” event at Independece Hall in Philadelphia on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016.

Former president Barack Obama speaks the day before the 2017 election at the “Get Out To Vote” event at Independece Hall in Philadelphia on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016.

 Dean Keppler, left, and Mark Koons, of Muncie, IN, use binoculars to get a better view of the capital as Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president. Keppler voted for Gary Johnson because he believed he was the better option between Trump and Clinton. Koons voted for Trump and he says he is “cautiously optimistic” that Trump will bring change.

Dean Keppler, left, and Mark Koons, of Muncie, IN, use binoculars to get a better view of the capital as Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president. Keppler voted for Gary Johnson because he believed he was the better option between Trump and Clinton. Koons voted for Trump and he says he is “cautiously optimistic” that Trump will bring change.

 Ivanka Trumps walks in with administrator Linda McMahon for a roundtable discussion with small business owners of Pittsburgh on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018 in Mt. Lebanon.

Ivanka Trumps walks in with administrator Linda McMahon for a roundtable discussion with small business owners of Pittsburgh on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018 in Mt. Lebanon.

 Tessa Sontheimer (junior-community environment and development) holds a sign in support of Hillary Clinton in front of a wall that was built by the Bull-Moose party on Old Main on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016.

Tessa Sontheimer (junior-community environment and development) holds a sign in support of Hillary Clinton in front of a wall that was built by the Bull-Moose party on Old Main on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016.

 Ava Dominick, left, 10, and Neema Smith, 7, look at the stage light before getting ready for dress rehearsal with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School in preparation for their May Spring Performance on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at the Byham Theater.

Ava Dominick, left, 10, and Neema Smith, 7, look at the stage light before getting ready for dress rehearsal with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School in preparation for their May Spring Performance on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at the Byham Theater.

 Frank Beale, of Weston, W.Va., explains the situation with his boss after crashing into his lead man’s truck on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 near the McKees Rocks Bridge. Beale was traveling from Aliquippa when he lost control of his truck. “Coming down that hill, all that traffic, I couldn’t get stopped. I hit my boss in front of me, the other truck that was with me. I was probably going about maybe ten, but I couldn’t go more down fast enough to come to a stop sign. Driver error, I reckon. I should have been more alert,” Beale says.

Frank Beale, of Weston, W.Va., explains the situation with his boss after crashing into his lead man’s truck on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 near the McKees Rocks Bridge. Beale was traveling from Aliquippa when he lost control of his truck. “Coming down that hill, all that traffic, I couldn’t get stopped. I hit my boss in front of me, the other truck that was with me. I was probably going about maybe ten, but I couldn’t go more down fast enough to come to a stop sign. Driver error, I reckon. I should have been more alert,” Beale says.

 Irene Morar grips the back of Michael Kopera’s, of Evan City, leather vest while riding on a motorcycle on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017 at the Lutheran Senior Life Passavant Community in Zelienople. Caretakers at the Lutheran Senior Life Passavant Community wanted to fulfill Alvin Graf’s, 98 years old, wish of riding a motorcycle after not having ridden one since WWII. The American Legion Riders offered their help and came out to not only grant Graf’s wish, but also other senior residents who got the opportunity to go out on a joyride. 

Irene Morar grips the back of Michael Kopera’s, of Evan City, leather vest while riding on a motorcycle on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017 at the Lutheran Senior Life Passavant Community in Zelienople. Caretakers at the Lutheran Senior Life Passavant Community wanted to fulfill Alvin Graf’s, 98 years old, wish of riding a motorcycle after not having ridden one since WWII. The American Legion Riders offered their help and came out to not only grant Graf’s wish, but also other senior residents who got the opportunity to go out on a joyride. 

 Gena Cottrell cries at her home, Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, in Penn Hills, while she recounts the story of how her son, Corey Clark, was wrongfully accused and imprisoned for a 2014 shooting. Old wounds were reopened after former Pittsburgh homicide detective Margaret “Peg” Sherwood was accused last week of false swearing, unsworn falsification, tampering with evidence, obstruction, hindering apprehension and false imprisonment. Clark served six months in jail but was killed shortly after his release. “She has hurt a lot of families and torn up a lot of families for no reason. Why?” Ms. Cottrell asked. “People don’t realize that — God sees all and God knows all, and you’re not getting away with anything. This is all that I have now. These pictures and my memories.”

Gena Cottrell cries at her home, Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, in Penn Hills, while she recounts the story of how her son, Corey Clark, was wrongfully accused and imprisoned for a 2014 shooting. Old wounds were reopened after former Pittsburgh homicide detective Margaret “Peg” Sherwood was accused last week of false swearing, unsworn falsification, tampering with evidence, obstruction, hindering apprehension and false imprisonment. Clark served six months in jail but was killed shortly after his release. “She has hurt a lot of families and torn up a lot of families for no reason. Why?” Ms. Cottrell asked. “People don’t realize that — God sees all and God knows all, and you’re not getting away with anything. This is all that I have now. These pictures and my memories.”

 Mark Wilson helps his son, David Morgan, 5, both from McKeesport, feed the rainbow lorikeets on Sunday, April 1, 2018 at the National Aviary in North Side.

Mark Wilson helps his son, David Morgan, 5, both from McKeesport, feed the rainbow lorikeets on Sunday, April 1, 2018 at the National Aviary in North Side.

 Seth Brokenbek talks with the Post-Gazette while sitting in the entrance of his bunker that was built for shelter into a hillside on his property on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Murrysville. 

Seth Brokenbek talks with the Post-Gazette while sitting in the entrance of his bunker that was built for shelter into a hillside on his property on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Murrysville. 

 World War II veteran Richard Gardner, served in the U.S. Army from 1944-1946, shakes hands and receives a personalized military dog tag during the World War II Veteran Recognition ceremony hosted by Soldiers and Sailors in partnership with the Veterans Breakfast Club on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017 at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland. 

World War II veteran Richard Gardner, served in the U.S. Army from 1944-1946, shakes hands and receives a personalized military dog tag during the World War II Veteran Recognition ceremony hosted by Soldiers and Sailors in partnership with the Veterans Breakfast Club on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017 at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland. 

 California delegates Kim Davis, left, and Elizabeth Ritchie, right, cheer after Chris Christie mentions Republican nominee Donald Trump on the second day of the Republican National Convention at the Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. 
 Mariam Noujaim, 62, who is from Egypt, left, tries to make a point about immigration with Desiree Hoy, of Detroit, Mich., on East 4th Street in Cleveland, on the third day of the Republican National Convention on Wednesday, July 20, 2016. Hoy’s shirt bears a Muslim greeting written in Arabic, “Peace Be Upon You."
 Bernie Sanders supporters hold up a Hillary Clinton cutout while sitting on the grass during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. 
 Former president Barack Obama speaks the day before the 2017 election at the “Get Out To Vote” event at Independece Hall in Philadelphia on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016.
 Dean Keppler, left, and Mark Koons, of Muncie, IN, use binoculars to get a better view of the capital as Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president. Keppler voted for Gary Johnson because he believed he was the better option between Trump and Clinton. Koons voted for Trump and he says he is “cautiously optimistic” that Trump will bring change.
 Ivanka Trumps walks in with administrator Linda McMahon for a roundtable discussion with small business owners of Pittsburgh on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018 in Mt. Lebanon.
 Tessa Sontheimer (junior-community environment and development) holds a sign in support of Hillary Clinton in front of a wall that was built by the Bull-Moose party on Old Main on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016.
 Ava Dominick, left, 10, and Neema Smith, 7, look at the stage light before getting ready for dress rehearsal with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School in preparation for their May Spring Performance on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at the Byham Theater.
 Frank Beale, of Weston, W.Va., explains the situation with his boss after crashing into his lead man’s truck on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 near the McKees Rocks Bridge. Beale was traveling from Aliquippa when he lost control of his truck. “Coming down that hill, all that traffic, I couldn’t get stopped. I hit my boss in front of me, the other truck that was with me. I was probably going about maybe ten, but I couldn’t go more down fast enough to come to a stop sign. Driver error, I reckon. I should have been more alert,” Beale says.
 Irene Morar grips the back of Michael Kopera’s, of Evan City, leather vest while riding on a motorcycle on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017 at the Lutheran Senior Life Passavant Community in Zelienople. Caretakers at the Lutheran Senior Life Passavant Community wanted to fulfill Alvin Graf’s, 98 years old, wish of riding a motorcycle after not having ridden one since WWII. The American Legion Riders offered their help and came out to not only grant Graf’s wish, but also other senior residents who got the opportunity to go out on a joyride. 
 Gena Cottrell cries at her home, Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, in Penn Hills, while she recounts the story of how her son, Corey Clark, was wrongfully accused and imprisoned for a 2014 shooting. Old wounds were reopened after former Pittsburgh homicide detective Margaret “Peg” Sherwood was accused last week of false swearing, unsworn falsification, tampering with evidence, obstruction, hindering apprehension and false imprisonment. Clark served six months in jail but was killed shortly after his release. “She has hurt a lot of families and torn up a lot of families for no reason. Why?” Ms. Cottrell asked. “People don’t realize that — God sees all and God knows all, and you’re not getting away with anything. This is all that I have now. These pictures and my memories.”
 Mark Wilson helps his son, David Morgan, 5, both from McKeesport, feed the rainbow lorikeets on Sunday, April 1, 2018 at the National Aviary in North Side.
 Seth Brokenbek talks with the Post-Gazette while sitting in the entrance of his bunker that was built for shelter into a hillside on his property on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Murrysville. 
 World War II veteran Richard Gardner, served in the U.S. Army from 1944-1946, shakes hands and receives a personalized military dog tag during the World War II Veteran Recognition ceremony hosted by Soldiers and Sailors in partnership with the Veterans Breakfast Club on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017 at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland. 

California delegates Kim Davis, left, and Elizabeth Ritchie, right, cheer after Chris Christie mentions Republican nominee Donald Trump on the second day of the Republican National Convention at the Quicken Loans Arena on Tuesday, July 19, 2016. 

Mariam Noujaim, 62, who is from Egypt, left, tries to make a point about immigration with Desiree Hoy, of Detroit, Mich., on East 4th Street in Cleveland, on the third day of the Republican National Convention on Wednesday, July 20, 2016. Hoy’s shirt bears a Muslim greeting written in Arabic, “Peace Be Upon You."

Bernie Sanders supporters hold up a Hillary Clinton cutout while sitting on the grass during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. 

Former president Barack Obama speaks the day before the 2017 election at the “Get Out To Vote” event at Independece Hall in Philadelphia on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016.

Dean Keppler, left, and Mark Koons, of Muncie, IN, use binoculars to get a better view of the capital as Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president. Keppler voted for Gary Johnson because he believed he was the better option between Trump and Clinton. Koons voted for Trump and he says he is “cautiously optimistic” that Trump will bring change.

Ivanka Trumps walks in with administrator Linda McMahon for a roundtable discussion with small business owners of Pittsburgh on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018 in Mt. Lebanon.

Tessa Sontheimer (junior-community environment and development) holds a sign in support of Hillary Clinton in front of a wall that was built by the Bull-Moose party on Old Main on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016.

Ava Dominick, left, 10, and Neema Smith, 7, look at the stage light before getting ready for dress rehearsal with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School in preparation for their May Spring Performance on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at the Byham Theater.

Frank Beale, of Weston, W.Va., explains the situation with his boss after crashing into his lead man’s truck on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 near the McKees Rocks Bridge. Beale was traveling from Aliquippa when he lost control of his truck. “Coming down that hill, all that traffic, I couldn’t get stopped. I hit my boss in front of me, the other truck that was with me. I was probably going about maybe ten, but I couldn’t go more down fast enough to come to a stop sign. Driver error, I reckon. I should have been more alert,” Beale says.

Irene Morar grips the back of Michael Kopera’s, of Evan City, leather vest while riding on a motorcycle on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017 at the Lutheran Senior Life Passavant Community in Zelienople. Caretakers at the Lutheran Senior Life Passavant Community wanted to fulfill Alvin Graf’s, 98 years old, wish of riding a motorcycle after not having ridden one since WWII. The American Legion Riders offered their help and came out to not only grant Graf’s wish, but also other senior residents who got the opportunity to go out on a joyride. 

Gena Cottrell cries at her home, Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, in Penn Hills, while she recounts the story of how her son, Corey Clark, was wrongfully accused and imprisoned for a 2014 shooting. Old wounds were reopened after former Pittsburgh homicide detective Margaret “Peg” Sherwood was accused last week of false swearing, unsworn falsification, tampering with evidence, obstruction, hindering apprehension and false imprisonment. Clark served six months in jail but was killed shortly after his release. “She has hurt a lot of families and torn up a lot of families for no reason. Why?” Ms. Cottrell asked. “People don’t realize that — God sees all and God knows all, and you’re not getting away with anything. This is all that I have now. These pictures and my memories.”

Mark Wilson helps his son, David Morgan, 5, both from McKeesport, feed the rainbow lorikeets on Sunday, April 1, 2018 at the National Aviary in North Side.

Seth Brokenbek talks with the Post-Gazette while sitting in the entrance of his bunker that was built for shelter into a hillside on his property on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 in Murrysville. 

World War II veteran Richard Gardner, served in the U.S. Army from 1944-1946, shakes hands and receives a personalized military dog tag during the World War II Veteran Recognition ceremony hosted by Soldiers and Sailors in partnership with the Veterans Breakfast Club on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017 at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland. 

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