The week in photos: April 5-11

From a bench-clearing fight to flying kites, here’s the week in pictures in Pittsburgh as seen through the eyes of our photojournalists.

Pirates pitcher Trevor Williams joins the fight as Reds right fielder Yasiel Puig is held back after the benches cleared in the fourth inning, Sunday, April 7, 2019, at PNC Park. (Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)
Community members wait before a community meeting held by East Liberty Development Inc., Thursday, April 4, 2019, at the former St. Peter and Paul Church in East Liberty. East Liberty Development Inc. was granted conservatorship of this property and is able to restore it. Read more about how the state’s conservatorship law pits anti-blight advocates against property owners. (Michael M. Santiago/Post-Gazette)
Firefighters work at the scene of a four-alarm fire, Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at Durham Court Apartments in McCandless. Authorities reported no injuries but 45 people were affected. (Darrell Sapp/Post-Gazette)
An aerial view of the damage after a four-alarm fire, Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at Durham Court Apartments in McCandless. (Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)


Brooke Logan, 8, of Hampton flies a kite as her hair gets caught in her crab sunglasses on Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at Hartwood Acres in Hampton. “The best part of kites is you get to relax and have a picnic,” Logan said. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Carlitos Rodriguez, 18, right, holds the arm of Lizzie Eaton, 17, after a memorial service at the Tree of Life synagogue, Friday, April 5, 2019, in Squirrel Hill. Survivors of the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., visited students at Pittsburgh Alderdice High School and survivors of the shooting at Tree of Life. (Andrew Rush/Post-Gazette)
Pirates Francisco Cervelli celebrates after scoring the winning run against the Reds in the tenth inning, Saturday, April 6, 2019, at PNC Park. (Matt Freed/Post-Gazette)
North Allegheny celebrates a run against Central Catholic, Monday, April 8, 2019, at La Roche University in Ross Township. North Allegheny beat Central Catholic 7-5. (Stephanie Strasburg/Post-Gazette)
New York Islanders right wing Matt Barzal shoots the puck past Penguins goaltender Matt Murray in overtime of game 1 of the first-round playoff series, Wednesday, April 10, 2019, at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, NY. The shot bounced off the goalpost and Islanders Josh Bailey shot in the rebound for the win. (Peter Diana/Post-Gazette)
Detroit attorney Charles Longstreet, left and Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner listen as Judge Ronald Giles announces his findings during a preliminary examination, Thursday, April 11, 2019, at Michigan 36th District’s courthouse in Detroit. A judge dismissed one of two felony charges of assaulting, resisting or obstructing police, but Wagner could face a trial on the charge. (Michael M. Santiago/Post-Gazette)
Carlie Crews, 10, of McMurray, front center, and Gracie Correll-Hunt, 9, of Park View, right,  watch “Daisy,” a robot created by CMU faculty and students with HEBI Robotics, during the Aspiring Young Women in AI, Robotics & STEM Symposium, Sunday, April 7, 2019, at Hamburg Hall at Carnegie Mellon University in Oakland. Sponsored by Carnegie Mellon University’ s Field Robotics Center and hosted by the Girls of Steel robotics team, the event attracted more than 100 girls in grades four to eight. (Jessie Wardarski/Post-Gazette)
Tree of Life shooting survivors Daniel Leger, left, and Andrea Wedner embrace after Mayor Bill Peduto signs three gun-control bills into law, Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at the City-County Building, Downtown. (Steph Chambers/Post-Gazette)
From left, Springdale High School students Marina McCutcheon, 16, Michael Zolnierczyk, 18, and Madalyn Byrnes, 16, all of Springdale, ask questions regarding the size and ratio of their building blocks used to construct the 3D model of their urban space design, which is hypothetically being built along a riverfront property in the Strip District, Thursday, April 11, 2019, at Urban Design Associates in Three PPG Place Downtown. These and other students from Pittsburgh public and surrounding high schools are a part of The Future Is Mine annual two-day Student Leadership Conference, which enables them to explore and visit a range of career opportunities. Sixteen southwestern Pennsylvania employers participated in the career exploration portion of this years conference. “For me it’s a lot of fun,” says Urban Designer Cara O’Brien who led a group of students through the program at Urban Design Associates. “They bring a lot of new energy, which is great because we sometimes get lost in the day to day.” (Jessie Wardarski/Post-Gazette)