CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Cleveland's skyline will be blue and white for the next few days in honor of the victims of the deadly shooting at a Synagogue in Pittsburgh. Eleven people were killed when a gunman opened fire inside the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill neighborhood Saturday morning.
Late Monday afternoon, the Twitter account for the Terminal Tower said, "LIGHT BLUE-WHITE | Pittsburgh Synagogue Victims and the Jewish community."
Several other buildings in downtown Cleveland were also light up in blue for the victims.
In a response to a question, the Terminal Tower Twitter account said that the building would be lit up through Thursday.