Top Pittsburgh news: County records 10 new COVID-19 cases; woman charged with arson in house fire

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10 new cases bring county total to 58; 2 deaths

As of Tuesday, the Allegheny County Health Department said there are now 58 active cases of COVID-19 in the county and two deaths.

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Woman charged with arson in Perry South fire

A woman is facing arson charges stemming from a house fire in Perry South.

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With frozen pizza and neighbors as guests, couple weds on porch 

What does love look like in a time of social distancing? For one Pittsburgh couple, it looked like a simple porch wedding and a frozen pizza.

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Bike Pittsburgh proposes street closures to give people space while enjoying the outdoors

Bike Pittsburgh has come up with a new initiative designed to remind folks to keep their distance from others while enjoying the outdoors. It involves taking space that was normally designated for cars and repurposing it for joggers, cyclists, walkers, skateboarders and others.

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Experience Pittsburgh Irish Festival from home

Starting today, you can hear performances from local, regional, national and international Irish acts without leaving the house. 

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