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Top Pittsburgh news: Hundreds of cars line up for emergency food; former radio host dies of virus

Top Pittsburgh news: Hundreds of cars line up for emergency food; former radio host dies of virus
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By Hoodline - Published on April 01, 2020.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Pittsburgh.

Hundreds of cars line up for emergency supplies from food bank

Hundreds of cars waited as long as five hours in line on Tuesday to receive emergency supplies from a food bank in the Pittsburgh area. 

Read the full story on MSNBC.

Nearly 100 grounded planes park at Pittsburgh airport

Nearly 100 idle planes are parked at the Pittsburgh International Airport, as the coronavirus outbreak is hitting the airline industry.

Read the full story on CBS Pittsburgh.

COVID-19 means slow times for area auto service shops

Auto service shops say business is down, because motorists don't want to go out or spend money during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read the full story on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Pittsburgh soul radio host who became juvenile probation officer dies of coronavirus

A former Pittsburgh radio personality who hosted a soul music show for 14 years before eventually moving to Arizona for a second career as a juvenile detention officer has died of COVID-19.

Read the full story on phoenixnewtimes.

City offering free financial advice

Services from the Pittsburgh Financial Empowerment Center are available by phone or video.

Read the full story on CBS Pittsburgh.


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