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Top Pittsburgh news: Trout season opens with distancing mandates; two wounded after gunfire erupts

Top Pittsburgh news: Trout season opens with distancing mandates; two wounded after gunfire erupts
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By Hoodline - Published on April 08, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Pittsburgh.

Pennsylvania trout season opens with social distancing mandates

The coronavirus outbreak hasn't stopped everything in Pennsylvania. The statewide 2020 trout season opened Tuesday, with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission reminding anglers and boaters to abide by social distancing guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Gov. Tom Wolf's stay-at-home order.

Read the full story on Patch.com.

How Koppers transformed manufacturing and Pittsburgh's skyline

From Grant Street in downtown Pittsburgh, the Koppers Building somewhat blends in with the city's looming skyscrapers. But when it was first constructed, the 475-foot limestone and granite tower was one of the most distinctive buildings in Pittsburgh. 

Read the full story on WESA.

Familylinks opens temporary housing for homeless youth recovering from the coronavirus

Area teens and young adults struggling with homelessness and the coronavirus are now able to get quarantine housing through Familylinks. 

Read the full story on Pittsburgh City Paper.

Dozens of shots fired in drive-by; 2 wounded

A drive-by shooting, in which dozens of shots were fired in a Pittsburgh neighborhood, has left two people hospitalized, authorities said. The shooting in the city's Arlington Heights neighborhood occurred around 11:45 p.m. Monday. 

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.


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