Top Pittsburgh news: Woman charged in DUI crash; pastor slams precautions, plans Easter service

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Pastor slams coronavirus precautions, plans Easter gathering

A Pittsburgh-area pastor says he plans to organize an outdoor "Woodstock"-like Easter service to protest the stay-at-home orders to prevent coronavirus.

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Woman charged in head-on DUI crash

The head-on collision in January critically injured Nathan E. Edwards of Clairton. Police say the car Shawna M. Carapella was driving crossed the center line.

Read the full story on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Pittsburgh DJs keep the party going with virtual dance events

In Pittsburgh, as with many cities dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, bars and clubs are now closed, leaving DJs with no place to play. 

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Allegheny County Jail releases inmates in response to pandemic

As of March 31, 622 inmates had been released, according to county officials. 

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House, car struck by bullets on Erin Street

Police are searching for the suspect responsible for shooting a car and a home on Erin Street in the Hill District.

Read the full story on CBS Pittsburgh.

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