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Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald has declared a “disaster emergency” due to the continuing devastating effects of the snow and rain we’ve gotten this winter and spring.
Elliott Road Splits In Two, Threatening At Least One Home
In the Elliott section of Pittsburgh, Lander Street has split into two. Part of the road has dropped several feet and is threatening at least one house.
Penguins: Hornqvist Out Again For Game 5
Pittsburgh Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan says Patric Hornqvist will be out again Friday.
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Hospitals Offer Big Bonuses, Free Housing And Tuition To Recruit Nurses
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Thursday, April 19th
Dr. James Weber Breaks Down Starbucks' Response To Philadelphia Arrests
Professor of Business Ethics and Management and Executive Director of the Institute for Ethics in Business at Duquesne University’s Palumbo Donahue School of Business Dr. James Weber gave insight into corporations’ response to crises and the Starbucks executives’ response to the recent arrests in a Philadelphia café that Dr. Weber calls unprecedented. Starbucks will close 8,000 stores next month for racial-bias training, resulting in the loss of millions of dollars in sales.
Rudy Giuliani Joins Trump's Legal Team
St. Vincent College Constitutional Law Professor Bruce Antkowiak joined Robert Mangino to give insight on Rudy Giuliani’s decision to join President Trump’s legal team in an attempt to “negotiate an end” to the Mueller probe as news broke that President Trump was informed he is
the target of the Mueller probe nor the raid of Michael Cohen’s office.
Tom Busby on the Importance of Saving For Retirement
CNBC's Tom Busby joined Robert Mangino to talk about retirement and the importance of saving.
Pamela Falk Reports on Nikki Haley and her "I'm Not Confused" Commets
CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, Pamela Falk joined Robert Mangino to talk about Nikki Haley’s comments about not being confused and knowing exactly what she is doing. Pamela Falk told Mangino that Haley is viewed as a negotiator, very skilled, very precise, and very intelligent. Pamela Falk and Mangino also talked about Trump and North Korea and how Trump will respectfully walk out if things aren’t going in the direction he wants things to go.
Shelby Cassesse Reports on a Hazing Bill and Pittsburgh International Airport and CMU Partnership
KDKA Radio's Shelby Cassesse joined Robert Mangino in studio to talk about how the Timothy Piazza law, a Penn State fraternity member who died during a ritual, has passed through the senate. This law will increase penalties for hazing. Shelby Cassesse also reported on Pittsburgh International Airport and Carnegie Mellon University partnering to create an Aviation Innovation Laboratory.
Rikki Klieman on American Media Inc. & Karen McDougal
CBS News Legal Analyst, Rikki Klieman joined Robert Mangino to talk about American Media Inc. giving up the rights to Karen McDougal’s story after the Michael Cohen raid. Rikki Klieman told Mangino that she thinks this is a smart, strategic move on AMI’s part and McDougal should tell her story.
Do Pittsburgh Police Need Riot Gear?
Director of Citizen Police Review Board Pittsburgh, Beth Pittinger joined Robert Mangino to talk about how Pittsburgh Police are being instructed to bring riot gear to work with them incase President Trump fires Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Beth Pittinger told Mangino that it’s more about being proactive and ready if a situation was to present itself with protesters.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald Remembers the Legendary Bruno Sammartino
Robert Mangino spoke with Allegheny County Exectuive Rich Fitzgerald in regards to Bruno Sammartino's passing and his love for Pittsburgh and how Bruno was an extremely kind, caring person who "always had time for everyone – young kids, seniors, anyone."
Wednesday, April 18th
Pamela Falk with the Latest on North Korean Relations
CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk gave insight into the meeting that CIA Director Mike Pompeo had with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un over Easter weekend and its impact.
Island-Wide Black Out Hits Puerto Rico, Residents Still In Need
Carnegie Mellon University student activist Rosana Guernica joined Robert Mangino to discuss the power outages in Puerto Rico and the families being affected by them. Many families do not have any homes to return to and are no longer eligible for FEMA assistance, forcing them to return to Puerto Rico. Rosana has been reaching out to shelters and charities in Pittsburgh and is looking to do a charity drive for the victims of the power outages.
What's Next For America's Malls?
Assistant Professor of Marketing at Duquesne University’s Palumbo Donahue School of Business Dr. Dorene Ciletti discussed the upcoming sheriff’s sale of Century III Mall, the changing retail landscape in America and what companies are doing with empty stores and malls.
Celebrate Earth Day at the Pennsylvania Resources Council's Annual Reuse Fest!
Pennsylvania Resources Council’s Sarah Alessio Shea told listeners about PRC’s 7th annual
coming up on Saturday, April 21. The event is a great way to celebrate Earth Day and redd up the house by donating unused items for nonprofits’ benefit.
Steve Futterman Remembers Former First Lady Barbara Bush
CBS News Correspondent Steve Futterman reported live from Houston to report on the country’s response to former first lady Barbara Bush’s passing Tuesday at the age of 92. Futterman discussed the outpouring of love and support, and the legacy she’s left behind.
Tuesday, April 17th
Duquesne's Jalila Jefferson-Bullock Breaks Down Attorney-Client Privilege
Duquesne University Constitutional law professor Jalila Jefferson-Bullock gave insight into attorney-client privilege and the confusion surrounding Fox News host Sean Hannity’s relationship with President Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen.
State Senator Andy Dinniman a Bill to Expand Family Leave to Grandparents and Siblings
State Senator Andy Dinniman joined Robert Mangino to talk about a bill he is proposing to expand family leave to grandparents and siblings to help someone who is terminal.
Dr. Neil Capretto on the Use of Medical Marijuana to Treat Opioid Addiction
Gateway Rehab medical director, Dr. Neil Capretto joined Robert Mangino to talk about whether or not treating opioid addiction with medical marijuana is a good idea. Dr. Capretto told Mangino that we have to be open-minded while trying to find a treatment that will work to stop addiction.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Dr. Neil Capretto Wants More Research on Cannabis Addiction Treatment
Gateway Rehab Medical Director Dr. Neil Capretto joined Robert Mangino to discuss treating addiction with medical marijuana, now allowed in Pennsylvania.
Bill Green on GOP Congressman Charlie Dent's Resignation Announcement
KDKA Radio Political Analyst, Bill Green joined Robert Mangino to talk about GOP Congressman Charlie Dent announcing he will be resigning. Bill Green told Mangino that he is resigning due to a decent job offer in the private sector. He also said it’s a practical decision not a political one.
Rich Fitzgerald on Labor Union Job Shortages and Amazon HQ2
Allegheny County Executive, Rich Fitzgerald joined Robert Mangino to talk about the shortage of workers in building trades and labor unions. Rich Fitzgerald said for most of these jobs they are paying $25/hour as long as you can pass a drug test, have a license, and are willing to work. They also talked about Amazon HQ2 and according to Fitzgerald 90%-95% of people he talks to are hopefully we are picked to house HQ2. Rich Fitzgerald also said Amazon officials may or may not have been here already.
Joe DeStio Reports on PennDOTS Next Steps to Get Route 30 Up and Running Again
KDKA Radio's Joe DeStio joined Robert Mangino in studio to talk about the next steps in getting Route 30 up and running again after the devastating landslide two weeks ago.
Monday, April 16th
NASA's Planet Hunt On Hold, Asteroid Just Misses Earth
Carnegie Science Center Program Development Coordinator Ralph Crewe discussed NASA’s planet-hunting satellite scheduled to launch today and why it didn’t as well as an asteroid that came unnervingly close to hitting Earth.
Dr. Gerald Pifer of AHN's Medical Frontiers 4/16/18
Dr. Gerald Pifer, Host of Allegheny Health Network's Medical Frontiers, gave insight into what makes communications between a person and a doctor privileged and what goes into patients’ decisions to refuse treatment, a choice former First Lady Barbara Bush has made.
State Senator Camera Bartolotta on Tierne's Law
State Senator Camera Bartolotta joined Robert Mangino to talk about Tierne’s Law, which is used to strengthen protection for victims of domestic violence.
Chelsa Wagner on Affordable Housing
Allegheny County Controller, Chelsa Wagner joined Robert Mangino to talk about affordable housing, and making sure that those who are having trouble coming up with the money to be able to have adequate housing, have the assisted dollars readily available. Chelsa Wagner said that there are large amounts of dollars being collected but not nearly enough is being distributed to help those who need the affordable housing.
Col. Jeff McCausland on President Trump Ordering Strikes on Syria Over the Weekend
CBS News Military Analyst, Col. Jeff McCausland joined Robert Mangino to talk about how over the weekend President Trump order strikes in Syria to take out some, not all of Syria’s abilities to manufacture and deliver chemical weapons. Jeff McCausland said that after all the strikes Syria has only reported three people are wounded, which to him meant that those facilities might have been evacuated.
Joe DeStio on the Changes to the PA Medical Marijuana Program
KDKD Radio's Joe DeStio joined Robert Mangino in studio to talk about some of these changes and advancements being made for the use of medicinal marijuana. One of the major changes in Pennslyvania dispensaries is that they will be allowing the production and sale of both dry leaf marijuana and marijuana flower. Both forms are able to be vaporized, but not smoked. State law forbids it to be smoked.
Steve Dorsey on Michael Cohen's 3rd Client Being Revealed and James Comey's Media Blitz
CBS News Correspondent, Steve Dorsey joined Robert Mangino to talk about Sean Hannity, a Fox News Host, who was also represented by Michael Cohen. Steve Dorsey told Mangino that Sean Hannity was the third client of Cohen’s who asked for their identity not be revealed. They also touched on the James Comey book and his recent media blitz.
Sarah Aziz on the Upcoming 2018 Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival
Festival Director at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Sarah Aziz joined Robert Mangino to talk about the upcoming 2018 Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival. The festival will take place June 1st through the 10th down at Point State Park and Gateway. It will be 10 days of free music and art.
Friday, April 13th
Jeff Hathhorn – To Flip, Or Not To Flip?
Joe DeStio and KDKA Radio Sports director Jeff Hathhorn talked Penguins, Pirates and bat flips.
Dr. Knowledge Shares History of Friday the 13th
Joe DeStio got the spooky scoop on Friday the 13th from Dr. Knowledge. Is it really bad luck?
Dr. Amy Yurko on Taxes
Assistant Accounting Professor at Palumbo-Donahue School of Business at Duquesne University, Dr. Amy Yurko joined Joe DeStio to talk about taxes: What's different? When will you need to file? What does the new plan mean for you?
Col. Jeff McCausland on Syria
CBS News Military Analyst, Col. Jeff McCausland joined Joe DeStio to talk about the chemical attack in Syria and what the U.S. needs to do to respond. Col. McCausland told Joe DeStio that the Russian allegations that Britain was involved are not true and they are just trying to cover up. Col. McCausland also told Joe that the U.S. needs to figure out what they want to accomplish in Syria at this point.
Eugene Kiely: Fact or Fiction When it Comes to Trump Comments
Director of FactCheck.org, Eugene Kiely joined Joe DeStio to set the record in regard to some of President Trump’s comments about the border wall and it stopping drug flow in the U.S. and whether or not Trump will send National Guard Troops to the Mexican border and trade with China and whether or not there will be a trade war.
Dr. Kristen Allen on James Comey's Book "A Higher Loyalty"
Visiting Assistant Political Science Professor at Duquesne University, Dr. Allen joined Joe DeStio to talk about James Comey’s memoir, “A Higher Loyalty.” Dr. Allen told Joe DeStio that this book is going to be a very personal reflection of his thoughts and feelings during certain events. This is Comey’s chance to punch back.
Adam Brandolph & Laura Wiens on the BRT Plan
Adam Brandolph and Laura Wiens joined Joe DeStio to talk about Mon Valley residence that were worried about service cuts by the Allegheny County Port Authority once the new BRT system is built in 2021. Adam Brandolph told Joe DeStio that those who live in the Mon Valley do not have to worry, the service will continue. Laura Wiens told Joe DeStio that those with the Pittsburgher for Public Transit are excited that service will continue once the new BRT system us built.
Thursday, April 12th
Jill Schlesinger on The Markets and Teaching Kids About Money
CBS Business Analyst, Jill Schlesinger joined Robert Mangino to talk about how people need to talk to their kids about money. Jill Schlesinger suggested teaching early and explaining how one needs to work to make money in order to buy and do the things one likes. Jill Schlesinger also touched on the markets and suggested everyone stick to a plan.
Dr. Miriam Heyman on the Silence Around Police Officer and Firefighter Suicides
Dr. Miriam Heyman of the Ruderman Family Foundation, joined Robert Mangino to talk about the silence and stigma around mental health and suicide when it comes to police officers and firefighters.
Pamela Falk Reports on Syria
CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, Pamela Falk joined Robert Mangino to talk about Syria and the possible chemical attack and how the 24-48 hour window Trump talked about to respond has passed.
Joe DeStio on Car Insurance and Trees
KDKA Radio's Joe DeStio joined Robert Mangino in studio to talk about the Access Insurance Company and how they have been declared insolvent, leaving nearly 43-thousand people in PA without auto insurance come midnight tonight. Joe DeStio also reported on a 2.6 million dollar center that will be growing and studying trees in Lawrenceville.
Kristine Sorensen on Teaching Kids About Money
Kidsburgh, Kristine Sorensen joined Robert Mangino to talk about teaching kids about money. Propel Charter School Homestead; a local school has created a program called Fund My Future where students are creating a savings account. Teachers at Propel Charter are taking it upon themselves to teach students about money because many parents aren’t talking to their kids about it.
Wednesday, April 11th
When Does Attorney-Client Privilege Die?
Some legal experts are saying the attorney-client privilege between President Donald Trump and his longtime attorney Michael Cohen, whose offices were recently raided by the FBI. Bruce Antkowiak, Director of the Criminology, Law, and Society Program at Saint Vincent College, weighs in.
Larry Magid Breaks Down Zuckerberg Testimony, FOSTA
CBS News Technology Analyst Larry Magid updated listeners on Facebook CEO’s second day of testimony before Congress and the implications of the recently signed FOSTA bill targeting online sex trafficking.
Patrick Nightingale on Medical Marijuana
Executive Director of Pittsburgh NORML, Patrick Nightingale joined Robert Mangino to talk about some stories involving medical marijuana. Patrick and Mangino talked about how medical marijuana can be used to help those who are autistic, marijuana leaf maybe available soon in the commonwealth, and former speaker of the house John Boehner who was opposed to the legalization of medical marijuana is now in favor of legalizing it.
Dr. Jerry Shuster on Paul Ryan's Decision Not to Seek Re-election
Pitt Political Communications Professor, Dr. Jerry Shuster joined Robert Mangino to talk about Paul Ryan’s decision to not seek re-election in the fall. Ryan says that he is not retiring because republicans might lose control of congress or because of white house turmoil, but because of family. Dr. Shuster said he isn’t buying it and he doesn’t think many people will.
Joe DeStio on the Amazon HQ2 protests
KDKA Radio's Joe DeStio joined Robert Mangino in studio to talk about community groups that were rallying today demanding that the city, county, and Allegheny conference disclose what they are proposing to Amazon. Joe DeStio also reported on students from the Woodland Hills Students against Gun Violence group and how they have no plans of stopping anytime soon when it comes to protesting for better gun laws.
Jeff McCausland on the Back and Forth Between Trump, Russia, and Syria
CBS News Military Analyst, Jeff McCausland joined Robert Mangino to talk about the back and forth between Trump and Russia and the possible U.S. strike on Syria. Jeff McCausland said that Trump is basically giving anyway any sort of tactical surprise with his social media use.
Tuesday, April 10th
Speaker Mike Turzai Sponsors Bill Banning Abortions Based Solely on Prenatal Down Syndrome Screening
Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Mike Turzai joined Robert Mangino to discuss the legislation he co-authored that would ban abortions based solely on a diagnosis of possible Down syndrome in a fetus and what inspired him to sponsor House Bill 2050. The bill was advanced by the Health committee Monday and a vote is expected next week.
Dr. Paul Friday Talks Teacher Sex Scandals
Dr. Paul Friday, Chief of Clinical Psychology at UPMC Shadyside, gave insight into the most recent accusations of a teacher having an inappropriate relationship with a student. A West Mifflin High School psychology teacher is charged with institutional sexual assault after a female student told police she had sex with 45-year-old James Horgan in the back of his classroom. Robert Mangino asks Dr. Friday why adults participate in such behavior.
Facebook CEO Finishes First Day of Congressional Questioning
CBS News Technology Analyst Larry Magid reported on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s initial testimony before the Senate Judiciary and Commerce committees and the revelations that came from Zuckerberg’s responses.
Jayme Meredith on Chinese Trade: “A Capitalistic Nation Wrapped in a Communist Wrapper”
Hefren-Tillotson’s Senior Vice President Jayme Meredith discussed the markets’ volatility amidst fears of trade wars and data breaches, and what’s next for Americans’ data and economy.
Gov. Wolf Ready to do “Whatever It Takes” to Aid Route 30 Construction, Clean-up
KDKA’s John Shumway has been covering the Route 30 landslide that developed into a complete disaster over the weekend. Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf was in Pittsburgh to examine the damage and help provide financial aid for the road’s reconstruction and those evacuated from apartments below.
Rikki Klieman on President Trump's Lawyer, Michael Cohen under Federal Investigation
CBS News Legal Analyst, Rikki Klieman joined Robert Mangino to talk about President Trump’s longtime attorney Michael Cohen’s office and home raided by the FBI.
Joe DeStio Reports on Governor Wolf Touring Route 30 Landslide
KDKA Radio's Joe DeStio joined Robert Mangino in studio to talk about Governor Tom Wolf touring Route 30 after the devastating landslide destroyed a 300 f.t section of it. PennDOT officials are still are not 100% sure what the plan going forward is, but they are vowing to rebuild the road. There is no word on how long this process will take.
Monday, April 9th
Larry Magid Previews Mark Zuckerberg's Senate Testimony
Larry Magid reported on the latest in the fallout following new revelations that Facebook users’ data has been sold to and used by third party developers ahead of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony before a joint hearing of the Senate Judiciary and Commerce.
Dr. Gerald Pifer of AHN's Medical Frontiers 4/9/18
Allegheny Health Network's Medical Frontiers Host Dr. Pifer and Robert Mangino talked about the effects of chemical warfare on people’s health and the recent attacks in Syria.
Pamela Falk on Suspected Chemical Attack in Syria
CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, Pamela Falk joined Robert Mangino to talk about the UN Security Council holding an emergency meeting today after a suspected chemical attack in Syria. Pamela Falk told Magino that the US I still trying to determine what the victims were gassed with. Since 2012 there have been over 200 chemical attacks.
Cathy Utz on Child Abuse Prevention Month
Deputy Secretary for the Office of Children, Youth and Families, Cathy Utz joined Robert Mangino to talk about how April is child abuse prevention month and what people can do who are in more of support role to reduce child abuse and neglect. If you are concerned a child is experiencing child abuse you can call 1-800-932-0313.
Shelby Cassesse reports on Supporting Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Act
KDKA Radio's Shelby Cassesse joined Robert Mangino in studio to talk about Senator Bob Casey, who was in Pittsburgh today hosting a discussion about the Supporting Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Act. Shelby Cassesse told Mangino that if passed it would essentially create a one stop shop of information and resources to support “Granfamilies.” Shelby Cassesse also reported on the Route 30 collapse and PennDOT creating an action plan to make highly automated cars safer in Pennsylvania.
Jaime Goulding & Richelle O'Malley on Project STAR
Permanency Specialist, Jaime Goulding and Senior Behavioral Health Clinician at the Children's Institute, Richelle O’Malley joined Robert Mangino to talk about the Project STAR program at the Children's Institute. This program is designed to help babies born with addiction, children who grow up watching a parent struggle with addiction, and then parents or family members break the opioid cycle and get them the proper treatment they need in order to live a drug free life.
Bill Rehkopf on Franklin Regional Mass Stabbing 4 Year Anniversary
CBS Washington Correspondent/Former Afternoon News Host, Bill Rehkopf joined Robert Mangino to talk about the horrible mass stabbing that occurred at Franklin Regional High School 4 years ago today. At the time, Bill Rehkopf was the host of the Afternoon News and was at home getting his son ready for school when he received the call. He said that it seems like it has been a lot longer than 4 years ago.
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