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Friday, November 17th
Jon Delano on Democratic Hopefuls for Former Rep. Murphy's Seat
KDKA-TV Money and Politics Editor Jon Delano reported on the numerous Democrats vying for former Representative Tim Murphy’s seat for the 18th Congressional District. Democrats will choose their candidate this weekend to face off against surprise Republican nominee Rick Saccone in the special election.
Robert Mangino Live From Miami, Headed To Puerto Rico
Host of the KDKA Afternoon News Robert Mangino talked to John McIntire live from Miami, FL on his way to Puerto Rico with Puerto Rican Carnegie Mellon student Rosana Guernica on the fourth relief flight she has organized.
Jeremy Waldrup Previews Comcast Light Up Night
Jeremy Waldrup of the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership joined John McIntire to preview all the free events and musical acts people from around the region – and Santa – will enjoy tonight at Comcast Light Up Night. Mr. McFeely will even be there to kick off the holiday season.
Thursday, November 16th
Rosana Guernica Previews Puerto Rico Relief Flight
Puerto Rican native Carnegie Mellon University student Rosana Guernica joined Mangino to talk about their upcoming
trip to Puerto Rico
to bring needed medical assistance and bring back Puerto Ricans that need more complicated medical care.
Jayme Meredith Explains Tax Reform Impact
Hefren-Tillotson's Senior Vice President Jayme Meredith broke down the tax bill passed in the House today and the market impact.
Steve Dorsey on Tax Reform, New Assault Allegations
CBS Correspondent Steve Dorsey reported on today’s vote in the House of Representatives that passed the GOP tax reform bill and the concerns about the bill passing the Senate. He also gave insight into the sexual assault allegations against Senate candidate Judge Roy Moore and current sitting Senator Al Franken.
Shelby Cassesse – URA Reaches Civic Arena Site Deal With Penguins
KDKA's Shelby Cassesse reported on the deal Pittsburgh’s Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) approved by a 3-2 vote that gives the Penguins an extra year to develop the site, but with some conditions. Development is expected to begin late next year.
Dr. Neil Capretto on New Technology for Opioid Additction Treatment
Medical Director Gateway Rehabilitation Center Dr. Neil Capretto joined Mangino to give insight into new developments in the fight against the opioid epidemic that could be good news for people struggling to kick their addiction, and people who need a second chance.
Wednesday, November 15th
Dr. Tom Brophy Explains Kratom
Dr. Tom Brophy of Trinity Wellness Services joined Mangino to talk about a warning from the FDA chief about an opioid treatment drug called kratom that could be just as dangerous as typical opioids. Citing 36 deaths, the FDA warned consumers yesterday not to use the supplement.
Ralph Crewe – A New Pill, A New Planet
Programming Development Coordinator at the Carnegie Science Center Ralph Crewe joined Mangino to talk about a new pill that tracks ingestion. This new pill sends a message from the pill to wearable patch. There’s not yet proof that it makes medication any more effective but it’s the first in what will surely be a long line of digital pills. Crewe then talked about a new planet discovered 11 light-years from Earth where one year lasts fewer than 10 Earth days.
Rich Fitzgerald Discusses Flights to Seattle, Puerto Rico
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald talked to Mangino about today’s announcement that Alaska Airlines will now offer non-stop flights between Pittsburgh and Seattle and what that could mean for the region. They also talked about Saturday’s relief flight to Puerto Rico that will deliver critical medical supplies and evacuate residents in need of extensive care.
Joe DeStio – Matakovich Sentenced
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on today’s sentencing of former Pittsburgh Police Sergeant Stephen Matakovich for violating the civil rights of Gabriel Despres during an altercation outside Heinz Field in 2015. Joe explains the judge’s decision of 27 months in prison, three years’ probation and restitution payment, and the implications of the sentence.
David Spigelmyer on Act 13 Community Revitalization
President of the Pittsburgh-based Marcellus Shale Coalition David Spigelmyer joined Mangino to discuss the 227 projects announced by the Wolf Administration in support of community revitalization, transportation improvement and environmental protection. Spigelmyer talked about the impact fee structure and local projects in and around Allegheny County.
Tuesday, November 14th
Senator Bob Casey on Tax Reform, Health Care Mandate
Senator Bob Casey joined Mangino to talk about the Senate GOP tax bill that reportedly includes a repeal of the Affordable Care Act individual mandate. Casey says this measure will lead to 13 million Americans losing their healthcare in addition to middle class families facing higher taxes. He says sneaking this measure into a tax reform bill is unacceptable.
Mayor John Fetterman Will Run For Lieutenant Governor
Braddock Mayor John Fetterman announced today his official candidacy for Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania. He joined Mangino to discuss his dreams for the commonwealth and his progressive campaign platform.
Christine Vendel with the Latest on the Timothy Piazza Case
PennLive Reporter Christine Vendel reported on the latest developments in the case of Timothy Piazza’s death at a Penn State fraternity party. Investigators were able to recover a video taken in the basement of the Beta Theta Pi house that was deleted before police could confiscate it. The video reportedly contains evidence that implicates Piazza’s fraternity brothers, and has led to the refiling of previously dropped charges and filing of new charges against 12 new defendants.
Steve Dorsey on Jeff Sessions' Testimony, Senate Seat
CBS Correspondent Steve Dorsey reported on Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ changing testimony to a House hearing regarding his interactions with George Papadopoulos and others during Trump’s 2016 campaign. Dorsey also gave insight into the status of Judge Roy Moore’s chance at serving in the Senate, and the GOP’s progress on the tax reform President Trump wants passed by Christmas.
Angela Garcia – Global Links Delivering Medical Supplies to Puerto Rico
Global Links Deputy Director Angela Garcia joined Mangino in-studio to discuss the upcoming
to Puerto Rico. It is the fourth flight of its kind arranged by Rosana Guernica, a Carnegie Mellon student born in Puerto Rico. Global Links is helping to get tons of needed medical supplies to Puerto Rico before the flight back evacuates 130 people in need of constant medical care.
Rosana Guernica and Robert Mangino Help With Puerto Rico Relief Efforts
Rosana Guernica joined Mangino in-studio to describe her efforts to get life-saving disaster relief to Puerto Rico after a fatal hurricane season, and why she decided to go about her relief efforts the way she did. Rosana, who was born in Puerto Rico and still has family there, and Mangino will both be visiting Puerto Rico on Saturday on the fourth
Rosana has organized that will deliver medical supplies and evacuate desperate citizens.
Monday, November 13th
John Fetterman, is he running for Lieutenant Governor?
John Fetterman joined Mangino to talk about whether or not he will be running for Lieutentant Governor. Fetterman told Mangino that at this time he can neither confirm nor deny the rumors, but it is definitely something he has been thinking about. Tomorrow at 11:30am an annoucement will be made on his candidacy.
Major Mike Lyons on Army Mental Illness Waivers
CBS Military Analyst Mike Lyons joined Mangino to discuss accusations that President Trump is being played by other world leaders. Major Lyons doesn’t believe the president is falling into any traps but rather is trying to be diplomatic in order to prevent nuclear war. Major Lyons also talked about a recent decision by the U.S. Army to allow people with mental illness to serve; a decision he believes is indicative of low rates of Americans qualified to serve, and could be inviting disaster.
Joe DeStio on Mayor Bill Peduto's 2018 Budget
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on Mayor Bill Peduto’s 2018 Budget and Five-Year Plan announced today, the most important aspect being Mayor Peduto’s desire to exit Act 47 and financially distressed status. Joe explains the benefits of exiting the act early and some other proposals in the plan including pension changes for city employees.
Rosana Guernice Prepares for Fourth Relief Trip to Puerto Rico
Rosana Guernice is a Carnegie Mellon University student who has been
raising money for Puerto Rico
since Hurrican Irma leveled the island and is preparing for her fourth trip to bring disaster relief to the devastated territory. This trip will deliver 28,000 pounds of medical supplies with the help of
, and 130 people requiring medical attention will be evacuated. She stresses the importance of getting aid and supplies directly to the people in situations as dire as this.
Friday, November 10th
Ralph Crewe and the Saturn 5 Rocket
Robert Mangino was joined by Ralph Crewe the Development Coordinator at the Carnegie Science Center to talk about the Saturn 5 Rocket that went to the moon 50 years ago, some similar rockets that are in the process of being developed, and scientific technology.
Jon Delano on Gerrymandering, 18th District Special Election
KDKA-TV's Money and Politics Editor Jon Delano reported on the upcoming Republican and democratic nominees for the special election to fill former Representative Tim Murphy’s seat and a gerrymandering lawsuit that could impact future elections in the commonwealth, and potentially the nation.
Keeping Animals Safe in Winter Weather
AccuWeather Meteorologist Dave Bowers told listeners about the plunging temperatures that will bring potentially record-breaking lows and when things will thaw out. Owner and Head Veterinarian of
Dr. Mike Hutchinson then explained the importance of bringing indoor pets inside during winter weather, and gave advice for taking care of outdoor animals as well. He also reminded listeners to hit their hoods before starting the car in case a neighborhood cat has taken up shelter.
How Can We Better Help Veterans?
Steve Monteleone, Founder of
It’s About the Warrior Foundation
, joined Mangino to discuss the hurdles veterans face when they return home from service and what can be done to provide veterans with more resources to aid in the transition back to civilian life. Rob Liscio, an actor and producer in the film
, then talked to Mangino about his newest short film about a Vietnam veteran struggling with PTSD and how Americans can better help those who defend our country.
Thursday, November 9th
Dr. Bryan Doner and Dr. David Deitrick talk Medical Marijuana
Dr. Bryan Doner, CEO of Compassionate Certifed Centers and Dr. David Deitrick, President of Allegheny County Medical Society joined Mangino to talk about Medical Marijuana. Dr. Deitrick said that doctors aren’t prescribing marijuana they are certifying that the patients have a condition that qualifies them to apply to the state to get treated with medical marijuana. Dr. Doner tells Mangino that so far the response has been overwhelming.
Jill Schlesinger Talks Tax Talks
CBS Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger joined Mangino to talk about the progress of the GOP tax reform as the House and Senate rework the plan, and break down the differences between the two plans. Lawmakers say they want to vote on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act by next Friday.
Kristine Sorensen with a Very Colorful Kidsburgh
Kidsburgh's Kristine Sorensen told listeners about a mosaic mural unveiled this morning at the Oakmont Service Plaza on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. A Pittsburgh artist combined the ideas and artwork of students from Riverview High School, who also helped create the large work that pays homage to Western Pennsylvania. It is the second of 17 planned installations along the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Dr. Kevin Elko on Social Media Dangers: "Stay in your Kid's Life."
Psychologist Dr. Kevin Elko joined Mangino to give insight into some disturbing reports that say children are bullying themselves anonymously online, and the claim of an ex-Facebook executive hat social media is engineered to be addictive. Dr. Elko explains why self-bullying might be gaining popularity and the chemicals that can make almost anything addictive. He warns listeners against “designer diagnoses” and advises people to put down their phones and “be where their feet are.”
Wednesday, November 8th
PWSA On Announced Series of Rate Hikes
The PWSA has announced a series of rate increases to take place over the next three years for its customers. The increases come as the water authority tries to address long delayed infrastructure investment. Robert Weimar joined Mangino to discuss the move and a report today by a consultant with additional solutions for the problem-riddled PWSA.
Bill Rehkopf with a Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Update
CBS Washington Correspondent Bill Rehkopf reported on Tuesday’s election and what the results could mean for the fate of the GOP Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Bill says Republicans are still pushing ahead with the plan, trying to meet the president’s Thanksgiving deadline. He says the devil will be in the details and the Senate could be a huge hurdle for the reform.
Pamela Falk on Trump's Trip To, And Tweets From China
President Trump was in China today as his tour across Asia continues. CBS Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk reported on the president’s attempted trip to the DMZ and his main goals during his meetings with Chinese President Xi, as well as the controversial tweets POTUS posted while in China where Twitter is banned.
Susan Higginbotham on How to Decrease Rates of PFAs, Keep Orders Effective
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Executive Director Susan Higginbotham joined Mangino to share the high numbers of Protection From Abuse Orders (PFAs) in Western Pennsylvania, the reasons behind them, and legislation in the State Senate meant to help victims of domestic violence. She says it is key that the public notify police when PFAs are violated.
Chris Borick With Election Insights
Chris Borick, Director of the Institute of Public Opinion at Muhlenberg College, joined Mangino to give insight into the results of Tuesday’s elections, both locally and in other states. He says it was a good night for Democrats while reminding listeners that it’s common for the President’s party to struggle in elections soon after they enter the White House.
Tuesday, November 7th
Rep. Stephen Bloom – Protecting Excellent Teachers Act
State Representative Stephen Bloom (R-Cumberland County) joined Mangino to discuss his bill that will become law without the Governor’s signature that changes the system in which public school teachers are furloughed. Traditionally the decisions are made on a seniority basis, but the bill changes that to a merit-based system. The merit system focuses on a number of performance standards, primarily PSSA scores. He says if two teachers are of equal merit, they will then refer to a seniority system.
Carl Zacharia Explains Changes for Some Snowbird Couples
Carl Zacharia, Partner with
Zacharia Brown Elder Law Attorneys
, joined Mangino to discuss a law in Florida throwing a wrench into the asset planning of many snowbird couples. Some snowbird couples have one spouse claim Pennsylvania as home, the other spouse claims Florida as their home. In Florida, they cannot raise property taxes by more than 3% if that property is the primary home of the taxpayer. A court ruling in Florida now mandates that there can only be homestead property tax exemption per family.
Jon Delano on Today's Elections
KDKA-TV Money and Politics Editor Jon Delano reported on the pertinent referendums Pennsylvania voters saw on their ballots today, including the election and retention of judges and a possible end to property taxes funding school districts. He also explained the importance of Virginia’s gubernatorial race for the Republican Party.
Steve Dorsey with an Update on President Trump's Asia Tour
CBS News Radio Correspondent Steve Dorsey reported on President Trump’s five-nation tour across Asia and the progress he’s made with other world leaders regarding trade deals and how to handle the threat of North Korea, and why the president’s tweets seem more focused on Virginia’s next governor that his trip.
Steve Monteleone – IATW Helps Local Vet Who Lost Family in TX Church Shooting
It’s About The Warrior Foundation
(IATW) Founder Steve Monteleone joined Mangino to discuss the foundation's efforts to fly a local Marine veteran’s family to Texas after his aunt and uncle – who were also veterans – were killed in Sunday’s mass shooting at a Sutherland Springs church. He also described other programs available to post-9/11 veterans and their families through IATW.
Jeff Gilbert – Can Autonomous Vehicles Save Lives?
CBS Detroit Automotive Reporter Jeff Gilbert reported on a recent study that waiting for self-driving vehicle technology to be perfect could lead to thousands of deaths in crashes caused by human error. Gilbert also explained a new pilot system being introduced that doesn’t involve a safety driver and how far we are from fully autonomous vehicles.
Monday, November 6th
Steve Futterman on the Deadliest Shooting in Texas History
CBS Correspondent Steve Futterman reported from San Antonio, Texas, not far from where a mass shooting took place at a church Sunday. He says the media is beginning to put faces to the names of victims, several of which were children.
Alec Wright – Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Allegheny Co. Jail
Civil Rights Attorney with the Law Offices of Timothy O’Brien Alec Wright joined Mangino in studio to discuss his client’s lawsuit against the Allegheny County Jail. Wright says his client, who is a transgender woman, was housed with male inmates and physically and sexually assaulted by those inmates. Jules Williams requested protective custody after she says she suffered verbal abuse from a sergeant. Wright says his client was in a cell 23 hours a day for 4 days with a male inmate where she was repeatedly raped.
Dr. Gerald Pifer of AHN's Medical Frontiers 11/6/17
Dr. Gerald Pifer, the Host of Medical Frontiers, joined Mangino to talk about genetic engineering and the ethical debate associated with it. They also discussed the healing process for broken ribs and the physiological impact of daylight saving time.
Friday, November 3rd
Jon Delano – UPMC To Build 3 Specialty Hospitals
KDKA-TV Money & Politics Editor Jon Delano reported on today’s announcement that UPMC will invest $2 billion to build three new specialty hospitals in the area by 2022 and what that could mean for Pittsburgh, not just locally but on an international scale.
Pamela Falk – Key Points of Trump's Asia Tour
Today marked the beginning of President Turmp’s longest international tour yet. CBS Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk joined Mangino to preview the trip, during which the president will visit five Asian nations and three summits with world leaders. She says he will most likely focus on trade and security, and may meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Mangino also talked to Pamela about more potential shakeups in Trump’s cabinet.
Jeff McCaulsand on Bowe Bergdahl Sentencing
CBS Military Analyst Jeff McCausland gave insight into today’s sentencing of former Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl for desertion and misbehavior in front of the enemy. He will not serve any prison time, rather Bergdahl will be dishonorably discharged, demoted to the rank of Private and $10,000 of his pay will be withheld. Colonel McCausland believes the punishment is fair and explains what the sentence could mean for Bergdahl’s future.
Thursday, November 2nd
Michael Horvath – Becoming A Citizen
USCIS Field Office Director Michael Horvath joined Mangino to talk about the twenty people that became American citizens today at the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh. He and Mangino talked about the process to become a citizen and the steps required before one can officially be American. You can become a permanent resident first and after five years, if you meet all requirements, you get an apple pie, a baseball glove, and a box of fireworks at your naturalization ceremony.
Jill Schlesinger on Fed Chair Appointment, Tax Reform
CBS Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger joined Mangino to breakdown the potential impact of President Trump’s Fed Chairman appointment and the GOP tax plan, both announced today.
Paula Reid Discusses Manafort, Gates, Saipov Cases
CBS News Justice Correspondent Paula Reid discussed the indictments of Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, who are attempting to prove they are not flight risks in order to be released from house arrestwhile the judge attempts to protect the jury pool. Reid also explained the legal recourse in the trial of Sayfullo Saipov for Tuesday’s New York City bike lane terror attack and if President Trump’s tweets about the suspect’s punishment will impact the case.
Bill Rehkopf Reviews Republican Tax Plan
CBS Washington Correspondent Bill Rehkopf gave insight into the GOP tax reform bill that was unveiled today. Republican and Democrat analyses produce very different numbers on how the bill will impact working American families and representatives from high-tax states are already coming out against the plan. Rehkopf also cited projections saying the plan will increase the national debt.
Joe DeStio – Light Up Night, Holiday Festivities
KDKA's Joe DeStio joined Mangino to help listeners get into the holiday spirit. Holiday plans for the city were announced today and Joe reported on times and events for Light Up Night and local shopping for the season.
Wednesday, November 1st
Larry Magid – Testimony on Russian Social Media Ads
CBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid reported on testimony today from Google, Facebook, and Twitter on Capitol Hill. Magid says many sites utilize algorithms to organize and greenlight content on their sites and without humans monitoring that content it’s easy for things to slip through the cracks. Magid says there is no issue with Russians having opinions on American politics but buying an ad to support a candidate or cause posing as a news article is detrimental to our democracy.
Lou Gentile on Terror Attack Preparedness, Prevention
CSI Investigatiors President and CEO Lou Gentile talked about yesterday’s terror attack on the busiest bike path in New York City and gave insight into radicalization of extremists after entering the country and the importance of situational awareness. He also warned that background checks only go so far, making information reported to local authorities is imperative. Mr. Gentile says if you see something, say something: “If it doesn’t feel right, it’s typically not right.”
Sen. Jay Costa on Open Enrollment, Sports Commission
Open Enrollment for the Affordable Care Act Marketplace began Tuesday and runs through the end of the year. Sen. Jay Costa joined Mangino to tell listeners about changes in enrollment and why it is crucial to enroll in the ACA in order to stabilize it. He also discussed a new initiative to establish a sports commission for Western Pennsylvania.
Joe DeStio – WPSA Audit Results
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on the result of Auditor General Eugene DePasquale’s audit of the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA), the results of which were released today. The major findings include the loss of 50% of clean water due to leaks in the PWSA system and the Authority’s inability to properly invest in infrastructure maintenance due to its deal with the City of Pittsburgh that supplies government operations – including pools and the zoo – with free water.
Bill Rehkopf Previews GOP Tax Reform
CBS Washington Correspondent Bill Rehkopf gave insight into the GOP tax reform bill, its release was expected today but has been pushed to Thursday morning. Republicans are aiming to increase the tax deduction in order to simplify the tax code and offset increases in other aspects of the reform while addressing concerns that the new plan will increase the national debt, and negatively impact working Americans’ retirement earnings. Mr. Rehkopf says Democrats are opposed to the plan.
CMU's Jim Daniels – Challenges to the Dream
Jim Daniels is a Thomas Stockham Baker Professor of English at Carnegie Mellon University and the founder of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Writing Award at CMU, He joined Mangino to talk about "Challenges to the Dream: The Best of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Writing Awards at Carnegie Mellon University." The anthology is a selection of awarded pieces of poetry and prose about racial, political, gender, cultural and other diversity issues. The anthology is on shelves now.
Tuesday, October 31st
Pamela Falk Previews Trump's Asia Tour
CBS Foreign Affairs Analyst Pamela Falk joined Mangino to discuss President Trump’s upcoming tour that will stop in Asia. She explains the White House’s choice to skip the iconic trip to the DMZ and gives insight into the continued tensions between American and North Korean leadership, and the resulting shifts in alliances.
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