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Friday, January 19th
Sarah Lopez - Puerto Rico Rises - Food Distribution
Sarah Lopez joined Robert Mangino to talk about Puerto Rico Rises and their efforts to help donate and distribute food to the areas that are still without electricity and water and businesses. You can visit
to help donate.
Dr. Richard Zimmerman on the flu
University of Pittsburgh Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health and Director of PIttVax, Dr. Zimmerman joins Robert Mangino to talk about the flu. The flu can now be spread just by breathing. Dr. Zimmerman recommends that if you have any flu symptoms you stay home so you don’t pass the flu on to anyone else.
Bill Rehkopf - CBS Washing Correspodent - Government Shutdown
Bill Rehkopf joined Mangino to talk about the possibility of a government shutdown. Bill Rehkopf reported that neither the democrats nor the republicans are willing to budge or come to an agreement, they have till midnight tonight. Bill Rehkopf also tells Mangino that this is as close to a shutdown we have been in a while. Keep your eyes out for a decision tonight.
Eugene Kiley - Director - FactCheck.org
Robert Mangino checked in with Eugene Kiely to find out if the numbers Trump keeps talking are accurate or not when it comes to growth in the US. Eugene Kiley tells Mangino that for the most part the numbers are accurate and there has been a lot of economic growth. However other areas are not experiencing the same growth. They also touched on DACA and immigration.
Shelby Cassesse - KDKA - Matt Darby Preliminary Hearing
Shelby Cassese reported on Matthew Darby’s preliminary hearing that took place today. Darby is charged with the murder of his ex-girlfriend, Alina Sheykhet. Shelby Cassesse told Mangino that it was a very emotional day, Alina’s family and friends were all there showing her support with shirts and signs. Darby was held for trial on all charges, denied bail, and formally arraiged in February.
Mike Leon - Owner - Leon's Billiards & More
Mike Leon joined Robert Mangino to talk all about pool tables, his company, and his background in the billiard industry! At Leon’s Billiards & More you can buy 7ft., 8ft, and 9ft. pool tables, 12ft., 13ft, and 14ft. shuffle board tables, and old school arcade games. Mike Leon also shared why he doesn’t recommend buying pool tables from big box stores. Check out
for all your pool table needs, they do everything from moving jobs, tare downs, and repairs.
Thursday, January 18th
KDKA-TV's Kristine Sorensen Discusses "The Night to Shine"
Kristine Sorensen joined Robert Mangino to discuss the special needs prom called “The Night to Shine” created by the Tim Tebow Foundation. The prom will be on February 9th at the Bible Chapel in Peters Township.
Jill Schlesinger Talks Amazon HQ2 Top 20 List, New Apple Facility
CBS Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger gave insight into the great news for Pittsburgh and the other cities who made the top 20 list for Amazon’s HQ2 and who she thinks really has a shot. She also touched on some of President Trump’s comments he made in his address at his visit to H&K Equipment in North Fayette today.
NASEM's David Jernigan Explains Report Suggesting Lower BAC DUI Threshold, Higher Alcohol Taxes
David Jernigan is a Committee Member of The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine. He joined Robert Mangino to discuss the recent
by The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) commissioned by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that suggests lowering the DUI Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) threshold from .08% to .05%, increasing alcohol taxes and limiting times alcohol can be sold. Jernigan cited studies of other countries in which these measures have been successful in decreasing alcohol-related traffic deaths.
Brien Murphy of EZ Home Exteriors Doesn't Believe in Selling, But Building
EZ Home Exteriors Owner Brien Murphy told listeners how to jumpstart their year by getting those jobs around the house done quickly and affordably. Anyone who works with EZ Home Exteriors won’t be dealing with salespeople and won’t need to put down a hefty deposit. Call them at 412-678-7008 or visit their
. It isn’t too cold to have remodeling done!
Joe DeStio – Pittsburgh Makes Cut for Amazon HQ2 Top 20 Cities
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on the exciting announcement out of Amazon that Pittsburgh made the cut for the list of 20 cities Amazon is still considering for their North American HQ2. These cities were selected from the original 238 proposals. Joe DeStio talked to local leaders about the deal offered to Amazon and what Pittsburgh still needs to do to remain a frontrunner for the headquarters.
Wednesday, January 17th
Carnegie Science Center's Ralph Crewe Talks Space Lasers
Program Development Coordinator at the Carnegie Science Center Ralph Crewe joined Robert in-studio to talk about the space exploration going on in China. He said that there are tens of thousands of pieces of space junk floating around up there and it can be detrimental. He said the use of a possible space laser would help deteriorate some of the space junk. He also gave his input on the 23andMe DNA testing kits.
CEO of the Dollar Energy Fund Chad Quinn on the Upcoming Warmathon
CEO of the Dollar Energy Fund Chad Quinn joined Robert to talk about the Warmathon. He said that they work with the local utilities in Pittsburgh and they end up matching the donations made. The money is then lent to families who struggle with basic utility service. He also said that people can donate right now by text or online.
KDKA-TV's Bob Pompeani talks about Possible Coaching Changes for the Steelers
KDKA-TV Sports Director Bob Pompeani joined Robert to talk about some possible coaching changes with the Steelers. He talked about how some of the limited owners for the Steelers want Mike Tomlin fired. He said that the notion of Tomlin being fired is ridiculous. He thinks that there was too much of a disconnect between Todd Haley and Ben Roethlisberger and that’s why Haley won’t be back as the team’s offensive coordinator.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald discusses the Impact of the HUD Grant
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald joined Robert in-studio to talk about the issue of homelessness. He went on to talk about the HUD Grant and the impact it’s having in Allegheny County. He discussed why lots of people are moving away from Pittsburgh. He also said one of the better selling points to live in Pittsburgh is quality of life and affordability. Some of the issues he aims to tackle next are the improvement of transit and the upscaling of workers
KDKA's Joe DeStio on Governor Wolf's New Overtime Work Proposal
KDKA's Joe DeStio joined Robert in-studio to talk about Governor Tom Wolf’s new overtime proposal. Joe said that Governor Wolf is hoping that by the year 2022 he hopes to see a significant increase for overtime pay. Joe said that almost 460,000 people would be affected by this.
Tobacco Free Allegheny's Brittany Huffman on Why People Should Quit Smoking
Program Coordinator of Tobacco Free Allegheny Brittany Huffman joined Robert to discuss why people should quit smoking. She said it takes the average smoker 5-7 attempts to finally quit the habit. She went on to say 3-5% of people can quit cold turkey. She also said some of the most effective ways to quit include the patch and gum.
Tuesday, January 16th
Steve Dorsey – Will Congress Have a Budget Before Friday's Shutdown?
CBS News Correspondent Steve Dorsey reported on the impending government shutdown and ongoing debate in Congress preventing a final budget plan. Things heated up Thursday when reports surfaced that President Trump’s used profane language to make disparaging comments regarding certain countries and immigrants; Steve Dorsey says the discussion surrounding these comments is derailing discussions surrounding DACA and the budget.
Jeff Hathhorn With Insight into "Prudent" Pirates' Recent Trades
KDKA Sports Director Jeff Hathhorn joined Robert Mangino to give insight into the recent losses and trades in Pittsburgh sports and who might be next. Jeff Hathhorn says the Pirates need to “go for it.”
Joe DeStio Has Mayor Bill Peduto's Response to Poor Snow Removal, Improvement Plan
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto’s response to inefficient snow removal around the city after the most recent snowfall. Mayor Peduto admits the city’s plan is ineffective and its implementation is not serving residents. He outlined his plan to improve the system.
Cirque du Soleil Crystal Puts Excitement On Ice
Cirque du Soleil's Julie Desmarais told listeners about the exciting Cirque du Soleil show coming to Pittsburgh:
. This show will bring all the excitement and acrobatics of Cirque du Soleil onto ice!
Monday, January 15th
Dr. Gerald Pifer of AHN's Medical Frontiers – Best Treatment for the Flu
Host of Medical Frontiers Dr. Gerald Pifer joined Robert in-studio to talk about the flu. He said that the flu is caused by a virus and an anti-biotic would have no place in the treatment of the flu. He went on to say that decongestants and ibuprofen are good for just the aches and pains but won’t help flu symptoms. He said the vaccine is the best way to prevent the flu even though it is just 10% effective.
Former D.A. Matt Mangino on Crisis Declaration's Potential Impact on Gun Rights
Former D.A. in Lawrence County and Former Member of PA Probation & Parole Board Gun Rights/Public Health Crisis Matt Mangino joined Robert to talk about people’s rights to carry firearms and the laws in relation to it. He said the law is very specific and it doesn’t require confiscation of firearms.
Courier Columnist and Civil Rights Activist Louis "Hop" Kendrick: "You Can If You Believe You Can."
Columnist at the Pittsburgh Courier & Civil Rights Advocate Louis “Hop” Kendrick joined Robert to discuss ongoing race relations in America on this Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. He said that a lot of people act the way they do because of the way they are raised and the household they grow up in, and that people need to stop looking for excuses. Mr. Kendrick also shared personal stories of hope.
KDKA-TV's Bob Pompeani on the Pirates Trading Away Andrew McCutchen
KDKA-TV Sports Director Bob Pompeani joined Robert to talk about the Pirates trading away Gerrit Cole and Andrew McCutchen. He went on to say that these moves indicate that the Pirates will not contend for a playoff spot this year and they might be headed for another rebuild. He also talked about the Steelers loss to the Jaguars in the playoffs yesterday. He thinks that a lot of players overlooked the Jaguars and that’s what hurt them in the end.
KDKA's Joe DeStio On Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Pittsburgh
Joe DeStio joined Mangino to talk about Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Pittsburgh. Joe DeStio reported that most people can’t go through out today without reflecting on what the racial climate is like in the country today. The King Holiday is not about a day off, but a day on and that was the case when Joe was in the Hill District today and visited with members who were helping with the organization Rebuilding together Pittsburgh, they help rebuild houses all around Pittsburgh. Joe DeStio says that King Holiday is a day of giving back.
Bob Portogallo Talks Homemade Food at Portogallo Pepper's 'N' At
Bob Portogallo joined Mangino to talk about his restaurant Peppers ‘N’ At, his background, where he started and how he grew his restaurant to where it is today. Everything at Pepper’s ‘N’ At is homemade. Located in Braddock, open 7 days a week for take-out or dining in.
Friday, January 12th
Bill Rehkopf With A White House Controversy Update
CBS News Correspondent Bill Rehkopf reported on President Trump’s eventful day that consisted of profanity, a pact and a porn star. The White House denies the allegations discussed.
Joe DeStio on Pittsburgh's Precipitation Preparation
The warm days are over and a winter storm is racing across the region. KDKA’s Joe DeStio reported on the city’s plan for handling the difficult combination of freezing rain and snow, and what this could mean for Sunday’s playoff game at Heinz Field.
Senator Pat Toomey on S**thole Comment: "The President Was Wrong."
Senator Pat Toomey joined Robert Mangino to discuss the success of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, as well as the extension of the Iran Nuclear Deal. But first, he took time to address President Trump’s profane comments in an immigration meeting toward certain nations that Sen. Toomey finds disagreeable and distracting.
Catholic Charities – Pittsburghers are "Eager to Give"
Catholic Charities Executive Director Susan Rauscher and Director of Facilities Kathy Echement, along with Catholic Charities Free Health Care Center Dentist Dr. Mark Prybl joined Robert Mangino to tell listeners how they can jumpstart their year in a more charitable fashion by donating money, clothes or time to Catholic Charities. They shared how these donations are used to help those struggling in our community. Those in need of or looking to help can call Catholic Charities at 412-456-6999 or visit their
Leilani Delendez on Saving Pets in Puerto Rico
Leilani Delendez joined Mangino to talk about the abandoned animals in Puerto Rico and how she is teaming up with a group in Pittsburgh to save these animals.
KDKA Sports Director Jeff Hathhorn on The Steelers
KDKA Sports Director Jeff Hathhorn joined Mangino to talk about Steeler's ticket holders selling tickets, the cold weather for the game Sunday, Le'Von Bell and the game for Jacksonville on Sunday. Jeff Hathhorn hopes that it is a low scoring fun game.
Thursday, January 11th
Larry Magid on the Latest Innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show
CBS News Technology Consultant Larry Magid joined Joe to talk about the latest innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show. He said that a lot of the gadgets will be coming out soon, but some are still considered futuristic and won’t be out anytime soon.
John Frank and Chris Wilhite of Philips on the SmartSleep Headband
CEO of Philips Sleep and Respiratory Care John Frank joined Joe to talk about a headband “Smart Sleep” that helps with sleep. He said the product is developed in Pittsburgh and is used primarily to treat sleep apnea. He said it determines when you have a deep period of sleep and it sends minor audio tones to the ears that enhances the sleep so a person feels better rested. Senior Consumer Marketing Manager Chris Wilhite joined Joe to talk about all of the positive feedback about the headband. He discussed why people enjoy the product so much because it enhances their sleep.
Jill Schlesinger on Shifts in the Retail Market
CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger joined Joe to talk about everything happening at Wal-Mart. She said Wal-Mart is raising their wages to $11 an hour, but also announced they are closing over 60 Sam’s Clubs, which are partners with Wal-Mart, across the country. She talked about the resurgence on Wall Street which was helped heavily by the corporate tax cut. She also said the higher price of oil is a good signal to start off the year.
Constitutional Law Professor Wilson Huhn Discusses Recent Gerrymandering Cases
Visiting Constitutional Law Professor at Duquesne University School of Law Wilson Huhn joined Joe DeStio to talk about a recent Gerrymandering suit. He discussed the rulings in accordance to North Carolina and Pennsylvania. He went on to say one of the big underlying issues is trying to stop corruption.
Steve Dorsey on Trump's Plan for a Possible Border Law
CBS News Correspondent Steve Dorsey joined Joe to talk about the possible framework for an immigration deal in Washington. He said that President Trump wants more money for a border law. He said more meetings are planned to talk about immigration.
Kristine Sorensen lets Listeners Know where Kids can let their Imaginations Run Wild
In the Kidsburgh segment Kristine Sorensen told listeners about the best “makerspaces” around the Pittsburgh area where kids can get off their phones and let their imaginations run wild.
Fort Pitt Piano Company Owner Joe Ravita
Fort Pitt Piano Company Owner Joe Ravita joined Joe DeStio to help listeners jumpstart the New Year by talking about trying something new like learning to play piano. He talked about some of the pianos that current musicians use and why Steinway chose to sell their pianos in his store.
Wednesday, January 10th
Luke Hingson, Phil Jones and Ron Alvarado discuss the Progress Made in Puerto Rico
Director of Brother’s Brother Luke Hingson joined Mangino to talk about what he has seen so far as in progress since he has been down in Puerto Rico for a week. Hingson said those in Puerto Rico are rebuilding their lives, they are not quite there yet. They are still in need of a lot of help. Vice Chair of Brother’s Brother Phil Jones tells Mangino that those in Puerto Rico are in great spirits but there is still a lot of work needs to be done. President of the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Ron Alvarado told Mangino that he is very proud of in Puerto Rican brother’s and sister’s. He also talked about how grateful everyone is for Brother’s Brother and all the other people that have done what they can to help rebuild Puerto Rico.
Sarah Lopez talks about Puerto Rico Rises
Executive Director of Puerto Rico Rises Sarah Lopez joined Mangino to talk about the organization that she works for and what they have been doing in order to help everyone in need by bringing food and aid to all those in Puerto Rico. Sarah Lopez’s explains to Mangino that everyone in Puerto Rico is an American citizen and that they still need help, this isn’t over, they still need a lot of help.
Luis Clemente Discusses His Father, His Homes
Roberto Clemente's son Luis Clemente joined Robert Mangino in San Juan, Puerto Rico to talk about his father’s short but well-lived life and how he will live on in the hearts of Puerto Ricans and Pittsburghers alike.
CMU Students Describe Devastation, Resilience in Puerto Rico
Rosana Guernica is the Puerto Rican Carnegie Mellon student who started relief flights packed with necessary supplies to Puerto Rico. Gabriel Torres and Jesus Medina are fellow CMU students who have supported the relief efforts. They shared how volunteering has impacted them and why they do it, and a devastating story related to a factory destroyed by the hurricanes.
Francisco Martorell of Triple S Discusses Disaster Relief in Puerto Rico
Vice President of corporate Development for Triple S Francisco “KiKi” Martorell joined Robert Mangino live in San Juan, Puerto Rico to discuss how Triple S is helping Puerto Ricans and how much aid they have received from the people and organizations of Pittsburgh, including Highmark and the Pirates.
NRG's Dave Schrader Has Energy-Saving Tips for the New Year
Dave Schrader is the Manager of Public Relations for NRG. He helped listeners jumpstart their year with cost- and energy-saving tips as the temperatures are expected to drop again. There are small things any consumer can do to reduce energy use in the home, like leaving curtains open during the day or switching to LED lightbulbs. Every little bit counts.
Dr. Maria Rodriguez Discusses Struggles for Sick Puerto Ricans
Dr. Maria Rodriguez, Medical Director of Population Management for Triple S, joined Robert Mangino live from San Juan, Puerto Rico to talk about how Puerto Ricans with illnesses and disabilities that make them dependent on electricity and constant care have been struggling – and surviving – since most of the island has been without power in the wake of two hurricanes.
Joe DeStio – Opioid Epidemic Declared Public Health Emergency in PA
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on today’s declaration by Governor Tom Wolf that the opioid epidemic is now a public health emergency. The announcement loosens restrictive paperwork requirements and will allow first responders to leave naloxone with people who have overdosed or their loved ones if they are certified. Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine took the opportunity to remind the public that addiction is a disease, not a moral failing.
Tuesday, January 9th
Sister Mary Thaddeus discusses McGuire Memorial's Upcoming Fundraiser
President and CEO of the McGuire Memorial Sister Mary Thaddeus discussed McGuire Memorial’s fundraiser on March 3rd that will be a fun night and help them to keep helping those with disabilities.
Luke Hingson of Brother's Brother on Puerto Rico's Progress, Donations' Impact
Director of Brother’s Brother Foundation Luke Hingson was in Puerto Rico with Robert Mangino supplying more aid to Puerto Ricans still suffering in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. He told listeners about the progress they have made through generous donations and what progress remains to be made.
Orlando Pinero Shares Puerto Rico's Strength, Personal Struggles
Executive Vice President and General Manager for Luis Garraton, LLC Orlando Pinero discussed the efforts his company is making to help Puerto Ricans help themselves. He also shared his own personal struggles and what his family has lost in the devastation.
Joe DeStio With Good News For Pittsburgh
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on good news for the Pittsburgh region in the form of progress in the fight against the opioid epidemic, new flights at Pittsburgh International Airport, and a vote of confidence for housing Amazon’s HQ2.
Exclusive Interview with San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz
Robert Mangino had the opportuinity to sit down with San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz. Mayor Yulin told Mangino about the state of Puerto Rico since the hurricanes hit, how there are still so many people without power. She Spoke about the American government, her connection to Pittsburgh, and how thankful they are for the people who have done so much to help. They still need a lot of help, but they are keeping the faith and staying strong. Unbelievable interview, must listen!
Monday, January 8th
Robert Mangino Previews Puerto Rico Shows
KDKA's Robert Mangino joined John McIntire to talk about Puerto Rico. Mangino is down in Puerto Rico and will be doing his show on Tuesday and Wednesday from Puerto Rico. Mangino is down there to get a better idea of what has been going on the past few months. Many people in Puerto Rico are stepping up and doing what they can to fix things, however many feel the American Government needs to be doing more to help. Tune into the Afternoon News tomorrow and Wednesday to hear Mangino from Puerto Rico.
Jeff Hathhorn talks about Antonio Brown Returning to Practice
KDKA Sports Director Jeff Hathhorn joined John McIntire to talk Steelers. Jeff Hathhorn reported that Antoni Brown is back and looked like he hadn’t taken a day off. They also talked about how this is the healthiest the team has been going into playoff, the upcoming game against the Jaguars, and if the Steelers can beat the Patriots if it comes to that. Jeff thinks we can although it will be tough.
Heather Heidelbaugh says Michael Wolff May Have Gone "Too Far"
Political and Legal Analyst Heather Heidelabugh talked about conflicting reports regarding the seriousness of rumors about Oprah’s presidential bid for 2020. She says anything’s possible after Trump’s election. Heidelbaugh also discussed Michael Wolff's book and its potential impact.
Joe DeStio on Weather Changes – Flooding, Flu Season
KDKA's Joe DeStio reported on the cold weather warming up and what that means for the area in terms of floods and flus.
Mark Rosen of Best Made Shoes Explains Benefits of Custom Shoes
Best Made Shoes Owner Mark Rosen told listeners about his old-fashioned shoe store, the only one in the city that still makes custom shoes, and the benefits of personalized shoes.
Chris Potter – Conor Lamb Would Not Support Nancy Pelosi
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Chris Potter talked about his story published today that revealed Senatorial candidate Conor Lamb would not support Nancy Pelosi if elected, citing a need for new leadership.
Friday, January 5th
Eric Hagman talks Todd Haley and the Steelers
93.7 The Fan's Eric Hagman joined John McIntire to talk about Todd Haley and the incident him and his wife got themselves into on New Year''s Eve. Eric Hagman told McIntire that according to Ed Bouchette Haley shattered his palvis. They also talked about the Steelers and who they should play in their next game, Eric would like to seem them play Jacksonville.
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