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A frost advisory has been issued for Allegheny County and several other counties in Western Pennsylvania.
Penn State Pay Back: No. 2 Nittany Lions Beat Michigan 42-13
No. 2 Penn State emphatically avenged its last regular-season loss with a 42-13 victory against the 19th-ranked Wolverines.
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Pittsburgh has plenty of pumpkin dishes for you to get your fix this fall, from the sweet to the savory, and you can even work some pumpkin into every meal.
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Guide To 2017 Oktoberfest Events In Pittsburgh
Ah, Oktoberfest, the annual celebration of beer -- what's not to love? Keep the beers flowing and the party going with plenty of events in the Pittsburgh area celebrating both beer and Germany, from festival weekends to brewery parties.
Best Ways To Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month In Pittsburgh
Although Pittsburgh doesn't have a huge number of events scheduled, you can still have a great time celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, including at an annual gala and a celebration honoring Pittsburgh Pirate Roberto Clemente.
A Millennial's Guide To Moving
If you're feeling overwhelmed by an upcoming move, check out our handy guide for helping get you prepared and keeping your stress level down.
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Plans are in the works to build a tiny house village for veterans who have had a tough time transitioning back to society.
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Friday, October 20th
The Good Old Days
Rob Pratte shared a personal story of gratitude for America’s healthcare system. He also talked about the differences between past and present America.
Phone Call Controversy
Rob Pratte discussed the controversy surrounding President Trump’s call to the widow of one of the U.S. soldiers recently killed in an ambush in Niger, and continued to stress the importance of respecting the military.
How Will Trump Measure Up?
Rob Pratte filled in for Mike Pintek. In light of former President George W. Bush’s comments on America’s current state and emboldened racism, Rob talked to callers about how Trump measures up against past Republican Presidents.
Thursday, October 19th
Is Amazon Really Prime for Pittsburgh?
Mike continued to take calls on NFL player protests. He was also joined briefly by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Development Reporter Mark Belko, who has written extensively on the impact of Amazon’s rapid growth in Seattle. Pittsburgh’s bid for housing Amazon’s HQ2 was sent out today; Mike talked to Mr. Belko about what Amazon could really mean for Pittsburgh, and it might not be as good as local officials believe.
Mike Pintek shared what he’s recently learned about the U.S. Code in relation to the National Anthem along with new examples of bias in the crooked news media. He also discussed the most recent violent attack of a Pittsburgh Public Schools teacher.
Head, Shoulders, Knees & Eyes
Mike talked about a whole new reason to distrust Big Pharma: eye drops. Callers discussed the recent NFL owners meeting and continued National Anthem protests prior to NFL games, and Colin Kaepernick’s new lawsuit. Mike also shared what he believes is a perfect solution for the whole thing.
Wednesday, October 18th
Speeding Cameras a Money Grab by the State
Mike Pintek talks about a bill under consideration to place speeding cameras on Pennsylvania roadways.
NFL Protest Reactions Continue
Mike Pintek talks to callers about the ongoing controversy surrounding NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem.
Mike talked about Pittsburgh Councilwoman for District 4 Natalia Rudiak has publicly disclosing her experiences of sexual assault and harassment as part of the #MeToo social media campaign to put a stop to such behavior.
Tuesday, October 17th
A Pre-Digested Pick-Me-Up
Mike Pintek talked coffee – a $55 cup of coffee to be exact. He won’t be trying it anytime soon but wonders if Pittsburgh would see more prices like that if Amazon builds its HQ2 here. And a new poll is out that says a majority of American women have experience sexual harassment in various forms.
Mike Pintek continued to talk to listeners about their experiences with sexual harassment and why men aren’t more included in the discussion of it. He also discussed the scandal surround Harvey Weinstein and the hypocrisy in Hollywood.
Don’t Slow Down in the Tunnels!
Mike continued the conversation on sexual harassment and the complicity of men and women. He also made sure he took some time to rave about the tunnels in Pittsburgh.
Monday, October 16th
NFL Backlash, Harvey Weinstein, and Opioids
During the final hour, Mike touched on the NFL backlash and on the Harvey Weinstein scandal. But for most of the hour he talked with his listeners even more about the Opioid Epidemic.
During the second hour Mike talked all about the Opioid Epidemic with his listeners.
Opioid Epidemic with Dr. Neil Capretto
During the first hour Mike Pintek had Dr. Neil Capretto, the Medical DIrector at Gateway Rehab on to talk about the Opioid Epidemic
Friday, October 13th
The Haves & Have-Nots
Rob Pratte continues the discussion on decertifying the Iran Nuclear Deal. He also talks about the deep divisions in America, political and economic.
Trump Handling “the Very Real Threat of Iran’s Nuclear Breakout”
Rob Pratte continued to discuss healthcare with callers as he updated listeners on President Trump’s speech regarding the U.S. plan regarding the Iran Nuclear Deal.
President Trump’s Healthcare Action
Rob Pratte filled in for Mike Pintek. After reminiscing a bit, he spoke briefly with KDKA-TV Money & Politics Editor Jon Delano about President Trump’s tax reform proposal and executive order on health care. They also touched on disaster relief for Puerto Rico. Rob then heard from listeners about healthcare and the Affordable Care Act.
Thursday, October 12th
Toilet Paper Flowers
During the final hour of the show, Mike Pintek talked with his listeners about boys and girl scouts and some of the pros and cons of girls joining the boy scouts.
Girl Boy Scouts
During the second hour, Mike Pintek talked with his listeners about the announcement by the Boy Scouts of America saying they will allow girls to begin joining the Cub Scouts.
First Las Vegas Shooting Lawsuit
During the first hour Mike Pintek talks about the Las Vegas Shooting and the first lawsuit filed against MGM Grand and Mandalay Bay Hotel. What took so long?
Wednesday, October 11th
Former Congressman, Jason Altmire
Mike talked with Jason Altmire the former Congressman and Author of the book, "Dead Center, How Political Polarization Divided America, and What We Can Do About It." They called about Altmire's book and Political Polarization.
Las Vegas Shooting Timeline Changes
During the second hour Mike talked about the Las Vegas shooting and the possibilty of another shooter.
Tuesday, October 10th
Harrassment & Hypocrisy
Mike Pintek talked about the sexual harassment controversy surrounding Harvey Weinstein that Hollywood hypocrites have reportedly been covering up for years.
Land of the Free
Mike continued to take calls on NFL players protesting during the National Anthem and the politicization of everything. He also discussed local government, and gun control.
National Anthem Protests
Mike Pintek learned a great way to skip on his next restaurant bill. He also talked to listeners about the continued National Anthem protests at NFL games. Vice President Mike Pence walked out of a game on Sunday after players kneeled and a boycott of NFL games on Veterans Day weekend is being proposed.
Monday, October 9th
The Threats We Face
Chris Moore continued to talk to listeners about “sundown towns” and unlearning whitewashed history. He also discussed whether or not North Korea is the biggest threat we face.
James Loewen – True History
Chris Moore took calls about the history of Columbus/Indigenous Peoples Day. Author
then joined Chris Moore to discuss his works including
The Lies My Teacher Told Me
and gave insight into the false history taught in American schools. He also touched on problematic monuments and “sundown towns” throughout the country.
David Swanson – The Lies of War
Chris Moore filled in for Mike Pintek on a damp Columbus/Indigenous Peoples Day. He spoke to activist, journalist, radio host and author of
War is a Lie
about what Americans are told about war and what the truth really is.
Friday, October 6th
Dr. Terry Madonna – Partisanship and Polarization
Rob Pratte talked to Director of the Center for Politics and Public Affairs at Franklin and Marshall College Dr. Terry Madonna about Congressman Tim Murphy’s decision to resign. Dr. Madonna described the differences between politics past and present and why anyone would want to be in politics. He says politicians need to be “squeaky clean” now and the rift between Democrats and Republicans is deeper than ever.
Rob Pratte and Bill Green: Week in Review
Rob Pratte filled in for Mike Pintek and spoke with KDKA Radio Political Analyst Bill Green about this week’s surprising headlines. Bill Green reacted to Rep. Rim Murphy’s resignation and explained the process for a special election. They also discussed President Trump’s recent comments to military leaders, and the impact of media on politics and journalism.
Change those Headlines
Rob Pratte talked to callers about the Trump Administration, the Second Amendment and military veterans. He also discussed the implications of losing respect for law enforcement and the importance of job creation.
Thursday, October 5th
Speaker Mike Turzai Responds to “Completely Disengaged” Governor Tom Wolf
Speaker of the PA House of Representatives Mike Turzai (R-28) joined Mike Pintek to discuss the continuing budget impasse and Governor Tom Wolf’s most recent accusations blaming state GOP leaders for the months-long standoff in Harrisburg. Speaker Turzai believes the House GOP funding plan is the guidepost for finding a solution and says “the governor’s a phony.” Mike then talked to listeners about marijuana and ventriloquism.
Nameless in Vegas
Mike Pintek and Rose Ryan-Douglas discussed the latest information on the Las Vegas mass shooting, including some “jaw-dropping” information released in Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo’s most recent press conference. They both still think the girlfriend knows more than she says and apparently there may in fact be a second woman. Mike also read an open letter to the media that underscores his refusal to name mass shooters on-air.
Why People Hate Politicians
KDKA Radio Political Analyst Bill Green joined Mike Pintek to discuss Rep. Tim Murphy’s decision to retire at the end of his term; the news came after he met with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. Bill Green was surprised by the speed at which the decision came but believes Re. Murphy’s retirement was only a few terms away and that the party did not want to spend the money and time defending him. Callers also joined the conversation on hypocrisy and betrayal.
Wednesday, October 4th
Las Vegas Massacre Investigation: The Latest
Mike Pintek talks about the new details learned today surrounding the investigation into the massacre in Las Vegas that took place late Sunday. The shooter's girlfriend is now being questioned in connection with the investigation but police stopped short of associating her with the crime itself.
Ask The Judge: October 4, 2017
Judge Bob Dzvonick joins Mike Pitnek for an October edition of "Ask the Judge." Judge Dzvonick talked about the Vegas Shooting investigation and the gun control debate and answered questions about tickets and the new registrration system in Pennsylvania.
Bill Green on Rep. Tim Murphy’s Newest Scandal
KDKA Radio's Political Analyst Bill Green joined Mike Pintek to react to the story the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette broke yesterday regarding text massages that claim pro-life Congressman Tim Murphy asked his mistress to have an abortion.
Tuesday, October 3rd
Is Tom Petty Still Dead?
Rose explained Monday’s confusion surrounding Tom Petty’s cardiac arrest. Mike continued to take calls on the gun control debate and the conspiracy theories that come along with mass shootings. And listeners learned a little more on what the Vegas shooter used to modify at least one gun to carry out his attack.
The Dangers of a Free Society
Mike talked about celebrity hypocrisy and political buffoonery, took more calls on the politicization of everything, and admitted he likes the Patriots.
More on the Massacre at Mandalay Bay
Mike Pintek talked more about Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas and gave more information about the shooter and his methods for carrying out the massacre. Mike is a proponent for the 2nd Amendment but doesn’t understand why civilians need certain modifications for their firearms.
Monday, October 2nd
Kim Stolfer on Gun Laws and the Las Vegas Massacre
Firearm Owners Against Crime (FOAC)
Kim Stolfer joined Mike Pintek to discuss the massacre in Las Vegas. Mr. Stolfer explained why he believes this attack had to have been planned and why it is inappropriate for public officials to politicize such tragedies to further their agendas. He reminded listeners that “the basic freedoms of Americans aren’t predicated on what anybody else does, no matter how heinous it is.” Mike also took calls on National Anthem protests in the NFL.
The Biggest Question Is "Why?"
Mike continues to talk about the Mandalay Bay Massacre, trying to clear up confusion regarding associates of the shooter. Liberals are already calling for more gun control laws and others want stricter security in hotels and casinos, which Mike doesn’t think is reasonable.
Violence in Vegas
Mike Pintek’s back from vacation. He talked about what all of America is talking about: the most violent mass shooting in American history. A man firing from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino killed at least 58 and injured 515 people attending a country music festival.
Friday, September 29th
Stoney continued to talk to callers about foreign nationals sowing the seeds of doubt in new ways in America and some reflect back on the 2016 election.
“The Life You Save May Be Mine.”
Stoney talks to listeners about business regulations in America and President Trump’s proposed tax reform. He also shares a tale about the anniversary of James Dean’s death.
“Chaos of Misinformation”
Stoney Richards was in for Mike Pintek talking about his recent trip through Pennsylvania before turning to the more serious issue of foreign attacks on Americans. These attacks seem to be more and more inconspicuous and devious like Russian Facebook ads and Cuban health attacks.
Thursday, September 28th
Paying the Price
Listeners continued to share their experiences during Vietnam and their thoughts on current conflicts.
Laurence M. Vance – The American Empire
Chris Moore filled in for Mike and spoke with Laurence M. Vance, an author whose essays examines the implications of militarism and Christianity in America. He talks to Chris about what he believes “real patriotism” and what we should learn from 9/11. He claims that “America is the Greatest Empire that ever existed,” but not in a good way.
What Is It Good For?
Chris Moore took more calls about the role of the government, healthcare and taxes. He also discussed the Vietnam Conflict and the PBS documentary about it with listeners.
Wednesday, September 27th
“No refuge could save the hireling and slave”
Chris Moore makes it about the Anthem, specifically the third verse. Callers continue to talk about National Anthem protests and Chris hopes the next generation does better.
Dr. Trita Parsi on the Iran Nuclear Deal
Chris Moore filled in for Mike Pintek and spoke with Dr. Trita Paris of the
National Iranian American Council
about the effectiveness of the Iran Nuclear Deal and President Trump’s comments regarding the “spirit” of it. Dr. Parsi says the deal is working and the situation should not be conflagrated with North Korea. Chris Moore even sang a little.
Give Peace A Chance
Chris continued to serenade listeners and touched on a couple of yesterday’s topics. He’s still awaiting the release of the JFK files and callers gave their opinions on the National Anthem.
Tuesday, September 26th
Lost Lives, Lost Documents
Chris Moore continued to talk about all sorts of strange things that occur within the government, including the loss of documents regarding JFK’s assassination ahead of their schedule release. He also talks about patriotism and military service.
Dane Wigington on Geoengineering
Chris Moore filled in for Mike and spoke to
lead researcher Dane Wigington about theories on geoengineering and the ability to control the climate. Dane answered questions from callers and urged listeners to look at the data for themselves.
Natural Disasters, National Anthem
Chris dropped in on President Trump’s joint press conference with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy. He also took calls about NFL players kneeling during the National Anthem.
Monday, September 25th
Listeners continue to talk to Stoney about National Anthem protests; even the Pentagon is chiming in. Stoney touches on the latest development in President Trump’s back and forth with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
More on National Anthem Protests
Stoney continues to allow listeners to air their grievances or show their support for the ongoing protests during the National Anthem at NFL games.
Feelings on Kneeling
Stoney Richards fills in for Mike Pintek after an interesting football Sunday. He takes calls about the increasing tensions surrounding National Anthem protests at NFL games after President Trump’s comments regarding kneeling players.
Friday, September 22nd
Dr. Charles Simkovich on Aaron Hernandez, CTE
Dr. Charles Simkovich of the
Simkovich Cranial Institute
gives insight into the brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and the new lawsuit against the NFL and the New England Patriots regarding Aaron Hernandez’s death. He says there is a definite correlation between concussions and CTE, but doctors need a way to diagnose and treat the disease.
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