Heard On NEWSRADIO 1020 KDKA
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Jake Shimabukuro, world-famous ukulele player, about his new album and how he is bringing his little instrument to the world stage.
KDKA’s Rob Pratte tried to understand the chaos in Boston with a panel of experts on his show. From a former CSI investigator, to an attorney, Rob examined the various aspects of the crime and trial to follow.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to The Education Partnership about the growing need for school supplies and how you can help.
In the haste of rushing to publish the breaking news first, many media outlets neglected to check and double check their information, causing even more confusion. So what’s right, to be first, or to be factual?
Local marathon runners Kevin Brozyna and Leyah Valgardson joined KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino in studio to discuss their trip and participation in the Boston Marathon.
Mike Henry and Randy Davis, of Dollar Bank, joined KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino in studio to discuss different types of mortgages.
The wife of former Kaufman County justice of the peace arrested in Texas murder case.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Dan D’Augistino about details for the new zip line he’s bringing to North Park.
Can where you live have an effect on if you have a child born with autism. The Center for disease control says that 1 out of 88 kids are affected with ASD (autism Spectrum Disorder) which is why The University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health and Dr. Evelyn Talbot are performing a study to find out if the environment and peoples surroundings is a precursor to Autism.
The March of Dimes is celebrating 75 years. Check out March of Dimes moments in history here, find out more information on the March for Babies and get the latest information from the March of Dimes
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge about the Boston Marathon bombings.
John Rasmus hold a doctorate in political economy and is the author of “The War At Home” and he joined Chris Moore to talk about America’s financial issues.
Chris Moore was joined by Linda Three Crows Meadowcroft, Edie Ehlert, Wanda Guthrie, and Melinda Troutman to talk about the negative effects of fracking on Sunday.
Chris Moore was joined by the Professor and Chair of Environmental Health Sciences at UCLA and former CDC Atlanta employee Richard Joseph Jackson on Sunday.
Rob Pratte is an opera connoisseur, and he was joined by Yvonne Hudson and Mildred Miller Posvar Sunday morning.
Mike Pintek wraps up the 2012-2013 school year with a visit to Butler High School on Thursday, May 2. Check out some of the pictures from the broadcast.
NewsRadio 1020 KDKA and KDKA-TV were at Walk MS on Sunday, April 23 at Point State Park. Check out some of the pictures from the event
Before the sun came out on Opening Day NewsRadio 1020 KDKA’s Rob Pratte broadcast live outside of PNC Park in rain, snow and eventually sunshine.
Check out some of our pictures from the KDKA Warmathon to benefit Dollar Energy Fund.
KDKA stopped by Family Skate Night at Schenley Park on January 10th. Check out our pictures as folks stopped by to spin the KDKA prize wheel!
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- AAA Talking Travel
- Amplify with Father Ron Lengwin
- Animal General
- Ask the Attorney
- Black & Gold Sundays
- Chris Moore
- Dr. Knowledge
- Get Well Naturally
- Handel on the Law
- Healthy Performance Hour
- KDKA Afternoon News
- KDKA Morning News
- Kuhn’s Cooking Hour
- Medical Frontiers
- Mike Pintek
- Overnight America with Jon Grayson
- Pittsburgh Works: Dealing With Divorce
- Robert Mangino
- The Inside Story with Marty Griffin
- The Jim Bohannon Show
- The Organic Gardeners
- True Value Home Improvement Hour
- Weekend Magazine with Rob Pratte
- Your Money & You