Robert Mangino has hosted weeknights on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA since Feb. 15, 2010 moving to the 7-11pm shift in September of 2012. Previously, KDKA listeners knew him from guest-hosting on Saturday nights, for Fred Honsberger and weeknights before Mike Pintek came back where he belongs. Robert brings a fresh perspective to KDKA. No talking points from the left or right, just one man’s perspective on the news that impacts us all — along with an open and honest (sometimes painful) look at life.
Robert lives in New Castle and has a teenage daughter Rachel.
Mangino and Jankowski talked about how people put their kids first and the kids are learning to be selfish and put nothing above their own needs
Find out what is so super about the supermoon and the best ways to view it.
Science and technology degrees are the highest paying jobs for students out of college. Find out how you can get your kids interested in the STEM fields.
Medical marijuana legalization is working its way through the Senate. Hear how it could help local families who have children suffering from diseases such as seizures.
School resource officers are in high demand. Is it really necessary or is it an over reaction to recent tragedies?
Bishop David Zubik reacts to the Pope’s homily today asking forgiveness from sexual abuse victims.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino broadcasted live from the Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show with Mark Landman to share some home painting stories.
Documentarian John Ziegler joined Robert Mangino to discuss Penn State and the Jerry Sandusky case, particularly the credibility of Mike McQueary.
Many American’s are confused on what they need to do by Jan. 1 for Obamacare, Mangino has brought experts to help for this edition of Pittsburgh Works!
The Dollar Bank Mortgage Hour talks reverse mortgages.
President Obama met with top lawmakers Wednesday on what many hoped to be the end of a two-day government shutdown.
Mike Henry and Janet Darcangelo of Dollar Bank joined host Robert Mangino on this edition of the Dollar Bank Mortgage Hour
As mortgage rates go up, employee numbers are going down.
A new bill introduced by State Sen. Daylin Leach could impose a two cent tax on each new plastic bag used by grocery shoppers statewide.
Dr. Gerald Pifer talked to electrophysiologist Dr. Kenneth Judson on a heart health edition of Medical Frontiers.