Robert Mangino hosts the KDKA Afternoon News, weekdays from 3-7 pm. Previously, he hosted weeknights on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA since Feb. 15, 2010 moving to the 7-11pm shift in September of 2012. KDKA listeners also 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.
The Vice President joined the KDKA Afternoon News to comment on President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement.
The terror attack in Manchester, England, is the latest example of terrorists going after a “target of opportunity.”
Allegheny County Controller Chelsa Wagner says real work must begin to address Pittsburgh’s lead problem. This comes after Mayor Peduto’s announcement that the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority would be restructured.
Tom Corbett weighs in on the Supreme Court Justice nomination process and current cases they had.
Robert “Kool” Bell joining the Afternoon News after his sound check at the 2015 Celebrity Care Fest.
Jurassic World versus the Jurassic Period – facts and entertainment value of the movie franchise.
The Jeep Girls are traveling the country in search of the American Dream.
Stroke survivor biking across the country raising money and awareness.
Love Biologist Dawn Maslar breaks down the science of love and attraction.
Hines Ward shares his experiences on Celebrity Wife Swap.
Hines Ward talks about his Positive Athlete Awards and voices his opinion on the Tom Brady punishment in his “deflategate” role.
Have a bad habit of procrastinating? Find out how you can use it to your benefit.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio1020 KDKA) – American Idol Season 10 Winner and “See You Tonight” singer, Scotty McCreery, is doing what he can to help give cancer the boot. The American Cancer Society works very hard to […]
Six-time Emmy Award winner and one of the stars of CBS’s hit sitcom “Mom,” Allison Janney joined Robert Mangino and Shelley Duffy on the Afternoon News.
Pittsburgh has plenty of one way streets a new study shows their dangers and it’s not why you may think.