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.
Mike Henry and Maria Chick of Dollar Bank say many things people believe about mortgages, credit scores and finances are not true.
Dr. Gerald Pifer hosted Medical Frontiers and was joined by sports and emergency medicine expert Dr. Moira Davenport to discuss sports related injuries and prevention.
Dormont native Daren Miller’s goal is to help others swim ocean channels.
A McKeesport gun shop’s contest to give away an AR-15 was shut down by Facebook, which claimed it violated their code of conduct.
Robert Mangino and Matt Pitzarella host the Range Resources Marcellus Shale hour, they are joined by President of the Copenhagen Consensus Center and author Bjorn Lomborg.
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.
This week’s edition of Medical Frontiers focuses on Arthroscopic Hip and Shoulder Surgery.
The candidates for the mayor of Pittsburgh had a debate Wednesday night and Doug Saltzman talked to Robert Mangino about it.
Matt Pitzarella joined Rob Mangino in studio once again on this edition of The Marcellus Shale Hour.
Dr. Pifer hosted Medical Frontiers and talked to West Penn Allegheny Health System Vascular Surgeon Dr. Carlos Rosales to talk about vascular surgery.
KDKA’s Robert Mangino and Dr. Gerald Pifer welcomed two doctors from the West Penn Allegheny Health System to discuss epilepsy causes and treatment options.
Matt Pitzarella is back in studio with Robert Mangino for the Marcellus Shale Hour, and on this edition it’s not all about gas.
Bill Neal, the founder and creator of Champion Enterprises, has been selected as a Hometown Hero.
Sgt. Patrick Manning has been with the Penn Hills Police Department for 26 years, and for the past 15 years he has driven past an old forgotten baseball field.