KDKA Morning News
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Steelers fans always expect their team to win. Winning is something their used to. Fans of the black and gold are also known for their generosity and now Steeler fans have an opportunity to win and fight hunger at the same time
Former Steelers linebacker, Andy Russell, joined the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about the Kick Hunger Challenge, an annual fundraiser online that raises money for those in need of food.
You would never think that anyone would ever consider eating a cat or dog in this country. Surprisingly, it is legal in Pennsylvania and only in this state.
Everyday, McGuire Memorial in New Brighton helps those in need. Their mission is to serve children and adults who have severe physical and intellectual disabilities, including those on the autism spectrum.
Every Friday at 8 a.m. Jim Krenn will join Larry Richert and John Shumway the newest edition to the KDKA Morning News.
Two young boys were on the way to what most likely would have been an awful life but now thanks to one Pittsburgh Police detective they have a new home.
Detective Jack Mook, who is a bachelor, joined the KDKA Morning News with larry Richert and John shumway to talk about adopting 11 year-old Jesse and 15 year-old Josh, how they changed his life, and the difficulties he had along the way.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Sid Bream is a Pirate alum and he was loved during his time with the Pirates. Then, he became an Atlanta Brave and in 1992 and scored the game winning run for the Braves sending them to the World Series and the Pirates into 20 years of losing seasons. Whether Bream was really safe or out has been debated for over 20 years.
Retired Army Colonel and CBS News Military Analyst Jeff McCausland Joined the “KDKA Morning News” with Larry Richert and John Shumway to discuss what action the United States is taking to support those fighting the Islamic State.
Pittsburgh’s own Jim Krenn is joining the “KDKA Morning News” with Larry Richert and John Shumway.
PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – Rick Applegate from Cantor Fitzgerald Wealth Partners gives his Moneytalk report with Larry and John every morning and 13 years ago the company was hit with a devastating loss.
Cantor Fitzgerald occupied offices at the top of the World Trade Center and on September 11th 2001 the company lost 658 employees during the attacks.
Edie Lutnick who lost her brother Gary on September 11th is the co-founder and president of the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund.
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U.S. military forces attacked the extremist al-Shabab network in Somalia Monday, the Pentagon said, and a witness described ground-shaking explosions in a strike that reportedly targeted the group’s leader.
More and more students are taking their smartphones and tablets to school these days. It’s something that is hard to avoid so some school districts are embracing it by using technology to enhance lessons.
One school district doing just that is West Jefferson Hills and their technology director Suhail Baloch joined The KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about how they do it.
The cost of just about everything seems to be on the rise. If you are bringing a teen on to your car insurance policy you may be left in shock when you see how high your rates rise but there are ways to reduce the cost.
Jennifer Johnsen-Nazareth, owner of Johnsen Insurance and Financial Service Inc. joined the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to share some tips on how you can save money.
Before Larry and John and even before John Cigna and the K Team there was Jack Bogut, a friendly voice KDKA Listeners woke up to for 15 years. Bogut, a radio hall of famer and a staple in Pittsburgh radio since 1968 visited the KDKA Morning News for the first time in 32 years.
Bogut spent the morning with Larry reminiscing about his days at KDKA as well as talking about creating the Farkleberry cookie, the Kinotata song, and other classics.
Over the past decade, funding from the state for Allegheny County’s crime lab in the Strip District has dwindled from $7.5 million to nothing.