Mike Henry, the Senior Vice President of Residential Lending at Dollar Bank, knows about residential lending.
Matt Pitzarella joined Robert Mangino to host the Marcellus Shale Hour, the topic of discussion was jobs and Marcellus Shale has them available.
Dr. Pifer was joined by doctors Thomas Julian, William Poller and Mark Trombetta to discuss breast cancer prevention and treatment.
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.
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.
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 candidates for the mayor of Pittsburgh had a debate Wednesday night and Doug Saltzman talked to Robert Mangino about it.
Dr. Pifer hosted Medical Frontiers and talked to West Penn Allegheny Health System Vascular Surgeon Dr. Carlos Rosales to talk about vascular surgery.
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.
On this edition of Medical Frontiers Dr. Pifer is joined by Dr. Fredric Price, an expert in gynecologic oncology.
Pittsburgh’s own Kiersten Kelly is becoming a YouTube star seemingly overnight. Kelly joined KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA to talk about her video, her birth defect and her anti-bullying campaign.
Struggling to pay bills or budget your money, maybe you feel that you have plenty to spare. The problem is, you and your spouse cannot decide what to spend it on.