KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talked to Congressman Tim Murphy tonight about the announcement that came today from the Defense Department, discussing their intent to close the 911th Airlift Wing in Moon Township.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek was joined on the show today by U.S. Congressman Tim Murphy. The topic was “Obamacare” versus the Church.
All incumbent politicians send out newsletters to their constituents at the taxpayer’s expense. Now, a Republican challenger to a local incumbent calls a recent year-end review a thinly-veiled campaign mailing.
Congressman Tim Murphy could be facing his toughest challenge since he was first elected 10 years ago. Washington County Commissioner Larry Maggi, a Democrat, said he’ll challenge the incumbent Republican this year.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino is joined by U.S. Congressman Tim Murphy and U.S. Senator Bob Casey.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to Congressmen Jason Altmire and Tim Muprhy about the payroll tax cut extension impasse.
NewsRadio 1020 KDKA’s Mike Pintek talks with U.S. Congressman Tim Murphy, R-18th District, during the KDKA Drive to Save Lives at the Mall at Robinson, located in Murphy’s home district.
His name is hardly a household one yet, but Republican Evan Feinberg intends to make history next spring. His goal? Defeating long-time Congressman Tim Murphy in the April Republican primary.
Due to a population loss reported in the 2010 Census, Pennsylvania is losing one of its 19 members of Congress.
Kids around the area will be heading back to school before we know it. One local company is hard at work to make sure all children have backpacks for their books.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert and John Shumway talk to Congressmen Jason Altmire (D) and Tim Murphy (R) about the debt ceiling deal.
After months of contentious debate, President Obama and Congressional leaders announced the historic agreement to raise the debt ceiling and pull the nation back from the brink of financial default; but is the new deal bad for Pennsylvania and other states?
As the debt debate continues in Congress, some local voters took their concerns to the streets protesting outside one congressman’s office.
Local members of Congress disagree on how important it is to raise the debt ceiling by August 2.
You have likely seen lower prices around the area as the wholesale cost of gasoline has dropped significantly in the past week. Despite the lower prices, they are still far from affordable and many people say they have had to make changes in their personal lives because of pain at the pump.