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Director of Communications and External Relations of National School Choice Week​, Shelby Doyle tells Larry and John how to vote for National School Choice Week. It is a way for parents to figure out what school they want to send their kids to.
Associate Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Allegheny Health Networks West Penn Hospital Dr. Gretchen Krimmel tells Larry and John about the new NICU. She explains all of the advancements at the NICU when it comes to giving birth.
CBS Sunday Morning Correspondent ​Mo Rocca tells Larry and John about his new book and podcast, Mobituaries. Mo's fascination with reading obituaries led him to write a book and start a podcast about it.
Get your update on everything you will need to know about Wall Street from Money Talk with Rick Applegate.
Movie critic John Mowod breaks down the Oscar Nominations and tells Larry and John who he thinks will win Best Picture.
Chance Thomas, a military veteran and transgender male joined Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell live in studio to talk about his background in the military and the Supreme Court ruling today to ban transgender men and women from serving in the Military.
Gary Van Horn with the Delta Foudation joined Wendy Bell and Marty Griffin live in the studio to talk about the Supreme Court deciding today to ban transgenders from the military. Gary Van Horn says it is jsut insane to ban these men and woman who want to openly serve and are willing to die for our country.…
Dr. Cliffton Callaway, the Vice-Chair of UPMC Emergency Medicine joined Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell to talk about the risks of older people, or those not in the best shape can face when shoveling snow during the winter months. There are over 100 deaths a year in result of shoveling snow.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Steelers Writer Ed Bouchette joins Larry and John to talk about the questionable playoff calls this weekend. He tells listeners what he thinks should be done to fix the problem. They also discuss Antonio Browns future with the Steelers.
Governor of Pennsylvania Tom Wolf tells Larry and John about overhauling property taxes and how he plans to make it more manageable. He also explains how the government shutdown is affecting residents in Pennsylvania.
Get your update on everything you will need to know about Wall Street from Money Talk with Rick Applegate.
Gadget guru Dr. Frank Viggiano tells Larry and John about some of the products he brought back from the Consumer Electronic Show.
Actress Jane Seymour tells Larry and John about her new Open Heart statue in Bradenton that was unveiled last week. The seven foot sculpture symbolizes love without boundaries. She will be designing one for Pittsburgh.
Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell talked with Chad Quinn the CEO of the Dollar Enegy Fund to talk about what the Dollar Energy Fund is and how one can donate to help. Chad Quinn says to go to dollarenergy.org to donate or check out the pull down for warmth event Thursday and Friday this week in Market Square from 7am-3pm; you can donate on site.…
KDKA Radio Host Lynne Hayes-Freeland tells Larry and John about her trip to South Carolina with members of the New Light Congregation of Pittsburgh. She explains what they have been doing on their trip to end violence against hate.
Lt. Shawn Simeral with the U.S. Coast Guard tells listeners that all twelve barges have been corralled in the Monongahela River.
West Penn Power's Todd Meyers tells Larry and John how his company prepares for a possible power outage.
Lt. Shawn Simeral with the U.S. Coast Guard tells Larry and John that the main bridges in Pittsburgh are closed due to loose barges floating on the Monongahela River. The bridges are closed to make sure the barges didn't do any damage to the bridges.
The winter storm hit Pittsburgh this weekend. Doug and Jess talk about how it's best to stay inside and advise gardners to leave the snow alone on their plants. Doug told Jess about the amazel basil that will be available this spring. They talk to callers about replanting Christmas trees and fungs on blue spruce trees.…
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Traci Weatherford-Brown the Foodbank chief Advancement Officer joined Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell to talk about how the Foodbank is helping local federal workers who are being affected by the ongoing government shutdown.
CBS News Correspondent Bill Rehkopf joined Wendy Bell and Marty Griffin to talk about the ongoing government shutdown, President Trump and Nancy Pelosi canceling her trip to Afghanistan.
Bill Reese President of the local TSA union joins Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell to talk about the on going government shutdown is affecting TSA workers.
Meteorologist at AccuWeather Elliot Abrams tells KDKA Radio what to expect this weekend.
VP of Sales, Marketing and Merchandise at IMG​, Chris Ciaccio tells Larry and John about all of the amenities at IMG Academy. He explains how many kids are enrolled and what they specialize in.
Pirates Broadcaster Steve Blass reflects on his time with the Pirates and in Bradenton.
Aries makes Larry and John laugh by doing impersonations of Shaquille O'Neal and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Promotor Rich Engler tells Larry and John about his 50 years of celebrity promoting.
Movie critic John Mowod tells Larry and John about the movie, Glass.
Executive Director at the Convention and Visitors Bureau of Bradenton, Elliot Falcione tells Larry and John about all of the events that are taking place in Bradenton this weekend.
Former Priest Rob Ciolek joined Wendy Bell and Marty Griffin to talk about the Catholic Diocese sex abuse as well as the fall of Cardinal Donald Wuerl and how there were things he knew that he said he didn't.
Kidsburgh's Kristine Sorensen joined Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell to talk about what you can do with your children on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Visit Kidsburgh.org for a list of 10 things to do on MLK day!
Veterinarian and owner of the Animal General in Cranberry tells Larry and John how to lower a dogs blood pressure, why anesthesia isn't good for dogs, and whether or not cranberry juice is good for dogs.
Pittsburgh RV Show Producer Rob Young joined Larry and John to tell them what they can expect at the 2019 Pittsburgh RV Show. They talk about the history of RV's and how expensive they can be.
Get your update on everything you will need to know about Wall Street from Money Talk with Rick Applegate.
Elliot tells Larry and John that it will snow an inch or two this afternoon and into the evening. He is also expecting a foot of snow over the weekend.
PennDOT District 11 Executive, Cheryl Moon-Sirianni tells Larry and John how PennDOT is preparing for the snow this weekend.
Marty and Wendy talk with Jimmy Woods, the owner of Mission Mahi in Cranberry. Jimmy had a serious addiction that gave him the choice of rehab or jail. After being hit by a car Jimmy fought through the pain of withdrawl to open a the restuarant and food truck Mission Mahi. Jimmy hires other in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction to help th ...…
Marty and Wendy talk to Dr David Brent who is the director of the STAR Center. They asked why rates are on the rise in the U.S. and Dr. Brent said that the opioid problem has caused the rise as well as the avaliability to firearms.
Marty and Wendy talk to Attorney Alan Perer who is dealing with victims of the catholic sex scandal. Alan says he has over 40 victims and believes that Wuerl shouldn't be allowed to receive a pension. Marty took it a step further to say that he should be indicted.
TSA union president Bill Reese joins Marty and Wendy to talk about how TSA agent are dealing with the shutdown that has them going into their second pay period of the shutdown. He says he is just trying to keep their people going with the resources that they have access.
Pirates Broadcaster Steve Blass tells Larry that that this will be his final season as the Pirates color commentator. He explains why he is making this decision and why he announced it this early.
Psychologist Christian Conte tells Larry how a person can escape the "winter blues." He explains how a person can exercise their mind to break away from seasonal depression.
Internal Medicine Specialist at Greentree Medical Associates​, Dr. Jennifer Preiss tells Larry that the flu has not been as bad this year as it has been in previous years. However, she tells listeners that February is usually one of the worst months for it. They also discuss other illness' that are going around right now.…
Get your update on everything you will need to know about Wall Street from Money Talk with Rick Applegate.
Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald joins Larry to talk about yesterday's announcement about the closing of Bayer in Robinson. He explains why the location is shutting down and what it means for the area.
Marty tells Larry what its like to be cancer free. They discuss what was going through his head as he received a pet scan on Monday and he explains how emotional it was.
Bob Garvin a retired Police Officer and Private Investigator joined Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell to talk about the kidnapping of 13-year-old Jayme Closs from Wisconsin and murder of her parents and how almost 88 days later she escaped and was found and brought home to her family on January 10th.
District Attorney Steve Zappala joined Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell to talk about the letter he send to Pittsburgh's City Council about the gun control legislation that is under consideration. DA Zappala says the three bills are unconstitutonal, and could allow criminal complaints to be filed against council members who vote to adopt the measures.…
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