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Probe: Pandemic jobless pay went to Pennsylvania inmates

Robert Pratt

00:43 sec | Last month

Probe: Pandemic jobless pay went to Pennsylvania inmates

"Federal and state prosecutors are charging 33 people, including 19 prison and jail inmates with conspiring to steal millions of dollars from the Pennsylvania unemployment compensation system. Katie radios Jody CEO has the story. The inmates got help from people on the outside to file a fraudulent claims. With the Pandemic Unemployment assistance program. US Attorney Scott Brady says they have the names of some 10,000 inmates who received at least $10,000 each when we're talking about the scope of fraud statewide Even at our floor we're talking about over $100 million in fraud. Pennsylvania Attorney General John Shapiro says there will be more charges to

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Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto 'Livid' About Protester Arrest

Robert Pratt

00:46 sec | Last month

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto 'Livid' About Protester Arrest

"Peduto says he was livid after seeing online video of a Pittsburgh police arrested during a protest march Saturday. And will not allow those tactics to be used again during a peaceful protest. Here's Katie Radios Jody Steal. The mayor's statement follows harsh criticism earlier in the day for March organizer is called black, Young and educated. We don't want a statement. We don't want to tweet. We want change. We want justice. We want peace. We want accountability for the crimes committed from the Bureau of Police of Pittsburgh. One of the protestors, acting is a martial 25 year old Michael Carter here was arrested by plainclothes officers in an unmarked van police say was blocking traffic and creating a hazard. They say the idea was to make a low visibility arrest that everybody ended up seeing.

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Conor Lamb gets 2020 challenger touted by Trump

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Conor Lamb gets 2020 challenger touted by Trump

"A fox news contributor says he will challenge congressman Connor lamb in the next election Katie Katie radios Paul Rasmussen with details Republican Sean Parnell confirms what president trump announced last week here in Pittsburgh he's running for Congress in Pennsylvania's seventeenth district that seat is held by Conor lamb a Democrat who beat third term incumbent key for office last year arnelle is an army combat veteran who served in Afghanistan and wrote a book about it lamb is a former marine in federal

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Newly released letters shine light on McCarrick abuse allegations

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Newly released letters shine light on McCarrick abuse allegations

"Newly released correspondence involving defrocked Washington DC cardinal Theodore McCarrick shows, the extent to which his successor cardinal, Donald world was aware of sex abuse allegations against McCarrick Katie radio's Joe steal report. What's the correspondence from two thousand eight to two thousand seventeen reveal McCarrick had been sanctioned under Pope Benedict and forbidden to travel world reportedly knew about the sanctions, but did not enforce them as cardinal McCarrick opposed a travel ban? And sudden move to a monastery writing, it would probably raise the red flag in the media wasn't until January of this year, that world who's also stepped down admitted he suffered a lapse of memory about allegations against McCarrick, the letters were revealed by mckarrick, former secretary Monsignor Anthony Figueredo to CBS

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Farmers financially hurt by US-China trade war

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Farmers financially hurt by US-China trade war

"Pennsylvania, farmers are being hurt by the growing trade war with China, says state agriculture secretary Russell writing, here's Katie radio's Joe DO as he toured an urban farm in Braddock reading says seventeen percent of Pennsylvania crops are exported most go to Canada, Mexico and China forty nine percent of the exports of hardwoods. Last year went to China forty-nine percent or so it is YouTube a billion three hundred million reading praise. The Braddock farm run by grow Pittsburgh, calling it a model for the farm Bill. He hopes to get through the legislature

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:14 min | 1 year ago

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"This is Katie radio. Mostly cloudy skies, sixty three Pittsburgh International nine o'clock. I'm Paul Rasmussen. Attorney general William bar. We'll skip a house committee hearing today. Call to review these special counsels, Russia report, escalating, a battle between Democrats and the Justice department. Here's the Mike Rossier? After spending Wednesday being grilled by Democrats on the Senate Judiciary committee, attorney general William bar informed. The House Judiciary panel he will not appear Thursday bars refusal stems from the panels insistence that he be questioned by committee lawyers as well as lawmakers Republican Representative Doug Collins blamed committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler for the impasse, chairman sabotage on here, but Nadler told reporters when push comes to shove the administration cannot dictate the terms of hearing in our hearing room Nadler also said he hopes to have special counsel, Robert Muller testify on may fifteenth. Mike rossier? Washington US Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado says he's joining the race for the twenty twenty. Democrat presidential nomination. The three term Senator made the announcement this morning on CBS this morning joining at least twenty other candidates. There's a twelve thousand dollar reward for information on a fatal hit and run in Penn hills last weekend with more on the search for answers in the death of Joseph Morris, here's Katie K ATV's. Lisa washington. Several calls of a pedestrian who was hit Sunday nights in front of four nineteen Hershey road. They say that Morris was dragged by the vehicle for more than a half mile. His family says this grief has been intents. I mean, he was the glue that held a chunk of our family together. Vehicle involved in Texas has secured some surveillance video but not enough of the to make them aware of the make and model. Anyone with information is asked to call one eight three three all tips. The son of a well-known. Pittsburgh attorney has been suspended from south at high school after getting into a fight with another student who allegedly used the racial slur lane. Joan. Says his son got into a fight in the cafeteria with a white student who put his hands on he son's head and called him. The N word Jones tells Katy k TV his son shouldn't fight, but they're supposed to protect my.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:49 min | 1 year ago

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"Right? This is Katie radio. It is forty degrees at seven o'clock at Pittsburgh International line, rose. Ryan douglas. A woman was dragged off the front porch of our homeland neighbor after a fire broke out. Just after one thirty on Lucy avenue in Carrick this afternoon. Another neighbor Rick septic tells Katie k ATV he saw the fire from his house two streets away ran to the scene and saw the woman rescued right before an explosive within thirty seconds to fishy. Just got cross what had happened to blow explosion explosion may have been caused by an oxygen tank. The woman's condition. This hour is unknown one firefighter at the scene suffered a hand injury. Homeland security is reassigning inspectors at ports of entry to help cope with an influx of migrants seeking asylum at the southern border CBS's Natalie brand reports land security secretary Kirsten Nielsen today ordered a border patrol search the redeployment of hundreds of customs and border protection officers to the border. She also wants to expand a policy of having asylum-seekers weighed in Mexico while their core. Cases play out. April is distracted driving awareness month. Katie KYW radio Shelby. Because says he says triple as asking drivers not to drive in texted, according to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration over thirty one hundred people died in an accident caused by distracted driving in 2017. Aaa jimgeraghty says while drunk driving numbers have gone down in recent years. Distracted driving numbers are headed in the opposite direction. We want people to think about distracted driving in the same way, they think about drunk driving because the consequences can be just as deadly research from AAA says drivers talking on a cell phone or up to four times as likely to crash than those who do not Shelby Cassese NewsRadio. Ten twenty Katy k with the closure of the hill district only grocery store last month. Residents are living.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is Katie radio. Seventy five degrees at five o'clock on rose. Ryan douglas. The Senate voted fifty nine forty one to approve a motion of resolution against President Trump's border wall. Emergency declaration, a dozen Republican senators joined Democrats in the fifty nine to forty one vote to terminate the president's national emergency declaration for border wall funding that resolution now goes to the White House where President Trump tweeted this afternoon. One word veto. It's not believed that congress has the votes to override the veto. So the next challenge for the measure could likely be the courts Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill, Pennsylvania Senator Bob, Casey. And Pat Toomey voted against the emergency declaration lawmakers had a lot of questions today for Pentagon officials about how they plan to pay for a military mission at the southern border acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan told Senator Angus king. He hasn't drawn up a list of which military projects could be threatened to pay for the border mission sorta that's correct. Why is that correct? You've had a month. I find it very hard to believe that there's not a list Shanahan. Said it's because he hasn't received a full request for assistance from the department of homeland security Senator Jack Reed demanded at least a broad list of what could be in danger. I would like that lift today mister secretary Cami McCormick CBS news. The Pentagon a man was stabbed and kidnap this afternoon near Wilmington road and west Kenneth avenue in this Shannon township Lawrence county, Katie ATV reporting twenty year old white male was walking on Kenneth avenue when a male drag him into a vehicle drove him north on Wilmington road, the victims stabbed multiple times while in the vehicle with the driver pulled the car over the victim jumped out and ran police were called to the scene. The man was taken to U P M C Jamison for treatment, his condition this hour, unknown. A lawsuit filed today against a teacher Saint Bernard school and the Roman Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh after the alleged victim who is now an adult says he was sexually assaulted while. He was a student at Saint Bernard elementary school, the teacher had been identified as John Doe in the suit and would tutored the victim in an empty unsupervised classroom after school the abuse alleged. Happened on at least five separate occasions. Local educators are supporting a plan from governor wolf to expand age limits that students are legally required to be in school. Here's Katie KYW radio's Joe DO Pennsylvania in Washington. The only states that require children be in school by age eight the governor's proposal would mandate attempts from eight six till eighteen rather than eight to seventeen now Pittsburgh federation of teachers union president Nina Esposito, vis ghitis tells Katie k radio only a very few parents have waited until age ain't, but I tell you in those few instances, it was heartbreaking for the kids and the teachers this work superintendent Anthony Hamlett says requiring school until age eighteen would reduce the number of dropouts Joe DiMaggio..

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:21 min | 1 year ago

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"From the studio. This is Katie radio. Fifty nine degrees at five o'clock. I rose Ryan Douglas, the FAA issues and emergency order, grounding, all Boeing seven thirty-seven, max eight and max nine aircraft CBS's Kris van cleave. Reads, a statement from the FAA the agency made this decision as a result of the data gathering process and new evidence collected at the site and analyzed today this evidence together with newly refined satellite data available to FAA this morning led to this decision. The grounding will remain in effect pending further investigation. President Trump's former campaign chair has been hit with another three and a half years in prison. Paul Manafort received his sentence, and then was hit nearly simultaneously with a new indictment in New York on a fresh set of charges. CBS's? Paula Reed tells us these are outside the reach of a potential presidential pardon. That is a message to the president here at the White House saying look Manafort is now expected to spend about seven and a half years in jail. But if he receives a presidential pardon. It's clear the Manhattan DA. Is sending a message that there is another case waiting to put a Manafort behind bars the jury in the Michael Ross homicide trial. Looks a lot like the population of the Pittsburgh area. Katie KYW radio's Joe DO reports. Jury selection was completed this morning the final three jurors and four alternates were picked this morning overall. The juries divided equally between men and women three of twelve. Jurors are black the mother of shooting victim Antoine roses called for calm and no protests during the trial Duquesne university law. Professor John radio says that would be a good thing. You don't want that during a trial? I think that'd be disruptive for the jury. They don't need to hear that jurors will be bustier Monday for opening arguments. Tuesday. Estimates are for a seven-day trial. Joe steal NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie. K the case against the Penn hills man accused of supplying fatal drugs will head to court. Twenty four year old Christopher Napper is accused of providing the heroin, and Fenton know that led to Forty-one-year-old Douglas Shirish fatal overdose. In August Napper's in the west moorland county prison without bond until the trial facing four charges including drug. Delivery resulting in death. Verizon customers in the area. Maybe experiencing problems due to a regional outage impacting, landlines allegany county. Officials say the line serving nine one one operations are not affected, but customers may have trouble using landlines if so resident should call nine one one via cellphone officials are working with Verizon on the issue. Facebook says it's aware of outages on its platforms including Facebook, messenger and Instagram and is working to resolve the issue. The outages started around noon today in parts of the US parts of Europe. And elsewhere some user saw message that said Facebook was down for required maintenance Facebook did not say what was causing the outages. British lawmakers today voted against leaving the European Union without an agreement in place with the EU. The vote comes one day after rejecting the agreement negotiated by the EU and Prime Minister Theresa may in London CBS's. Vicki Barker reports on the latest Brexit complications in motion charged session. British lawmakers have narrowly rejected crashing out of Europe without a deal ever. Even if the March twenty ninth deadline is. Extended lawmakers narrowly approving much tougher terms and Prime Minister Theresa may had wanted on Wall Street Hefferin, Tillerson says the Dow closed up one hundred forty eight points today Landy twenty five thousand seven zero two the NASDAQ was up fifty to the SNP up nineteen.

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‘Zombie deer' disease found in 24 states, could spread to humans

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

‘Zombie deer' disease found in 24 states, could spread to humans

"Events. There are growing concerns that a disease on the rise among Pennsylvania's deer population could one day spread to humans. Here's Katie radios. Joe DO, it's called chronic wasting disease symptoms among deer and similar animals include weight loss stumbling zombie like stare while. The number of cases is increasing among dear the game commissions, Courtney collie says to date there have been no reported cases of chronic wasting disease infecting humans, but mad cow disease is similar and has now spread to humans health officials warn deer meat should be tested before consumption. If there's any hint of

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"This is Katie radio. Thirty seven degrees at six thirty. Good morning. I'm Joe steel flooding a concern in several areas of the region this hour, all the rain. Of course, the melting ice on the rivers combined for some high water flood warning posted for Westmoreland, Washington, Greene, Fayette counties. There's road flooding in parts of Brownsville and German township in Fayette to the north Armstrong county, Katie KTV's. Lisa Washington tells us melting ice jams have caused some flooding in a town of rhymer chunks of ice here. Now, this is on the roadway. We, of course, are very close to the river where there are many large chunks of ice in the river, and because of the ice jams. You can see there is flooding in this area in Pittsburgh, the mon- parking wharf is closed because of high water different kinds of water problem for customers, the Pittsburgh water and sewer authority. It's a fourteen percent rate hike granted by the state PUC could go into effect by the end of the month. The extra twenty one million dollars a year to go toward replacing old pipes in the city, the hike will at about nine dollars a month. To a water and sewer Bill that already averages about sixty four dollars a month. It's now up to Commonwealth court to rule on whether you PM see and highmark must continue to work with each other attorney general Josh Shapiro petitioning the court to modify the current consent decree between healthcare giants it expires in June. Judy Hayes has highmark insurance. She's battling a form of leukemia for the fourth time. She's going to lose her UPN MC on colleges. If the consent decree expires, I had had to pay for my hospitalization. I would have been looking at two hundred thousand dollars or I'd have been out the door because my college is said to me, you were headed towards disaster..

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Katie radio. CBS news update Super Bowl fifty three now history and history is just what Tom Brady and the New England Patriots have made again gives them. Michelle. Touchdown patriots. Michelle. Bob soldier. You're patriots radio with the goal of the only TD thirteen three win over the LA Rams now is evident from that score. There really wasn't that much offense on either side. But coupled with the patriot defense a quarterback had just enough details from Atlanta correspondent Steve Futterman. For those who want to call Tom Brady the greatest quarterback ever. This is another argument that really helps them Brady becomes the first quarterback to lead his team to six Super Bowl championships. No quarterbacks ever done that. And he says he wants to come back for more. There's there's no sign that his his abilities are diminishing so much that he needs to even consider retirement CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty. Business. What if cybercriminals target us and trick counting into making a wire transfer? Don't worry we have barracuda. So where secured Baracouda uses artificial intelligence to detect and block spearfishing and account takeover attempts. What a relief don't become a victim. Protect your business at barracuda dot com. Barracuda your journey secured. If you like listening to Red Eye on demand, we have more of Eric Harley at guests for you. Download our ers extra mile podcast more topics and issues disgust..

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Is Katie radio. Two degrees below zero at Pittsburgh International with the wind chill wins at twenty three miles per hour. Feels like twenty six degrees below zero good afternoon. I'm rose. Ryan douglas. Pittsburgh residents woke up to snow covered streets this morning along with a bone chilling temperatures. The snow squall hit has rush hour began making it difficult for road crews and motorists alike, the city's chief operations manager guy. Kosta tells Katie radio's Liniers Freeland and Melfi yesterday and it froze overnight, and he had to go back and retrieve it and the snow came in quickly and cars cars, drove over it. A compacted it and David some slick spots. Casa says the is using a new salt that should be more effective in subzero temperatures. Triple A reports more than twenty seven hundred calls for service this morning in the Pittsburgh area. Katie gay radios. Joe DO says most were four dead batteries. There are warning signs says Brandon Cutler who works at advance auto parts corrosion on a battery terminal means, you're batteries working too hard to start the car. Lights Jim out or just go out. And you gotta start it. But it does kick ever that batteries dropping ROY massive amount of volts eating Cutler isn't selling a lot of batteries today. He says it'll come when it warms up. One thing he is selling a lot of washer fluid in Carnegie. Joe NewsRadio ten twenty new this hour. Federal prosecutors say confidential material provided to a Russian company charged by special counsel. Robert Muller was altered and released as part of a disinformation campaign to discredit the American investigation. Prosecutors say in a new court filing that representatives of concord management, and consulting LLC should not be permitted to view additional sensitive evidence outside of the United States because it risks national security. Concord is one of three entities and thirteen individuals charged by Muller in a conspiracy to spread disinformation on social media during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign governor, Tom Wolfe and democratic lawmakers proposed an increase in the state's minimum wage today. This Bill would increase the wage from the federal minimum of seven and a quarter. To twelve dollars an hour and eliminate the tip minimum wage currently to eighty three in our tipped wage is not fair to workers who depend on tips. It's not fair to consumers. It's not fair to all of us who are paying for public benefits because these workers still need public assistance. The governor says tipping would continue but workers would be less dependent on those. The Bill includes annual fifty cent minimum increases that would bring it to fifteen dollars an hour in twenty twenty-five federal health officials are getting alarmed about an uptick in the number of measles cases around the country. More from CBS's Sabrina cubic measles was declared eliminated in the US in two thousand thanks to a highly effective vaccination program. But now the government's concerned after confirming fifty two cases of measles in seven states in less than a month, the CDC's, Dr Nancy message that are getting infected by measles are getting it because the bear traveling abroad or they're exposed to people who have traveled abroad, so the CDC's encouraging anyone who's traveling internationally to make sure that you and your children are up. To date with your vaccinations, Sabrina cupid for CBS news, Atlanta. Federal Reserve is keeping its key interest rate unchanged and signaling it could leave rates alone. In the coming months given economic pressures and low inflation crude oil futures prices ended ninety two cents higher today. Closing at fifty four twenty three a barrel on Wall Street, just before the close heifer until it's says the Dow was up four hundred thirty four points at twenty five thousand fourteen the NASDAQ up one fifty four the SNP.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Katie radio. Eighteen degrees at six thirty nine rose. Ryan Douglas, we are in for frigid weather over the next forty eight hours and AccuWeather meteorologist John Feerick tells Katie KYW radio frostbite will be a real danger, though, definitely want to stay indoors stay as warriors. You possibly can. If you do need to be outdoors. Obviously, you want to pretty much cover everything as for when we will see the end of this weather pattern Friday, it'll be a little better. But yeah, certainly the the worst two days will be tomorrow and Thursday complete AccuWeather forecast. Coming up in just minutes, the tree of life shooting in squirrel hill last October has now officially been categorized. As a hate crime. A sixty three count superseding indictment was handed up today by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh, it adds thirteen violations that fall into the Matthew Shepard. And James Burge junior hate crimes act. The new indictment says Robert Bowers killed eleven victims at tree of life and wounded two others because of their actual or perceived religion twenty two counts in the superseding indictment are capital eligible offenses. However. The Justice department has yet to determine if Bowers will face the death penalty when he is brought to trial new voting machines needed in Pennsylvania. The state is to be resistant to hacking of its election system. That's the main finding of an election security commission report released today coach David Hickson says the existing DR E machines used in eighty percent of the state leave. No paper trail to confirm results. The machines are no longer made. They are vulnerable. The spare parts are being purchased in the open market in places such as EBay among other recommendations, the commission says the state should explore a bond issue to cover some of the.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is Katie radio. Thirty four degrees at Pittsburgh International. I'm melinda. Roeder? It's already begun snowing in some parts of southwestern Pennsylvania. But meteorologists say we'll see the worst of winter storm Harper Harper overnight state officials are banning commercial trucks and buses from traveling on major highways until noon tomorrow and all drivers will have to slow down the states but speed limit has been reduced to forty five miles per hour. During the storm governor Tom wolf declared a state of emergency ahead of the storm. Now, he's warning Pennsylvanians to stay off the roads, if you don't have to out into this weather, if you don't have to drive don't do stay home read a book in a message posted on Twitter wolf is also encouraging everyone to check on their neighbors, especially the elderly the women's March is taking place right now in cities across the country, including Pittsburgh. But Katie KYW radio's Shelby Cassesse. He says the local event is receiving backlash over its national partner. The national events sparked division when one of its co founders. Mecum? Owlry? Refused to denounce antisemitic. Comments by nation of Islam leader, Louis Farrakhan, members of the Jewish community in Pittsburgh have criticized the local events saying they haven't done enough to separate themselves from the national organization. I e baton director of the Pittsburgh, March tells Katie k radio we've been blessed to work locally with Jewish women in ways that maybe didn't happen around the country. The DNC backed out of sponsoring the event in Washington, DC, Shelby Cassese NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie k President Trump speaking to reporters outside the White House. This morning ahead of his three up. Three o'clock announcement about the partial government shutdown and funding for the wall of the southern border said he hopes speaker Nancy Pelosi will realize in his words would everybody knows that wall's work, and we need walls? Controlled.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is Katie radio. It is thirty one degrees at five thirty nine rose. Ryan Douglas, US military says two US soldiers and to American citizens were among at least fifteen killed Wednesday. In a suicide bombing in northern Syria in an explosion while on a routine patrol in the northern Syrian town of mon- beach, ISIS claimed responsibility this is acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan at the Pentagon. Our fight against terrorism is ongoing, and we will remain vigilant and committed to its destruction names of the deceased have not been released. Donald world has issued an apology to priests in the Washington DC Catholic dic- saying he forgot that he knew about allegations of sexual misconduct against his predecessor Theodore mckarrick, the Washington Post reports world issued a letter last night saying he never intended to provide false information. He has also apologized to former priest Robert C elect who recently disclosed written evidence from files in the Pittsburgh diocese that world when he was Pittsburgh's Bishop was aware of the. Allegations and brought them to the attention of the Vatican in two thousand four Transportation Security Administration workers remain on the job at Pittsburgh International airport. But Katie KYW radio's reports they plan a rally Friday local three thirty two union. President William re says the workers he represents are feeling the financial pinch after missing their first paychecks lies week Morales real low because there's no outlook of any time soon this shutdown big over the local plans to stop the shutdown rally Friday at eleven AM inside the landside terminal recesses members are not calling off as is the case with some larger airports around the country, and they appreciate support. They're getting from passengers Joe to steal NewsRadio. Ten twenty k house. Democrats are urging President Trump to work with them to pick another date for the state of the union address in a letter to the president urging a rescheduling of the state of the union house speaker Nancy Pelosi sites security concerns, noting key staffers who would take part in preparations for the January twenty ninth speech. Which are furloughed her top. Lieutenant majority leader Steny Hoyer went further telling an interviewer the state of the union is off. But aides later said Heuer didn't read Pelosi's letter and mischaracterized it Pelosi did say Mr. Trump could either submitted his report to congress in writing as praised instead through the early nineteen hundreds or she said he could deliver it alone in the Oval Office. Steven Portnoy, CBS news. The White House abortion providers are suing Pennsylvania in hopes. State courts will reverse decades old decision upholding a ban on using state Medicaid dollars to cover abortions beyond three existing exceptions in cases of rape, incest, or to save the life of the mother. The lawsuit filed today says the law, violates the constitutional equal protection rights of low income, women seeking reproductive healthcare. Wall Street today have run Tillotson says the Dow closed up one hundred forty one points at twenty four thousand two oh, seven the NASDAQ up. Ten the SNP.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Up. From the studio. This is Katie radio. Thirty two degrees at three o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm rose. Ryan, Douglas sport, utility vehicle. Struck three children waiting for a school bus in summit township this morning, killing an eleven year old boy, Pennsylvania state police in Butler county, say the children were struck just before nine o'clock after the driver stopped at a stop sign and turned right? But apparently didn't see the children standing or sitting along the roadway. The boy was pronounced dead at Butler Memorial Hospital. A ten year old boy was flown to UPS children's hospital in Pittsburgh with undisclosed injuries and eight year old girl had an ankle injury described as minor names have not been released apolice eight glare from the sun may have been a factor in that accident. A tricky rescue slow traffic on the Parkway, east, outbound this morning vehicle in through the guardrail and down a steep wooded hill near Churchill around six thirty the right lane was restricted as crews worked to free the driver two hundred feet below no word on that person's condition. This hour. A crane was brought into drag the car back up the hill. Katie key. Radio's Marty Griffin finished treatment for cancer three months ago and this morning went in for a scan. This even remnants of cancer remained in case you missed it last hour, he told Katie KYW radio's Wendy bell take in the picture your entire body from your head down to your toes, and I'm cancer free. So we have great news for mardi and his family this afternoon. Three and a half weeks into the partial federal government shutdown the air traffic controllers union is going to court to get paychecks members. Katie KYW radio's Joe over reports the president of the air traffic controllers union in Pittsburgh says air safety will not be compromised. Even though members miss their first paychecks Friday morale in my building is dropping all the time. So it is getting more and more difficult and more and more frustrating to be caught up in Michael Dell mass oh tells Katie k radio there's already a short staffing problem and the Pittsburgh control tower. He says members are not calling off sick to protest the shutdown. Joe dimaggio. Newsradio ten twenty. Katie. K governor Tom Wolfe will be sworn in for his second term tomorrow. And former Braddock mayor John Fetterman will be sworn in as Lieutenant governor one of the trappings of office. He's refusing is the mansion he talked about it this morning with Larry and John on Katie KYW radio. Pennsylvania doesn't owe me a place to live, and you know, western and Braddock and those kind of places. That's that's why it's it's service for these kind of communities that have contributed so much. They deserve to be invested in and believed in Fetterman will stay in Braddock and rent an apartment in Harrisburg, President Trump's nominee for attorney general, we'll tell senators that the president did not seek any assurances or promises before nominating him that according to William bars prepared remarks obtained by the Associated Press ahead of his confirmation hearing tomorrow, the president had complained that his first attorney general Jeff Sessions did not protect him from the Russia investigation. Lawmakers want assurances that bar will allow special counsel Robert Muller's probe to continue on Wall Street. Hefford Tillotson says the Dow is down forty-one points at twenty three thousand nine fifty four. The NASDAQ is down forty four and the SNP down nine right now in sports college basketball tonight.

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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Is Katie radio. Twenty eight degrees at four thirty at Pittsburgh International line, rose. Ryan Douglas, a former Catholic priest in the Erie diocese was sentenced today to two and a half to fourteen years in prison. David Paulsen had pleaded guilty to abusing two boys between two thousand two and two thousand ten much of the abuse happened at his rural cabin in Jefferson County, this state attorney general Josh Shapiro. Even made one victim. Go to confession. And seek forgiveness for being sexually assaulted the priest who heard that confession was pulsing himself Paulson was one of two priests charged as a result of the statewide grand jury report into sex abuse in the Catholic church. The house has voted to ensure that all federal employees will be paid retroactively after the partial government shutdown ends the Bill requires that all employees, including those who have been furloughed be paid as soon as possible once the government reopens the Senate approved it yesterday, it's on its way to the president who is expected to sign it as the partial federal government shutdown hits the three week Mark local housing officials are urging calls to congress. Here's Katie KYW radio's Joe DO. Call for action comes from the allegany county housing authority printed in bold, red letters on its website. It says Federal Housing officials do not have the money to make housing assistance that section eight and utility allowance payments in March allegany county, executive rich. Fitzgerald says other county programs will be affected by that service. Arcane regional centers the veterans affairs department CDBG funding section eight landlords have been notified about the shortfall. Joe DO NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie. K if you would like to contact the White House or your US Senator or Representative concerning the shutdown border wall or any other matter phone numbers and Email addresses can be found at Katie KYW radio dot com for your convenience. There is an arrest in Thursday's home, invasion and shooting in Plum borough and unidentified twenty two year old man was wounded in the legs around eleven thirty AM yesterday at his home in the seventy seven hundred block of Salzburg road. Allegany county. Police say twenty one year old Maliki Hawkins was the person that entered the home Hopkins faces aggravated assault, burglary and other charges. The victim was last reported in stable condition. One person dead after two vehicles hit head on on route to twenty four in Mahoning township Lawrence county. Katie TV reports police were called to the scene around nine o'clock this morning route twenty four between Jackson street and Martin Kelly spear road was closed for several hours. The FBI raided Scranton city hall and the home of mayor Bill court, right? This week the times Tribune of Scranton says FBI agents executed the raid on Wednesday in what spokeswoman carry out. A mouse key would only say was court authorized activity w any reports that FBI agents removed two boxes from the city's licensing inspections and permits. Department on Wall Street today. Hefferin Tillerson says the Dow closed down six points at twenty three thousand nine ninety five. The NASDAQ was down fourteen points at six thousand nine seventy one and the s&p was down a third of.

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"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Katie radio. Forty eight degrees at six thirty at Pittsburgh International line, rose. Ryan Douglas, Katie radio. Scott's Diller tells us the canopy of a Sonoko gas station in monroeville has collapsed. This is the Sonoko at haymaker road at route one thirty we don't know yet. If anyone was injured there allegany county police have named a suspect in last night's shooting that saw the victim asking for help. At the home of homesteads police chief forty four year old Santaniello Lewis is accused of shooting his girlfriend's son in front of a home on east nineteenth avenue Inman hall following a domestic incident. The twenty year old was shot in the hip ran a few blocks McClure St Louis is facing assault and other charges for the first time Pennsylvania has goals for reducing greenhouse gases under an executive order signed today by governor, Tom Wolfe. Katie KYW radio's Joe DO has details. The goals call on state government to reduce net. Emissions by twenty six percent. Twenty twenty five eighty percent by two thousand fifty signing the order at the Heinz history center, we'll says you don't have to choose between the environment. And jobs. If you want an either or situation, I'm not your guy. I want to do both today people's gassed out to cut methane emissions by fifty percents using advanced leak detection methods in the strip district. Joe dimaggio. Newsradio ten twenty k president. Trump will make his case to the American people for a border wall tonight. House speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer will give a rebuttal after the president's address. CBS news political correspondent, Ed O'Keefe has more. Necessarily saying anything new to people who have been paying close. Attention think they understand though that given that it's in prime time giving it is the president making his first formal requests for the airtime and planning to do it from the Oval Office that this is you know, the stakes on this one are a little higher. This will not be a shouting match in the Oval Office. It'll be too clearly presented arguments. And it's up to the American people decide listen for the president tonight. And the Democrats rebuttal on Katie radio at nine o'clock, the Russian lawyer who attended the Trump Tower meeting is a focus of the special counsel's investigation was charged with obstructing an unrelated tax fraud case federal prosecutors say Natalia that's sky at teamed up with a senior Russian prosecutor and submitted deceptive declarations in a civil proceeding involving a Russian tax refund fraud scheme the indictment illustrates that. That's the sky has close ties to the Russian government, which she has denied a reprieve for Sears one of the nation's oldest retailers here. CBS's Jason Brooks Sears can hold off on liquidation. Sales for the moment. A bankruptcy judge. Is giving the one hundred twenty five year old chain another chance. If chairman Eddie Lampert, deposits, one hundred twenty million dollars on Wednesday Lampard is bidding four point four billion dollars to keep hundreds of Sears locations. Open and a decision will be made at a bankruptcy auction next week on Wall Street Hefferin Tillotson says the Dow closed up two hundred fifty six points today at twenty three thousand seven hundred eighty seven NASDAQ was up seventy three SNP up twenty four in sports penguins. Host the Panthers tonight at seven it's six thirty three time to learn more about pinnacle men's health of Pittsburgh by visiting pinnacle men's health, Pittsburgh dot com. Triple A, traffic and AccuWeather next..

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"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Katie radio. news on the hour. Sponsored by Quicken Loans. I'm Matt piper. A presidential primetime address. President Trump is taking steps to force it end to the partial government shutdown now in its third week Tuesday night, he'll address the nation in prime time his first since taking office. Correspondent Paula Reed says it'll all be about the border wall. Democrats say they will not do anything to help the President Bill. This wallet presents that he won't sign anything that doesn't include funding for a border wall. So right now, we're at an impasse. The president has accepted an invitation to Democrats to return to the White House. They continue to go. But at this point Democrats have not taken them up on that offer. Democrats are calling the address a publicity stunt the house convenes in the morning with plans to vote on bills to restore funding to some of these shuttered agencies as the shutdown of the federal government continues food stamp recipients are worried that they'll soon be cut off forty two million Americans across the country us food. Stamps, including this young mother in Lansing, Michigan. Some of us that depend on that money. They can't work for now city and state agencies are trying to fill the gap. But they say they can't do it for long. Joan Jackson Johnson is a director of community services in Lansing. We don't have the resources to provide that supplemental assistance more than once a month. And that young mother is going to start feeling the pinch soon. My family. Everybody's family Bill. Rakoff CBS news the schools have met in the title game in three of the last four years. CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman reports from the college football national championship game between Clemson and Alabama. This was a.

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"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is Katie radio. Overcast skies in thirty two at Pittsburgh International. It's ten thirty. I'm Paul Rasmussen pittsburgh-area congressman cutter lamb says funding the federal government shouldn't be tied to the ongoing immigration debate. He tells Katie k radio President Trump's demand for a border wall is a small piece of the puzzle. People who were arrested on the way to the end of this country who have terrorists connections, for example. It's almost always at airports drugs that come into our country that are killing people heroin central and that kind of thing almost all of it comes through the US mail or through the air force lamb, Democrats as there are Republicans in the house and Senate willing to vote to end the partial government shutdown with the impact of the shutdown at national parks, and museums your CBS's Vicki Barker with garbage piles and uncollected human waste mounting at many parks. The National Park Service says it's taking the extraordinary and some allege illegal step of dipping into entrance fees to pay for staffing in Washington. The Smithsonian museums are closed, and there are no federal staffers. The Lincoln Memorial. But a clock tower at the Trump International hotel remains open and staffed by park service, Rangers a government spokesman says it's nothing to do with the Trump connection. Vicki Barker, CBS, news gun rights. Supporters are expected to turn out in the hundreds today in downtown Pittsburgh to protest legislation before city council to ban semi automatic weapons in an interview with Katie K radio council member Corey O'Connor said we're not taking away your guns were putting in preventative laws that make it safer. You know, there's really realistically no reason why certain individuals need semiautomatic weapon. There are two other measures under consideration. And a final vote could come in about a month the open carry rally at noon at the city county building is also expected to draw. Counter-protestors police will be there to separate the demonstrators. The US in China are talking today on ways to end a trade war. Here's CBS's Vicki Barker. Unfortunately, this talking is by China's foreign minister, formerly of. Objecting to a US worship. He says has been spotted in Chinese waters suggesting you're not the best scene setter for cordial and constructive, trade talks. No immediate comment from the US, no comment either from either side about progress in the working level trade talks, but with growth slowing in both countries pressure is growing to reach a settlement. Vicki Barker, CBS, news supreme court says Ruth Bader Ginsburg is missing arguments for the first time in more than twenty five years, and she recuperates from cancer surgery. The eighty five year old Justice is working from home after doctors removed to cancerous growths from her left lung, December a student is.

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"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"This is Katie radio. Thirty seven degrees at Pittsburgh International at six o'clock. I'm Shelby sassy are UPS driver a suspected of drunk driving after causing a chain reaction crash. Just after six pm on southbound route twenty eight Friday evening closing down the roadway. Police say two vehicles collided near IDC park than the driver of the truck slammed into that collision causing an additional accident than volved three to four vehicles. The victims were taken to three different hospitals, but their conditions have not been released. The driver of the UPS truck was taken to Armstrong county Memorial Hospital to undergo bloodwork southbound Twenty-eight has since reopened to Greenberg area. People who have been considered missing since Thursday have been found safe. Police say twenty nine year old Amanda Caldwell and thirty year old Joseph XIV wrote a motel six in South Carolina after they decided to go on a spontaneous vacation the search began after Caldwell didn't show up to work Thursday after telling family and friends, she was meeting a man for a first date the city of Pittsburgh is. Finalizing plans for Monday's noontime rally by gun rights. Supporters in front of the city county building Katie k radios. Joe DO reports public safety officials have plenty to worry about trying to keep pro and anti gun advocates apart. But mayor Bill Peduto says one of their other concerns is the large Christmas tree taking up space in the portico of the city county building where the protest is to take place. We have Orthodox Christmas this Sunday. And whether there will be enough time to remove it later in the afternoon or evening at in order to be able to have enough space in the portico rally organizers are protesting plan city legislation restricting assault style weapons Joe studio. Newsradio ten twenty Katie. For the eleventh consecutive your toes will be going up on the Pennsylvania turnpike as of Sunday morning. A passenger vehicle driving the length of the pike will pay fifty eight dollars thirty cents forty one sixty for ez pass users. Governor Tom Wolfe recently called that unsustainable and told Katie k radio he wants a reduction in the amount of turnpike commission that pay pays depend on every year. It is transferring money into highways construction outside of the turnpike, which was attended which was the idea. But but it's.

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"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"katie radio" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Studio, this is Katie radio. It is thirty six degrees at four o'clock fits Berg international, lying rose. Ryan Douglas and ethics word ruling is expected on a private company for by two city. Police commanders and others to share implicit bias training. Katie KYW radio's Joe DO reports Bill Peduto says he'll wait for rulings by the law department and the ethics board before deciding if db a training solutions should be allowed to continue. He says the early indication is it's not permissible. I think it's great that they'd be able to offer this to a suburban police force. But really should that be the scope of their focus after they volunteered to take on this service for the people of Pittsburgh one of the police commanders Jason Landau tells the post gazette the company will focus on private corporations typically not trained by the city downtown show to steal NewsRadio ten twenty. Katie. K Democrats are now officially in control of the house of representatives has the one hundred sixteenth. Congress has been sworn in more from CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is. Wasting no time in asserting the power of the Democratic Party promising to send to the Senate a package of bills designed to end the partial government shutdown. Democrats will be offering the Senate Republican appropriations legislation to reopen government later today. But Senate Republicans say those bills are a non starter because the president will not sign them into law. It's a sign that even though some things are changing in Washington. Others are remaining the same Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill. Officials predict a sharp drop in the number of fatal drug overdoses in allegany county for two thousand eighteen to suspend a dramatic dramatic turnaround Allegheny county medical examiner. Dr Caro William says two hundred sixty two fatal overdoses have been confirmed for last year compared to seven hundred thirty seven in two thousand seventeen he credits the use of the antidote Narcan and a coordinated effort to attack the pedantic effort at reducing the stigma associated with it. So more people are coming out to accept these programs officials cautioned the two hundred. Sixty two number will increase as toxicology reports coming in for a cases, still pending Pittsburgh. Mayor Bill Peduto, presented former mayor Tom Murphy with a key to the city today. Murphy served state legislature for almost fifteen years before stepping into his municipal role from one thousand nine hundred forty two thousand six at the ceremony. Murphy reflected on Pittsburgh's progress, I'll difficult it was to get people to think about Pittsburgh in a different way. We were in a different place. We were managing your city was badly in decline, and we needed to think about how to change our mindset. Tomorrow's the twenty fifth anniversary of Murphy's inauguration. Chicago-based developer McCaffrey interest is expected to finalize the deal with the Pittsburgh urban redevelopment authority within the next month or two to take control and redevelop the produce terminal in the strip district control will come in the form of a ninety nine year. Lease post gazette reports there are several phases to the redevelopment, but a food market will be the first warning signs flashing for the US economy. Here's CBS's Jason Brooks, the trade war with China is starting to be felt more by US manufacturers. The institute for supply management delivered a weaker than expected report on US manufacturing in December with growth slowing to the weakest rate over two years while the reading of fifty four point one still indicates expansion, it's a big slowdown from the prior month. Executives told the survey that the trade war with China is hurting business on Wall Street, just before the close Hefford Tillotson says the Dow is down six hundred sixty one points at twenty two thousand six eighty four the NASDAQ down two hundred two and the s&p is down sixty two points now in sports college basketball tonight Penn State at number two,.

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Jimmy Dean recalls more than 29,000 pounds of sausage over metal fears

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Jimmy Dean recalls more than 29,000 pounds of sausage over metal fears

"And Turkey are being recalled. Consumers are urged to dispose of those or return them to the point of sale. Details on the recall are available for you at Katie radio dot com. Google CEO appears before the House Judiciary committee today to defend his company's privacy practices amid recent data breaches CBS news. Correspondent Bill Rakoff has more from Capitol Hill Google CEO soon. Dr pitch is expected to face tough questions from lawmakers today

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West Nile Virus Mosquitoes Found In Pittsburgh Neighborhoods

The Mike Pintek Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

West Nile Virus Mosquitoes Found In Pittsburgh Neighborhoods

"O'clock it's very international line rose Ryan Douglas crews have had to change tactics in. Removing the train cars and containers that derailed Sunday near the l. RT station on the south side here's Katie radios Joe DO workers started by using a large construction cranes hoists containers. Into the air now they're dragging some railcars in containers down the steep hillside, to be trucked away. Or place back on the rails Norfolk Southern. Spokesman Rudi husband telling the Katie a radio morning news once we get the containers out of the way and. The debris picked up then. We'll start trackwork we have about a thousand feet of track we need to. Replace he estimates, repairs will last into tomorrow still no word on the cause. Of the derailment Joe on NewsRadio ten. Twenty Katie k. a. investigators say six staff members at a Mercer county. State prison we're sick and By a suspicious substance yesterday the workers were searching a cell and, packing inmate property at the. State Correctional Institution at Mercer when they either came into contact with a substance or someone, who had contact with that substance. All six were treated, at. A hospital five were released later that day but the sixth required the administration of the opioid overdose antidote nee lock zone more Pittsburgh neighborhoods are targeted. For mosquito treatments. By the Allegheny county health department after some -squitoes samples tested positive for West Nile. Virus those are Hazelwood south side flats south side slopes mount Washington belt Silver Spring of xenobiotics e twenty we'll be done this Thursday from eight to ten thirty PM if it rains. They'll do it Monday the treatment not harmful to people or pets is intended, to kill adult mosquitoes. And minimize the risk of transmission of West. Nile virus Rick gates back on the witness stand testifying against his former boss Paul Manafort in federal court in. Alexandria Virginia Manafort the president's. Former campaign chairman is charged with Bank and tax fraud stemming from this special. Counsel Robert Muller Gatien boy from CBS's Steve Dorsey after gates told the court yesterday he worked with Manafort to commit financial crimes gates detailed some of the overseas show companies they use to. Help fund money through accounts in Cyprus. But prosecutors say Manafort alternate led, efforts to hide millions of dollars from the IRS in falsify financial, records some. Of America's closest allies are going to defy President Trump's Iran sanctions Vicki Barker at the foreign desk in London where British Foreign minister. Alistair Burt says no offense Mr., Trump but, British firms will have, British, government backing if, they choose. To defy the new sanctions is good pump shit between freedoms requires us to, take a stance when. We think it's important to do so echoing the position that the sanctions have no legal force here and that as terrible as Mr.. Trump may have felt the old, Iran nuclear deal to be it. Was less terrible the no deal at, all on. Wall Street effort Tillerson says the Dow is up one hundred sixty seven points at twenty thousand, sixty nine In sports. Pirates play in Colorado again tonight it's one zero three. Time to call the experts at wolf consulting Pittsburgh's leader in computer support for small and. Mid sized, businesses visit, wolf consulting, dot com triple a. traffic AccuWeather next.

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Patients who accepted infected kidneys cured of hepatitis C

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

03:11 min | 2 years ago

Patients who accepted infected kidneys cured of hepatitis C

"Radio now eighty eight degrees at five thirty nine rose Ryan Douglas it is now expected to. Take days. To fully cleanup, from Sunday's train derailment on the southside here's Katie radios Joe deal so far. So good as the process continues to remove each of these seven two. Rail cars, and the double stack container boxes they carry this public safety director. Wendell history calls it a fluid situation with risk people, up there being voiced the, down on. The crane in a basket number one and. Number two you're always afraid to load may shift one way, or the, other unexpected way mayor Bill Peduto calls it a difficult situation as to the rush hour. He says there's no way, east Carson street or this Mayfield street bridge reopened in the next forty eight hours on the south side. Joe to steal this radio. Ten twenty, Katy, k Baldwin man In the hospital in critical condition after climbing into a sewer the Baldwin borough manager says a man opened the manhole near his driveway in the nine hundred block of Angelo drive to do repairs. Emergency crews say he was overcome by fumes needed help getting out the manager says there were no sewer issues reported in that area fire, destroyed a. Home in Washington county this afternoon started around one thirty on long drive in north Strabane township. Witnesses reported hearing, explosions or gunshots firefighters. Confirmed there was an explosion at that home no injuries reported at this time a grand jury report on child sexual. Abuse in six of Pennsylvania's Catholic, dioceses being released soon in a letter Reggie parishioners over the weekend Bishop David Subic says the diocese of Pittsburgh will reveal. The names. Of the accused, excluding those with appeals before the supreme court the Bishop tells Katie radio is. Marty Griffin he made the decision to do that after reading the grand. Jury report, himself didn't want people to think that I was hiding something and. I want people to maintain a sense of confidence in, in my leadership that can, really help. In the, healing process Bishops zubec- says he hopes, the report will not cause further pain to the victims a Pittsburgh woman pleaded guilty to healthcare fraud and, distribution of opioids in federal court today sixty four year. Old Mary. Ann Randolph is, accused of obtaining prescription painkillers through a health benefit. Program for personal use but instead distributed. Them throughout a network of drug dealers she faces a maximum sentence of twenty years in prison and a fine of. Over a million dollars could Ireland be, next on the list of nonstop, destinations leaving from Pittsburgh International the Irish Times reports that air Lingus has Pittsburgh and Montreal under shortlist of cities they are considering adding next year the report says the airline hopes to make a decision within the next two. Weeks with flights expected to begin next July. Officials at the airport have declined comment health. News today a study finds US patients who accepted kidneys infected with hepatitis c. were later cured doctors reported today their new organs are, working fine thanks to medication that got rid of the virus results were published in the journal annals of internal medicine research Eight suggests that organs currently going to. Waste might help speed transplants where patients who wait years to get one they say the medication is costly but. Not as expensive or physically exhausting as spending years on dialysis on Wall Street today Hefferin Tillotson, says the Dow closed up thirty nine points at twenty, five thousand five oh two the NASDAQ was up forty seven points.

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Bayer to stop sales of birth control device tied to injuries

The KDKA Radio Afternoon News with Robert Mangino

03:09 min | 2 years ago

Bayer to stop sales of birth control device tied to injuries

"Katie k. a radio now is, eighty five. Degrees at three o'clock I'm rose Ryan Douglas state. Police say a red Pontiac sedan matching, the description of one belonging just seventy. Four year old Caroline Brad Hoover was found, burnt out on French, island road near Perry operas today, they are working to, confirm ownership of that car there was a body in the car. But the identity has not been confirmed Brad Hoover was last seen late, Tuesday night leaving the junction tavern star. Junction Fayette county, state police say as of. Now foul play is not suspected but has not been entirely ruled. Out seventeen people died after, a duck boat sank in a lake near Branson Missouri. Last evening KO l. RTD reporter Joe Moreno says children are among the dad we've heard so. Far ages ranging between, two and seventy years old but as of right now we are still not sure about How many are children of. The fourteen survivors seven or in the, hospital three of those people were under. The age of eighteen a severe thunderstorm hit, when the boat was, on the lake with high winds, kicking up waves as, high as five feet the coastguard and NTSB are investigating the tragedy. In Missouri is raising concerns about the safety of duck boat tourism Katie, radios Melinda Roeder has more of just. Jackie tours in, Pittsburgh says his company takes. Extra safety measures being on a relatively narrow river and so close. To the point you're never, more than two hundred fifty four Sure we keep our vessels very very, close to shore for a number of different reasons availing reason to safety Chris Diario says all just Ducky boats. Have two captains on board with plenty of life. Preservers and rans strategically placed for a quick river exit of weather should become an. Issue from station square Melinda. Roeder NewsRadio ten twenty five people are in the hospital, following an, accident this morning involving a port authority bus happened just before eight thirty when a van, allegedly ran a red light and crashed into the. Number sixteen bus, at the intersection of Sandusky street, and east general Robinson street on the north? Shore four people on the. Bus and one in the van were taken to the hospital no word on their conditions this hour also no word on any pending, charges the mystery of the missing books and. Pages from Carnegie library may have been solved and it's quite a story the district attorney's office is charging sixty. One year. Old Greg priori who was the sole archivist at the. Library's rare book room and fifty four year old John Schulman of squirrel hill who owns Caliban bookshop the. DA says that's where many of the valley Items. Were found both men. Turn themselves in, for arraignment this morning value of the stolen items were then eight million dollars they're doing court August I the maker of. A permanent contraceptive implant subject you thousands of injury reports from women and repeated, safety restrictions by regulators says it will stop selling it advice in the US bear says the safety of its assure implant. Has not changed and it will stop selling the device at the end of the year due to weak sales last year Bayer stopped selling the device in Europe more, than sixteen thousand US women are suing bear over issuer on Wall Street Hefferin Tillerson says the Dow is up. Nine points at twenty five thousand seventy three the. NASDAQ is up one point right now in sports the pirates get back into action. Tonight in Cincinnati it's a..

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