As the search continues for the man accused of ambushing two state troopers more than a week ago, killing one and wounding another, we'll get an update on the manhunt from AP reporter Michael Rubinkam. He is reporting that, according to authorities, the man they're looking for is a heavily armed survivalist. He describes suspected cop killer Eric Frein as an assassin type of shooter. Likar joins us to examine the complexities involved in the search for the man who ambushed two state troopers.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the league will get its house in order, the question is how. McPherson regularly speaks on college campuses as a critic of gender roles, saying they contribute to incidents of domestic violence, stalking, and rape. These topics air Friday September 19, at noon and 8pm on State Senator Don White wants Pennsylvania school districts to be able to permit their staff to carry firearms in school buildings and on the grounds.
Supporters say his proposal would make schools safer but critics are arguing for more police. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced it has signed a consent order and agreement with Range Resources for violations at six of its impoundments in Washington County. The MacArthur Genius Grants were announced this week. These topics air Thursday September 18, at noon and 8pm on She was so motivated by the event that she began to plan her own TEDx. One thing that made this event unique was the fact that it was developed with a younger demographic in mind and by teenagers.
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But earlier this month he had sold only nine tickets to his upcoming solo show at the Club Cafe. That's when he posted a desperate message on facebook saying that he was going ahead with the show and that the people of Western Pennsylvania ought to show up. In case the football games, cooler weather and heralding of all things pumpkin flavored escaped your attention, the celebration of the autumn season has begun. This week our woman for all seasons, travel contributor Elaine Labalme, joins us with a lineup of fall fairs and festivals you might enjoy.
These topics air Wednesday September 17, at noon and 8pm on A new study has found that residents in Western Pennsylvania living close to natural gas drilling sites were twice as likely to report health problems than those living farther away.
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We'll talk with the study's lead author Dr. Peter Rabinowitz, who says public health researchers surveyed nearly adults and children in Washington County, southwest of Pittsburgh. Tomorrow, Scots will vote on possible independence from England, one of the most important issues facing the Scottish people and their heritage. We'll talk with Ron Linden, director of the European Studies Center and professor of political science at the University of Pittsburgh. Along with John Kelman, one of the many natives of Scotland living in the Pittsburgh area, about which way he'd like to see the vote go.
A gathering of the clans will take place this weekend at the Ligonier Highland Festival. These topics air Tuesday September 16, at noon and 8pm on With so much of our everyday tasks being done online is it taking a toll on our health? The Miracle Field of Murrysville is a special baseball field constructed for anyone age 10 and older with physical or mental challenges. Harold Hicks, former president of the Murrysville Rotary Club helped to make it a reality. These topics air Monday September 15, at noon and 8pm on The revelation of her cancer diagnosis has resulted in a Hopewell woman being laid off by her employer, a Beaver County oral surgeon.
She was informed of her layoff via a letter which has been posted online and gone viral. In September of a gathering of delegates from across the United States and its territories took place in Pittsburgh. These topics air Friday September 12, at noon and 8pm on The neighborhood of Lawrenceville was established years ago, by the father of Stephen Foster. In that time the riverside area has seen an interesting range of people, events and industries which helped shape American history and culture.
On Friday the th anniversary will be commemorated with movies and lectures presented by the Lawrenceville Historic Society, at the Row House Cinema. While the music is the big draw, the organizers say the goal of the festival is to provide an outlet for entrepreneurs to get the word out on their projects as well as the opportunity to bring major national music acts to the city. It was fifty years ago Sunday that the Beatles performed at the Civic Arena, their one and only appearance in Pittsburgh. We'll talk with legendary concert promoter Pat DiCesare, who brought the band to town and is producing this weekend's 50th anniversary events.
Also joining us in studio is Chuck Brinkman, a former KQV disc jockey who introduced the Beatles on stage on that memorable night in Is arts education being cut at national and local levels? If so, is it being done equitably? What role do community arts organizations play in arts education? Can arts education be saved by incorporating it into other disciplines? These topics air Wednesday September 10, at noon and 8pm on Like any new city mayor, Bill Peduto has a whole lot on his plate, and room for creative decisions.
Share your thoughts with us on these topics. However, can that civic pride result in turning a blind eye to ongoing issues such as race, transportation and poverty? These topics air Tuesday September 9, at noon and 8pm on Many open questions remain as the deliberations move forward and the details of the agreement emerge. How will this play out? We'll talk with Dr. This week WESA and the Allegheny Front are airing a special series on hydraulic fracturing and state politics — specifically the money spent on lobbying.
In addition, as the population ages the need for people trained health professions, such as physical therapy increases. This week contributor Rebecca Harris looks at the business of physical therapy. These topics air Monday September 8, at noon and 8pm on We'll talk with Benton Becker, former special counsel to President Ford, whom Ford sent to California to negotiate the pardon with the embattled ex-president.
American Afterlife: Encounters in the Customs of Mourning is a provocative book looking at the way Americans mourn, with particular emphasis on the ongoing evolution of how we pay tribute to our deceased loved ones, i. The book's author Kate Sweeney joins us in studio. However, men can suffer from it as well.
In his memoir Shattered Image, our guest Brian Cuban chronicles his battles with bulimia as well as his addictions to alcohol, cocaine and steroids. He joins us in Studio A to discuss his struggles and recovery. These topics air Friday September 5, at noon and 8pm on Film production in Pennsylvania, and the Pittsburgh area in particular is an important economic driver.
But with annual limits to the tax credits available, how competitive does the region remain? Dawn Keezer, Director of the Pittsburgh Film Office joins us to talk about the state of movie production in the region. The film tells the story of former Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis, who pitched a no-hitter on June 12, - while under the influence of LSD. After retiring he became a counselor, helping other addicts in their recoveries.
We'll talk with director Jeffrey Radice. Post-Gazette Sportswriter emeritus Bob Dvorchak joins us to discuss the Steelers' regular season opener as well as the possible outcome for two Steelers players who were stopped for marijuana possession. Also, the NFL takes a stronger stance on domestic violence. These topics air Thursday September 4, at noon and 8pm on The August Wilson Center's future remains uncertain, but a group of community volunteers and activists have been holding community meetings to formulate a plan for a new August Wilson Center.
We'll talk with Group leader Janera Solomon and committee member E. Throughout his career Forman has spoken and written extensively on Jewish history and public policy. He will discuss the reported global rise in anti-Semitic sentiment and activity. Before the boys of summer give way to the athletes of autumn, travel contributor Elaine Labalme has some sporting travel ideas.
From following the Pirates to destinations within driving distance to college football and pre-season hockey, she stops by Studio A with some fall sports travel suggestions. These topics air Wednesday September 3, at noon and 8pm on The good news for the commonwealth is that is has seen an increase in job growth and a decrease in the unemployment rate.
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