March 7, 2014
On this episode of 4802, we have Keith Schmidt sitting in for Heather Heidelbaugh along with Cindy Fernandez in for Lynn Cullen. Host Chris Moore and our panel will talk about many of the issues of the week, starting with the meeting between Mayor Peduto and UPMC President and CEO Romoff, the murder arrest in the Wolfe sister double homicide, and the backlash against Chatham University possibly going co-ed. Also, they’ll talk about the end of the work-search requirement for those receiving Medicaid, more news for those who have yet to comply with the Affordable Care Act, and Chevron’s pizza coupon offer to those in Bobtown where a natural gas well explosion killed a worker. Finally, they’ll end the discussion with the redesign of the SATs.
Coming Up Next
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
In this episode of Pittsburgh 360, Tonia Caruso reports from the East End Cooperative Ministries in East Liberty which is getting more attention for good work in its brand new building. Also featured: volunteers with Gay For Good who unite and improve Pittsburgh communities; SibShop, a local organization helping young people with special needs siblings; "Cat Cuddlers" whose small acts of kindness make a difference at the Animal Rescue League Shelter and Wildlife Center.