90.5 WESA's "The Confluence" for Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2019
On today's program: The No. 2 Pitt volleyball team heads for the NCAA tournament; runners lace up to ease local food insecurity; how political turmoil could hurt the holiday retail season; state lawmakers turn to criminal justice reform; and the Carnegie Science Center's miniature railroad celebrates 100 years of engineering memories.
90.5 WESA's Maria Scapellato checks out a Pitt volleyball home game as they enter their final month of regular season play. Story and interviews as heard on WESA's "The Confluence" on Friday, Oct. 26, 2018
The University of Pittsburgh has many sports teams, but none is doing as well as the undefeated volleyball team. The talented group of 17 women has been serving up victory after victory all season long.
90.5 WESA's "The Confluence" for Friday, Oct. 26, 2018
National attention surrounding the President Trump's involvement in the Russia investigation often overshadows important work the FBI does every day, says Robert Jones, the newest head of Pittsburgh’s FBI office.