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  • WQED’s 4802

    Published on February 26, 2014

    In this episode of 4802, host Chris Moore and the panel will revisit the 2012 tragedy at the Pittsburgh Zoo amid reports from the USDA that the zoo failed to maintain adequate distance from the African painted dogs. They’ll also discuss the Chevron gas well fire, Pittsburgh cab companies fighting back against ride-sharing services, the secret search for the University of Pittsburgh’s new chancellor, Tom Corbett possibly moving away from his staunch conservative views and Michael Sam – is the NFL ready for an openly gay player?

  • WQED’s 4802

    Published on October 28, 2013

    In this episode of 4802, our topics include UPMC’s claim that it has no employees as the entity faces a lawsuit filed by the City of Pittsburgh. Also, an update in the suit against the Pittsburgh Zoo and documents revealing warnings to the zoo saying they should to steps make its painted dog exhibit safer. Meanwhile, McDonald’s is looking to dump Heinz Ketchup, Alcosan will raise its rates and news on Mayor Ravenstahl. We wrap up the episode with a lightening round featuring the surprising success of The Rubber Duck Project.

  • WQED’s 4802

    Published on July 25, 2013

    A live look back at all the big news of the week – as host Chris Moore welcomes regular panelists Lynn Cullen, Bill Green, Valerie McDonald Roberts and a special guest: political consultant Keith Schmidt in for Heather Heidelbaugh this week.