PJ started at KQV in October 1975. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh and is a board member of the Bloomfield Garfield Corporation. PJ has two children, Maureen and Brian.
David Cook grew up outside New York City, and attended college in Ashland Ohio, and arrived in Pittsburgh in the early 90's, and spent over a decade on the morning show of a local broadcaster, before finding a home with KQV. David can be found every morning giving the listener all that is needed to get their day started. He lives in Whitehall with his two teenage children, and enjoys time on Lake Erie, and playing drums.
Joe came to KQV in 1992. He got his start in broadcasting in Akron, Ohio doing news, sports and music at WCUE, AM/FM. Joe is a ham radio operator in his spare time.
Bruce started at KQV in March of 2000. His start in broadcasting came at WESA in Charleroi. Bruce is a graduate of Belle Vernon High School and Point Park University. He is married to Erin and they have two children, Alexandra and Jonathan. Bruce is also a PIAA basketball official and a PIAA/Collegiate baseball umpire.
The New Kensington-Arnold School District agreed to a mediator's judgement and removed a 6-foot high Ten Commandments monument from outside Valley high school gymnasium, paying $164,000 in legal fees to settle a 2012 lawsuit filed by a girl and her atheist mother. Freedom from Religion Foundation applauded the decision saying it should have never gone to court. The girl was not a student but found the object offensive when attending recreational events or when dropping her sister off at school.
Do you agree with State Senator Eichelberger comments about students who graduate from urban public school systems?