Andrew Kramer is a General Assignment Reporter at KYW Newsradio who covers any news, sports or feature story that comes his way.
Andrew began his career at KYW in October 2007 and has worn many hats since then. His previous titles include Digital Content Producer, Social Media Editor, Morning Drive Writer and contributor on KYW’s online tourism program HearPHILLY.
A graduate of Upper Dublin High School in Montgomery County, he received a degree in journalism from Penn State University. While in “Happy Valley” he anchored, reported, and produced for the “Centre County Report” and co-hosted a sports radio show on ComRadio.
He has also interned at WJAC-TV in State College, Pa. and spent several summers interning at radio station WBCB in Levittown, Pa. as a news and sports reporter.
Andrew is a huge fan of Philly sports. The Phillies in particular are his passion. In his spare time, you can find him at Citizens Bank Park cheering for his team, or relaxing “down the shore,” either on the beach or out boating.
You can follow him on Twitter @Philly_Kramer.
It’s been over two decades, but the Philadelphia region has seen snow in April before.
Normally when you think of the Kimmel Center you think music and the arts.
It was a twist on the traditional Passover Seder at the National Museum of American Jewish History Monday night.
Those flying directly between Philadelphia and Ireland now have another airline to choose from.
This wasn’t quiet the exclusive as we expected, “We didn’t know that KYW would be coming so we contacted K Pie W News Pizzadough,” Wachs explained.
Three more wins and Villanova will once again be National Champions.
Just ahead of this year’s Philadelphia Cherry Blossom Festival was a special award ceremony at City Hall honoring Philadelphians who help bring the city and Japanese culture closer together.
A national campaign that aims to find pro bono legal assistance for immigrants and refugees who want to become U.S. citizens just launched in Philadelphia.
Villanova breezed through their first game of the NCAA Tournament Thursday night with an 87 to 61 win over Radford.
The 21st annual event took over the Simeone Foundation Auto Museum in South Philadelphia.
The Eagles’ Super Bowl season commemorative film is available for purchase on Blu-Ray and DVD on Tuesday, March 6th.
If you’ve been to Dirty Frank’s at 13th and Pine Streets in Center City anytime in the last 30 years or so, you’ve probably seen her.
It’s hard to walk even a few feet inside the Pennsylvania Convention Center without hearing a “wow” or “look at that” from visitors at the annual Flower Show.
It’s been two weeks since that massive Old City fire at 239 Chestnut Street, and dozens of employees at The Little Lion are still out of work because of it.
“We don’t want it” and “we shall not be moved” were echoed over and over again to loud cheers from the crowd of hundreds inside Carver High School Engineering and Science.
Saturday night was the 8th annual ‘Party for the Market’ fundraiser.
A new program at Philadelphia’s Rothman Institute was introduced Friday night in Center City at “The Future Is Now: Medical Cannabis Reception.”
A handful of PSU alumni in Philadelphia gathered at the Field House in Center City Sunday to watch as this year’s total was revealed.
The Veterans in Residence program was created thanks to a partnership between WeWork and Bunker Labs Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf and other elected officials were on hand for Friday morning’s groundbreaking at 59th and Market Streets.
Hundreds of people got to see an advanced screening in South Philadelphia on Thursday night.
Seventeen Philadelphia residents, who are regulars at Urban Axes in Kensington, will be taking part in the National Axe Throwing Championship this Sunday in Toronto.
It’s no secret, coaching is a big reason why the Philadelphia Eagles were able to win their first ever Super Bowl championship last week.
Tuxedos and evening gowns were out in full force at the 61st annual Philadelphia Heart Ball, organized by the American Heart Association.
Two weeks ago, the Philadelphia Eagles pummeled the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship to earn a Super Bowl berth.
There’s a new after-hours spot now open in Center City Philadelphia.
The numbers will likely be going up soon, but Wing Bowl 26 participants learned their official eating weight at Chickie’s and Pete’s in South Philadelphia Thursday night.
Even the rain wasn’t enough to dampen the spirits of Eagles fans who gathered Sunday outside the NovaCare Complex to see the team off to Minnesota and Super Bowl LII.
Their annual white-tie anniversary celebration drew thousands of people as well as a celebrity guest musician who has been making us laugh for decades.
The city’s oldest continuously operating tavern has made a major change to show their support for the Birds.