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.
Hundreds of people attended a special gala on North Broad Street to kick off this celebratory weekend.
The Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market is designed to compliment the popular Christmas Village, with one major difference.
Covenant House “Sleep Out” is part of a national effort.
Finance Boot Camp is hosted by Soneyet Muhammad and the nonprofit Clarifi.
There were over two dozen participants in this year’s Clean Block Contest.
The Bridget Foy’s Fire Relief Benefit will take place Wednesday night.
This should put you in the Christmas spirit! The first holiday attraction of the season in the Philadelphia area got underway Thursday night.
You could feel a certain buzz in the air outside the Linc.
You could feel the emotion in the air Saturday as the Starry Night 5K Run brightened up Philadelphia’s Navy Yard.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is allowing a school code bill, approved by the Senate last week, to become a law.
Waiting until the final moments seemed to be a popular choice in Philadelphia.
Organizers say the monetary goal of Light the Night Philadelphia is $2 million raised.
Netflix has partnered with Lyft to offer riders a chance to experience the Upside Down dimension.
Girls ages six to 18 picked up some valuable life lessons Thursday night at the Police Athletic League Positive Image Youth summit in West Philadelphia.
Thousands packed the sports complex parking lots hours before kickoff.
A panel of female leaders in Philadelphia shared their knowledge about what it takes to be treated as equals to men in today’s workforce.
It was an open panel discussion with officials like Upper Darby Mayor Tom Micozzie taking part.
The Eagles’ victory over the Carolina Panthers remains the talk of the town in Philadelphia. But one of the big reasons why has nothing to do with the team’s hot start to the season.
Waterfront Stadium in Camden hosted a massive candlelight vigil Saturday night remembering those who lost their lives to drug overdoses.
Minefaire returns to the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center this weekend.
Dancers performed to the beat of the drum inside the Philadelphia Assembled Perelman Building.
Less than a week after the deadliest mass shooting in US history, dozens of Philadelphians joined in prayer Saturday night.
Sitting along Frankford Avenue, it puts a whole new twist on the end of days.
Philadelphia’s City Year program helps thousands of students in high needs schools.
“We’ve converted the 23rd Street Armory into a Munich-style Oktoberfest tent,” says founder Doug Hager.
Dozens of shelter dogs from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico arrived in the Philadelphia area Monday night.
Independence Blue Cross Facilitated Health Networks President Anthony V Coletta says they couldn’t reach provider agreements with the new owners.
Newbold CDC President Tim Lidiak says they hold this event each year to raise money for their community cleaning program.
Philadelphia’s top chefs whipped up some of their specialties Thursday night.
Photos of victims sat on the Art Museum steps as their names were read aloud.