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.
Venus Williams, playing for the Washington Kastles, took on the Philadelphia Freedoms.
The Philadelphia Wine & Cocktail Festival takes over SugarHouse Casino July 27th.
Hundreds of summer interns gathered for this unique networking event hosted by Campus Philly.
Parents hugged their children tight as balloons were released into the sky outside Grover Cleveland Mastery Charter School in North Philadelphia
An opioid strong enough to sedate an elephant has health officials in the area warning of the dangers.
It’s called the “I Love Avalon” video contest.
There was no reason to fear the buccaneers that boarded the Battleship New Jersey because they were there to educate and entertain.
Dozens walked silently through Center City Thursday night in their honor.
City Commissioners unanimously approved on-beach parking at Baker Avenue.
Manayunk has a very artsy feel to it this weekend.
The Philadelphia zoo stayed open late Saturday for a special summer festival. But there was a catch.
Funding for the long-awaited project has been secured.
The team added another top prospect Thursday night
Xfinity Mobile is a natural extension for the company, according to Comcast’s Jennifer Bilotta.
Police and EMS were called to the unit block of Tobago Avenue just after 8 p.m. Saturday for a report of a possible electrocution of a young girl.
Tolson says their hope is to help people learn the rules so they don’t have to hand out parking tickets.
“It’s a very special time for me,” Street said.
The ultimate festival for food lovers is back on June 15th.
Organizers say the goal of the series is to inspire activism throughout the city.
Some high school graduates in Camden are getting a helping hand as they prepare for college, thanks to their persistence as students.
Their “Breaking Bread, Breaking Barriers” series wrapped up Monday night.
As the school year winds down, students at the Philadelphia Performing Arts String Theory School are hitting the home stretch by eating all their hard work throughout the semester, even turning it into a competition.
Monday night marks the end of an era. As Little Pete’s, a popular eatery in Philadelphia is closing shop after almost 40 years.
A woman who lost her legs in the Salvation Army building collapse four years ago is receiving a historic payout for a personal injury.
It was nearly impossible to walk out of XFINITY Live! hungry Sunday during the 7th annual Philly Burger Brawl.
Pimlico Race Course may be over 100 miles away, but the Piazza at Schmidt’s Commons in Northern Liberties had a very Preakness feel to it Saturday.
This is part of this month’s Celebration of Black Arts Festival.
“It’s a live exhibit of a teen bedroom and parents walk through the entire bedroom,” organizers explain.
After one of the largest cyber attacks ever over the weekend, an expert from Philadelphia suggests steps you can take to make sure ransomware doesn’t wipe your computer totally clean.
Citizens Bank Park plays host to the first ever All-Star Craft Beer and Wine Festival May 20th.