Brad Segall is the award-winning Suburban Bureau chief at KYW Newsradio 1060 in Philadelphia.
Segall won the 2006 Associated Press Sandy Starobin Award for Individual Reporting for his captivating and compelling reports from inside his New Orleans hotel during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Segall and his wife Michele were taking their son Jeffrey to Tulane University when the storm hit. (The Sandy Starobin Award was named in honor of the legendary KYW Newsradio Harrisburg bureau chief who died in 1993.)
Earlier stops in Philadelphia included WWDB-FM, where he was a reporter and an integral part of the morning news team. He was also station manager and news director for WBUX-AM in Doylestown (Bucks County).
Segall, a Philadelphia native, is a graduate of Central High School and Temple University.
Brad and his wife and their two sons make their home in Montgomery County.
Volunteer firefighter numbers have been dwindling over the years in Bucks County, so a recruitment drive is now underway to try to get a younger generation interested in giving back to their communities.
A nearly $25,000 state grant will allow the Colonial School District to install a security control system in the district’s remaining six schools that don’t have it.
The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission has released $50,000 each for two studies looking at how to alleviate congestion at the interchange and along the Route 611 corridor.
Pennsylvania state senator LeAnna Washington has been ordered held for trial on charges that she misused her Senate offices to raise money for her campaign.
First Federal president and CEO Jeane Coyle says learning how better to manage money is a key life skill.
Anna Cordella, 64, of Norristown, says she’s a happy customer, securing what she says is an affordable policy after losing her job and then seeing her “COBRA” insurance run out.
Since 1983, the fund has provided more than $270,000 to 100 local women who overcame challenges to make a better life for themselves and their families.
Governor Tom Corbett responded, albeit briefly, to Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Kane’s recent decision to shut down an investigation into political corruption in the City of Philadelphia.
Detectives say they are now looking for a light-colored — possibly tan or gold — Chevrolet Tahoe or GMC Yukon, model year 1992-1999, with five distinctive “clearance” lights located above the windshield.
This is the second time in the last few weeks that the 45-year-old main has ruptured, spilling five million gallons of raw sewage into Valley Creek.
Two Bucks County residents are facing theft and related charges, accused of stealing 17 bronze markers from gravesites in a Bensalem cemetery and then selling those markers for scrap.
Prosecutors admit that their office misinterpreted a toxicology report that they thought indicated there was the sleep drug Ambien in the alleged victim’s system.
A Philadelphia woman is behind bars in Bucks County on $100,000 bail charged with stealing a debit card belonging to a patient at an assisted living facility and running up quite a bill.
The Democratic primary in the 13th Congressional District is expected to be hotly contested and one of the candidates is bringing in a heavy hitter next month to raise some cash.
Ronald Nolan pleaded guilty to felony charges that include theft and unauthorized use of a credit card.