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.
Bensalem public safety director Fred Harran says he’s been in touch with Parx executives about how to deal with the 30,000 people expected here to watch the Kentucky Derby winner run on Saturday.
he process of picking a jury for the trial of an Upper Merion man accused of murdering a 10-month old infant and her grandmother in their King of Prussia apartment nearly two years ago continues moving slowly in Montgomery County.
Bridgett Szychulski of Philadelphia faces charges that include statutory sexual assault and indecent aggravated assault.
Jury selection is scheduled Tuesday in the trial of a suburban Philadelphia man accused of having killed a baby and her grandmother in a botched kidnapping plot.
The task force — made up of representatives from law enforcement, social services, education, and the community — is charged with coming up with solutions, short-term and long-term, to address the problems.
David St. Onge Jr. didn’t kill his grandfather, but he did tell the judge that he agreed to help his father dispose of the body and cover up the evidence.
To help mark National Suicide Prevention Week, Septa is now installing signs at the boarding areas of the Norristown Transportation Center, advertising the number for a suicide prevention hotline.
David St. Onge Jr. was also charged with theft and related offenses for allegedly using the victim’s credit cards.
Lynsay Fox says she’s filing the lawsuit to prevent other families from being faced with this kind of tragedy.
Drivers can expect delays and detours as construction crews begin a repair and resurface project on a nearly six mile stretch of Route 232 between Route 413 in Wrightstown and River Road in New Hope.
Sheriff Russell Bono says at least one victim has reported a loss of $600.
The county commissioners have given the go-ahead for the contract to begin demolition work and make way for a new bridge.
State prosecutors say Douglass Township supervisor Fred Ziegler is facing several misdemeanor counts and several felonies.
There will be a forum in Montgomery County tonight to give the public a chance to learn more about the potential legalization of marijuana for medical reasons in Pennsylvania.
Students have been getting counseling at the school, but doctors say the reality sets in when they turn out to pay their final respects.