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.
A Montgomery County jury has found an Upper Merion man guilty of all charges including two counts of first degree murder for killing a ten-month-old girl and her grandmother during a botched kidnapping attempt nearly two years ago.
After nearly six hours of deliberations, the jury hearing the case of an Upper Merion man charged with murdering a ten-month-old infant and her grandmother was sent home for the night.
Even under intense cross-examination from prosecutor Samantha Cauffman, Yandamuri stuck to his story that while he may have been at the crime scene, the murders were committed by two other men.
The 28-year-old man says he was forced to go the apartment at gunpoint by two men who committed the crimes.
State law currently limits the use of radar for speed enforcement to state police, but the Upper Darby police chief says expansion of that law will keep the roads in the communities safer.
Prosecutors contend that Raghu Yandamuri, 28, tried to kidnap ten-month-old Saanvi Venna and hold her for ransom to pay off his gambling debts.
Kligge told the court that she doesn’t consciously remember committing the crimes and was later diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder, (“DID”).
Several jurors in the trial of an Upper Merion man accused of murdering a ten-month-old girl and her grandmother were visibly shaken today when prosecutors showed one of their many crime scene photos.
Trooper David Kedra, 26, had been assigned to the Skippack Barracks, in Montgomery County, in January of last year.
Testimony in the trial for an Upper Merion man charged with murdering a 10-month-old infant and her grandmother is focusing on the confession he made to police.
Tollefson pleaded guilty to theft and related charges for stealing, according to prosecutors, more than $300,000 from more than 200 people.
The 30-year-old man was sentenced to 10-20 years behind bars after admitting he was responsible for the girl’s death.
“There was identification that was used that indicated that he was at the casino at least thirty times in the months preceding the murder,” prosecutor Kevin Steele notes.
The words of one of America’s greatest lyricists will be celebrated this weekend during a festival in Bucks County.
Exterminators were brought in to One Montgomery Plaza, across the street from the courthouse, on Monday and Tuesday after someone spotted a bedbug on a child’s stroller brought in by a family.