Brad Segall is midday anchor for KYW Newsradio 1060.
A longtime presence in Philadelphia radio news, Segall served for a decade as KYW Newsradio’s suburban bureau chief.
He won the 2006 Associated Press Sandy Starobin Award for Individual Reporting, for his captivating and compelling reports from in and near his New Orleans hotel during the onslaught of 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 is named in honor of the legendary KYW Newsradio Harrisburg bureau chief, who died in 1993.
Prior to his stint as suburban bureau chief, Segall served as an anchor and general assignment reporter for Newsradio. Earlier stops along Segall’s career path included WWDB-FM, in Philadelphia, 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.
Former television sportscaster Don Tollefson wanted to take his theft and fraud case to trial because he wanted to tell his side of the story and he did just that to a Bucks County jury this Tuesday morning.
There was a lot of intrigue and back room negotiations, but in the end, former television sportscaster Don Tollefson rejected a plea deal.
If you just can’t seem to let go of the holiday spirit, you’ll want to know that this is the final weekend to go out and see some beautifully decorated trees in Bucks County.
At Spring Mountain Ski Area, in Montgomery County, they started making snow in late November, but December brought rain and warmer temperatures.
A New Year’s Day tradition that dates back more than three decades in Montgomery County is designed to be a day of fun but also to raise money for a camp for deserving children.
Gary Fellenbaum and Jillian Tate appeared in court to plead not guilty to first-degree murder and related offenses.
Police arrested 50-year-old Norman Demko of Malvern and charged him with stealing cash and gift cards left for the local trash collectors.
Iris Gibney, 42, waived her preliminary hearing and was ordered held for trial on charges that she engaged in sexual acts with the 17-year-old Pottsgrove High School student.
The grandson of famed lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II wants to buy the farm where his grandfather once lived and turn it into an education center, a 400-seat theater, and a museum.
Prosecutors say Alexandria Cogan had a blood alcohol level more than three times the legal limit when she got behind the wheel on August 19th. In the passenger seat was her husband, Stuart.
Long-time State Senator LeAnna Washington resigned from office this year after pleading guilty to a felony charge related to a political corruption investigation by the state attorney general’s office.
A Montgomery County jury delivered two death sentences to a King of Prussia man who was convicted of murdering a ten month old girl and her grandmother during what prosecutors say was a kidnapping gone bad.
Rain In The Forecast May Actually Be Good News For Annual Reenactment Of Washington Crossing The Delaware
John Godzieba, who portrays Washington, says they’ve been watching the gauges along the Delaware River for several days keeping an eye on river levels. But over the last couple of days it’s been low, so low in fact that some of the replica Durham boats have been grounded on the bottom.
A Bucks County guidance counselor who used social media to threaten to harm protesters outside an Eagles game will not face any criminal charges for her actions.
Limerick police detective Ernie Morris and his family lost their Lower Pottsgrove home earlier this month in a fire which their next-door neighbor is accused of setting.
“The DUI crimes are the most likely to see crashes where innocent people who are simply minding their own business are killed,” notes Montgomery County DA Risa Ferman.
The attorney who represents a former Delaware County cop accused of murdering his former girlfriend this week says his client had been working hard to try to straighten out his life.
Judge William Furber says Bradley Stone, accused of killing six people and himself, showed no violent tendencies during his time in the program.
State prosecutors say taxpayers werer defrauded of more than $5 million.
Tollefson, a longtime sports anchor for WPVI-TV, is accused of pocketing money that others had paid him for sports travel packages.
Kornwell Chan will spend at least another five months in the county prison. He was previously convicted of stealing a woman’s underwear and shooting “upskirt” photos in the King of Prussia Mall.
On Sunday, Main Line Reform Temple in Wynnewood will host a concert featuring contemporary, folk, jazz, classical and world music all in one place.
A Montgomery County jury awarded the estate of Ellen Gregory Robb more than $124 million in a “wrongful death” civil trial. Rafael Robb is nearing the end of his 5-10 year sentence for voluntary manslaughter.
Parents, educators, and staff have recently questioned the leadership abilities of Dr. Natalie Thomas, who took over the district 18 months ago.
Carly Stevenson, 28, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and related charges in the death of Brandon Cron.
Dan Fraley, the county’s director of veterans affairs, says it’s time to tighten up the federal “Stolen Valor” law, which makes it a crime for someone to claim, for financial gain, that they were awarded any of nearly a dozen medals or decorations.
Police say a majority of the alleged victims in this case hired Michael Dolbow III to videotape their weddings.
If you want to do some Black Friday shopping today, but don’t want the hassles of going to a large mall there’s a unique experience waiting for you in Conshohocken.
Ashley Zauflik was 17 when she was dragged under a Pennsbury school bus seven years ago, losing her leg and suffering other severe injuries.
Robert Kerns pleaded “no contest” to the misdemeanor charge, admitting no guilt but conceding that prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him had the case gone to trial.