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.
A sizeable corporate donation from AT&T will help Congreso expand a job training program for some high school students.
Prosecutors say the video, “Heroin Kills,” tells the heartwrenching account of a mother who prays she’ll never get the call that her daughter has died of an overdose.
He says elderly residents suffering from dementia walked away from their homes in Upper Dublin and Lower Merion, and were found dead. A third person, from West Philadelphia, was taken to Lankenau Hospital suffering from hypothermia.
Joseph Mastronardo Jr. is married to the daughter of late Philadelphia mayor Frank Rizzo.
Jerry Lepping, president of the tourism agency “Visit Bucks County,” says their big push will be with social media, driving people to their web site.
The pantry, “Henry’s Cupboard,” is now a part of the Chester County SPCA, in West Chester.
The Bucks County Playhouse on Sunday will host auditions for this summer’s youth company. It’s pretty competitive — last year 100 kids turned out and only 18 were selected for the program.
The Brandywine Health Foundation is spending just over $15,000 to provide AED machines to several local police departments that cover the area in and around Coatesville and the Coatesville Area School District.
The grand jury found there was not enough evidence to support an involuntary manslaughter charge, but found that Richard Schroeter did not follow necessary precautions.
School board members insist no decisions have been made and no schools are being closed right now, but parents at Arrowhead and Audubon elementary schools aren’t buying it.
Law enforcement authorities say 35-year-old Mark Hostutler is charged with corruption of a minor and endangering the welfare of children.
Grand jury documents indicate the three would log onto a real estate web site to find homes that were in foreclosure or a part of an estate sale.
Eric Birnbaum was talking with a co-worker when a man ran up, fired a shot into the back of Birnbaum’s head, and fled.
Luke Sanderlin waived his preliminary hearing on misdemeanor charges that include filing a false report and reckless endangerment. In exchange, prosecutors will drop a felony charge.
Law enforcement authorities in Montgomery County have released surveillance video of a man they are calling a “person of interest” in connection with last week’s bomb threat at the courthouse in Norristown.