Long familiar with the local scene, Dan joined the KYW staff as a part-time reporter and anchor in December 2010 after spending six years as the morning news anchor and sports director at WBCB Radio in Bucks County.
While at WBCB, Dan called the live play-by-play broadcasts of hundreds of high school sporting events on both sides of the Delaware River throughout Bucks and Mercer counties, anchored the morning newscasts, and also co-hosted or engineered a number of talk shows featuring the likes of Bill Clement, Merrill Reese, Greg “The Bull” Luzinski, and numerous current and former members of the Philadelphia Eagles and Flyers.
A lifelong resident of the Philadelphia area, Dan went to high school at Pennsbury High School in Fairless Hills, Pa., then attended Bucks County Community College before earning a degree in communications from Temple University.
You could call Dan a “four-for-four” guy since he’s a fan of all four of the city’s professional sports teams. But, he says, Eagles football always comes first.
Feel free to tweet Dan(@dwingKYW), a self-described fantasy football expert, with any Fantasy Football questions during the season.
This was the first year of the Women Working for Change program, which is run by the group Mothers in Charge. Dorothy Johnson-Speight is MIC’s founder and executive director, and says the program provides on-the-job training.
About 20 people gathered on the Einstein Medical Center campus, just yards away from the spot where 15-year-old Aisha Abdur-Rahman collapsed and died.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter announced Monday that he’ll be teaming up with the Mayors of Los Angeles and Houston to start a mayor-to-mayor, city-to-city outreach effort to bring more cities on board with low carbon solutions to raise sustainability in changing climates.
Thousands made their way to Parx Casino in Bensalem Saturday evening to watch the 35th running of the Pennsylvania Derby.
Authorities in Atlantic County say a 51-year-old Egg Harbor Township man is headed to jail for brutally beating a dog to death earlier this year.
Tony Auth — A Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist who worked for the Philadelphia Inquirer for more than 40 years — has died.
New Jersey’s Acting Attorney General has released an indictment charging 42 people with first-degree racketeering as part of a violent drug ring that was brought down in November of last year after 20 years of running some of the most lucrative drug markets in Camden.
Authorities in Gloucester County say a 24-year old man from Runnemede, NJ is being charged in connection with a fatal hit-and-run crash Sunday night.
Archbishop Charles Chaput took part in mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Center City Sunday night.
It looks as if cleanup will finish on schedule, with roads expected to reopen by 6 a.m. Tuesday.
By all accounts, the first day of this year’s Made in America festival was huge hit. But people at Saturday’s party did have some advice for people heading out to Sunday’s concert.
The sweethearts of the summer will be honored with a parade kicking off a 2 p.m. on Wednesday.
KYW’s Dan Wing spoke with a Villanova psychology professor, who believes it was likely the result of what’s known as the “bystander effect.”
The Taney Dragons will play their second game in this year’s Little League World Series tonight.
Surrounded by monolithic grave markers, and well removed from the sounds of the city, a class of nine students stretched out on mats under a beautiful blue sky.