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.
Pope Francis is giving a symbolic nod to Palestinian aspirations for their own state by visiting the West Bank before visiting Israel.
Philadelphia police say a missing 21-year old autistic man has been found unharmed in Horsham, Montgomery County.
The Delaware County District Attorney’s office has announced the arrest of the co-owners of a construction company located in Chester Township for stealing more than a quarter of a million dollars in payroll deductions intended to cover union workers’ healthcare and pension benefits.
A 17-year veteran of the Philadelphia police force has been dismissed for numerous violations.
By Dan Wing PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A group of students made a call for full and fair funding for Philadelphia schools by staging a demonstration at the school district headquarters Monday evening. The students were [...]
Philadelphia officials held a public input meeting Monday night at the African American Museum to let the residents of the Queen’s Village neighborhood voice their opinions and concerns about renovations to a playground where the remains of 5,000 African Americans were found.
The Philadelphia Mural Arts Program and the Philadelphia Water Department announced the winner of the city’s first “Medallion and Manhole Cover Competition” on Friday afternoon. The winning design will be used on new manholes placed all across the city, and to help identify green infrastructure tools.
Today’s large group of promotions will provide the city with five new deputy chiefs, four new battalion chiefs, six new fire captains, five new fire paramedic captains, 11 fire lieutenants, and 19 fire paramedic lieutenants.
A staple of Philadelphia’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community for nearly four decades will close its doors for good in just a few weeks, after being unable to find a new buyer.
Police say a patient reported missing by Abington Hospital on Monday has been located and is safe.
Over the weekend, eight volunteers with the Red Cross of Southeastern PA helped out with the agency’s storm response in Dallas.
Even though Dallas, Texas and Philadelphia are nearly 1,500-miles apart, 8 volunteers with the South Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter of the Red Cross are on the front lines, helping out with the storm response down there.
From 2009 tp 2013, people who used mass transit to get to work were allowed to use up to $245 of pre-tax income per month to offset that cost. But at the end of 2013, the benefit was reduced by about $100 per month.
An autopsy performed Sunday ruled that the cause of death was strangulation, and the manner of death was a homicide.
At Mishkan Shalom in Manayunk, people gathered for the first ever 7th Night Seder event to put the holiday into perspective.