Hadas Kuznits has been as a news writer/reporter for KYW Newsradio since September 2002, and has traveled the city — and the world — while covering stories for Newsradio.
She is also the host of KYW’s series “What’s Cooking on 1060!” — covering stories related to food, restaurants, and dining out in and around Philadelphia.
In May 2008, Kuznits reported from the Middle East during the 60th anniversary of the State of Israel, providing on-air reports, photos, and video blogs.
And in August of that year, she was in Denver, Colo., to cover the Democratic National Convention and the historic nomination of Barack Obama for president, where she once again provided on-air reports, photos, and more video blogs.
Kuznits is a graduate of Temple University’s school of communications. She began her broadcasting career as an afternoon reporter and anchor at WZOE in Princeton, Ill., where she picked up a Silver Dome award for feature reporting.
Two years later, she moved to WTTN in Watertown, Wisc., where she anchored news, reported, and hosted an afternoon community talk program.
Before entering Temple University, Kuznits spent two years in the Israeli army, where she served as an instructor. She also spent some time traveling and working as a tour guide in Europe and Israel.
She grew up in Montgomery County, Pa. and graduated from Akiba Hebrew Academy in Lower Merion.
Hadas loves to dance, and in her free time she teaches hip-hop and weight-lifting classes in center city. She also teaches occasional classes in broadcasting as an adjunct professor at Temple University.
Hadas and her huband Daniel Reinherz are the proud parents of their first child (born 2/26/2013), Geffen Julius Reinherz!
The 3rd annual Invisible River Festival took place along the Kelly Drive Saturday.
Folks at a local senior living facility hold a beauty pageant to celebrate the beauty of their residents.
As tomato season draws to an end, what do you do with your surplus?
“Our goal in the end is for Senator Pat Toomey to support America’s clean power plant,” says Trisha Sheehan with Mom’s Clean Air Force.
Feastival co-host Audrey Claire Taichman Friedberg says in one day, they will most likely raise $500,000 for next year’s Fringe Arts festival.
Bud & Marilyn’s co-owner Marcie Turney says the newest restaurant at 13th and Locust is a tribute to her grandparents who for years owned a restaurant in Ripon, Wisconsin.
A new Target store is being constructed along Chestnut Street between 11th and 12th Streets — and that has folks who live in the area pretty excited.
Some young professionals looking to make life easier are turning to a trend that’s slowly becoming known as “uniforming.”
Justin Harrison, a volunteer organizer with the group “15 Now” says with the current minimum wage, it’s virtually impossible to make ends meet.
Habitat for Humanity held a “builders blitz” at the 1900 block of Turner Street.
Free mammograms and speakers about breast health were some of the highlights Wednesday at the sixth annual BreastFest in Germantown.
Nine-year-old Reagan Gaukler was one of dozens of child storytellers who entered this year’s Once Upon A Nation Future Storytellers Contest.
The former Marathon Grill farm in Brewerytown is is one of many plots of land in Philadelphia being taken over by the city’s department of parks and recreation.
Sarah Levitsky, marketing and event manager at Reading Terminal Market, says the merchants first opened shop here in 1980.
Over 250 volunteers spent the morning stuffing backpacks at Lincoln Financial Field.