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Justin Udo

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Justin Udo is a reporter and editor at KYW Newsradio 1060.

Justin got his start in radio as an intern at his hometown CBS station, KDKA in Pittsburgh.  He first came on board KYW in 2009, working as a desk assistant, service aide, and reporter for “Hear Philly.”

In 2011, Justin took a position at Federal News Radio, in Washington, DC, where he worked as a producer for “In Depth” with Francis Rose.   That job entailed covering the business of federal government, handling topics ranging from federal contracts to cyber-security issues.

In 2012, Justin came back to the CBS family, working as an editor for WNEW Radio in Washington, DC.   He also helped start up the CBS Federal News service gov.biz radio, where he worked as a reporter, editor, and midday anchor.

Justin is from Pittsburgh, Pa.  He is a 2007 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a 2008 graduate of Syracuse University’s  SI Newhouse School of Communications, where he concentrated in broadcast journalism.

In his spare time Justin enjoys running, watching cartoons, and  designing his own comic strips.


(Area leaders gather at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to endorse "Pre-K For PA."  Photo by Justin Udo)

Area Leaders Urge Universal Pre-Kindergarten For Pennsylvania Kids

The statewide program is dubbed “Pre-K for PA: All Children Ready To Succeed.”


A Montgomery County man was killed when a bus operating between Philadelphia and New York crashed March 14, 2011 along the NJ Turnpike. (credit: CBS New York)

Charter Bus Companies Face New Federal Safety Regulations

A federal agency is issuing regulations aimed at making it easier for the government to shut down bus and truck companies with a pattern of safety problems.


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New Debit Card Aims To Teach Teens Financial Responsibility

There’s a new kind of prepaid debit card on the market that’s targeting kids and families, and the vendor says its primary purpose is to help make youngsters more fiscally responsible.


(An African bullfrog, part of the new frog exhibit at Adventure Aquarium in Camden.  Photo by Justin Udo)

New Frog Exhibit Leaps Into Camden’s Aquarium

Called “Frogs: Nature’s Messenger,” the exhibit gives an up-close-and-personal view of more than 20 different species of frogs and toads.


Mayor Nutter with business owners as they graduate Goldman Sachs 10k small businesses program. (Credit: Justin Udo)

Area Businesses Get Helping Hand From Major Corporation

More than two dozen local businesses are graduating from a Goldman Sachs program designed to help them raise their profit and make more local hires.


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Local Expert Looks At Legacy Of Former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon

Edward Turzanski, a political science professor at La Salle University, says Ariel Sharon will be remembered for two major decisions he made during his time in office.


(Photo illustration by Ed Fischer)

Calorie Count Displays Coming To Vending Machines in U.S.

Under the Affordable Health Care Act, vending machine companies are being required to display the calorie information about their products for the consumer to see.


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Eagles Fans Weigh In On Must Win Matchup Against Cowboys

The Eagles are in Dallas tonight for a “win or go home” NFC East championship matchup against the Cowboys — and fans in South Philadelphia are weighing in on the game.


(Military veterans and volunteers share a hot chocolate toast at Philadelphia Veterans Comfort House, in West Philadelphia. Credit: Justin Udo)

West Philly Agency Brightens Christmas Day For Hundreds of Local Veterans

The Philadelphia Veterans Comfort House has a daylong Christmas celebration for residents of its shelter and other military vets who are down on their luck.


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AAA Mid-Atlantic Anticipates Cheaper Gas Prices In 2014

Gas prices in our region are about the same as they were this time last year, but AAA Mid-Atlantic says — in 2014– you can expect to see some big changes at pump.


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Police: Student Robbed Inside Kensington School

A high school was placed on lockdown Friday afternoon after a student was robbed by another student.


(A Philadelphia Water Department employee works in the latest sink hole to open up on North Randolph Street.   Photo by Justin Udo)

Huge Sinkhole Devours Part of a Northern Liberties Street

The sinkhole nearly devoured a pickup truck and had neighbors pointing fingers at the Philadelphia Water Department.


PHL was busy Sunday, but things ran rather smoothly. (Credit: Justin Udo)

Few Problems At PHL As Travelers Wrap Up Thanksgiving Weekend

Many of the people at Philadelphia International who spoke to KYW Newsradio Sunday say things were not very complicated at all


Cacia's Bakery in Philadelphia (Credit: CBS3)

Turkeys Take Over The Ovens At South Philly Bakery

One of the unique things about Thanksgiving in Philadelphia is Cacia’s Bakery — a very special place that cooks turkey’s for anyone that brings one in.


Ed Turzanski in file photo (credit: CBS)

Local Foreign Policy Expert Weighs In On Iran Nuclear Arms Deal

It’s not just outspoken Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who thinks the Iran nuclear program agreement is bad. A local foreign policy expert says many of the other Gulf Arab country leaders are unhappy with this deal.