Kim Glovas has been covering breaking and developing news as a reporter for KYW Newsradio since 1984, winning honors for “Regional Affairs Council” reporting along the way.
She has been honored by a number of professional organizations including the Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters Association and the Society of Professional Journalists. She has also received a special citation from the Pennnsylvania House of Representatives for her work.
Glovas is a lifelong Pennsylvania resident. She grew up in Easton, Pa. and attended college at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She holds a BA degree in journalism.
Glovas’ career includes stints at WSAN in Allentown, WEST-AM and WLEV-FM in Easton, and WHWH/WPST in Princeton, NJ.
Kim and her husband Paul Kurtz, who also works at KYW Newsradio, have four sons and live in Holland, Pa.
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The State Commission on Investigations claims the agency is failing in its mission to protect animals.
Julie Klim says this is an absolute luxury for the agency.
SEPTA says over 50 percent of buses are hybrid buses or zero-emission vehicles.
This weekend, we revert back to Eastern Standard Time on the clock. And that may create some sleep disturbance for some people.
Tayoun was not just a Philadelphia politician, he was a character that was almost larger than life.
An arson fire over the weekend destroyed the remaining shelters for a feral cat colony at Pier 70 along the Delaware River. Now, efforts are underway to raise money to replace the shelters and add a security system to catch the perpetrator.
DA Kelley Hodge says 47 percent more people took advantage of these services this year over last.
Villanova University is opening a new institute Thursday to advance women in fields across the board, and to push for more gender equality.
Senator Booker and Congressman Raul Ruiz of California have introduced the Environmental Justice Bill.
Last Tuesday, Melissa DiBernadino of Goshen United for Public Safety, took video of Sunoco crews suctioning a liquid slurry out of the spill area on Boot Road.
New Jersey is the third largest cranberry producing state in the nation.
The CEO of Accuweather in State College has been chosen by President Trump to head NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The Philadelphia School District is encouraging family engagement as a tool to better academic achievement this month.
A half-dozen hospitals in the region have reached an agreement with Independence Blue Cross on continuing coverage.
U.S. Senator Bob Casey and U.S. Representative Brendan Boyle say they’re horrified by the carnage in Las Vegas and say it’s another sign that change is needed in this nation’s gun laws.
The Bourse on Independence Mall is undergoing major renovations, and Monday, the first retailers to occupy the space were announced.
The new travel ban is seen by critics as the old travel ban, but with some new countries added to muddy the waters.
Eboo Patel’s book “Acts of Faith” is subtitled “The Story of an American Muslim. The Struggle for the Soul of a Generation.”
Carol Tracy, executive director of the Women’s Law Project, says this new guidance will not “unring the bell.”
Admission is free Monday at The National Constitution Center. Sunday was the 230th anniversary of the day the Constitution was signed, but the celebration is continuing.
Temple, West Chester and Cabrini Universities and the Community College of Philadelphia want to help foster teens heading to college.
The Philadelphia Police Department says although the murder rate is up, shootings overall are down throughout the city.
This effort started last Saturday and Ben Steed, who co-founded the Virgin Islands Relief effort, says it will continue.
It’s the end of an era for the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Those cell phone call boxes that dot the highway are being removed.
Even though classes began last week, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia held a pep rally Monday to kick off the new school year.
Local relief organizations have already activated teams to head south for potential victims of Hurricane Irma.
The Salvation Army of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware is preparing to send volunteers to Texas to help the hurricane-weary refugees.
Drexel is doing research to find out which ticks are where, and what kind of diseases they carry.
A Temple University grad student is living the dream this summer.
Remember the three-day “NFL Draft Experience” held in Philadelphia in April? Well, the numbers on the economic impact are in.