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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A recent study suggests that today’s young adults are having less casual sex than previous generations.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau has been collecting data on which cars are stolen the most.
The ship is docked on the Delaware River, on Delaware Avenue, and has been moth-balled since 1969.
The indictment says the organization known as the “East Coast Enterprise” operated in New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Florida.
The free locks are being given as part of a new city law requiring safe storage for guns and to help promote National Night Out on Tuesday.
The buses will be on city streets next Spring.
The Folcroft, Delaware County police officer shot in the line of duty in late June got a surprise on Saturday.
An immigration forum was held this week at the National Museum of American Jewish History.
A local college professor studying the rhetoric of social protest weighs in on demonstrations during the past week.
Passes will be validated and tickets will be punched at the mezzanine level, before riders head down the stairs to the trains.
Philadelphia police were called to a home on Greene Street near Apsley just after 10:30 this morning.
Eighteen companies are presenting their best ideas for improving the election process at the University City Science Center.
Communications professor Doctor Len Shyles said the unfavorable ratings of both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have not been seen in decades.
City and health officials are prepared for whatever will happen this week, including the heat.
The University’s board of trustees announced a resolution with Theobald, accepted his resignation and announced the election of acting president Richard Englert.