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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First District city councilman Mark Squilla penned the open letter to all residents in states that recently passed so-called “religious freedom” laws, which critics say may invite discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Two Philadelphia have been indicted for defrauding the national food stamp program of more than $1 million.
The fire department says a rogue employee sold patient information to a theft ring in 2012, but the theft did not come to light until February of this year.
Camden Mayor Dana Redd is actively seeking teenagers and adults to fill positions in food service, and as site aides, supervisors and life guards.
Tredyffrin Township police arrested 34-year-old Max Lamping, of Abrams Court in Wayne, Pa., this morning.
If you plan to do some spring cleaning this weekend, there is a local charity that wants your old shoes.
Marple Township police say the operation is known all over the East Coast as the “Felony Lane Gang.”
Th director of the Marine Mammal Stranding Center says that for the most part, these seals are not in trouble. But they could be dangerous if provoked.
Two Philadelphia firefighters were rushed to the hospital Monday morning after a ladder came in contact with a power line and they were shocked.
Naib, who was reported missing last Wednesday, was found dead Sunday evening near a creek on his family’s property.
About fifty organizations are calling on state lawmakers to support an increase in the minimum wage, says John Dodds, head of the Philadelphia Unemployment Project.
The cleanup actually began on March 1 and continues through the end of May, and anyone can take part.
Some parents are lucky, with a spouse who is available for sudden babysitting duty. Others have to scramble, especially when the school makes a last-minute decision.
The Supreme Court ruled last week that tour guides in New Orleans have to be licensed to lead tours. A similar situation in Philadelphia several years ago resulted in the tour guides certifying themselves.
Teresa Nance, assistant vice president of Multicultural Affairs is one of those spearheading the trip.