Lynne Adkins

If you’ve listened to radio in the Delaware Valley, the odds are pretty good that you’ve heard Lynne Adkins. Lynne is a reporter and anchor for KYW Newsradio.

Although she’s been a member of the KYW Newsradio family for more than two decades, her voice has also been heard on radio stations WMGK, WPEN, WFIL, WIP (where she was both assistant news director and a talk show host), WHYY-FM, WCOJ in Coatesville, WBUX in Levittown, Pa., and on country station WXTU, where she was news director.

Lynne Adkins grew up in the Delaware Valley and graduated from Temple University with a degree in radio, television, and film.

Local Utility Company Uses Drones To Keep An Eye On Its Infrastructure

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Uncontrollable Asthma? It Might Be Something Else

If someone in your family has asthma that you just can’t control, there could be another issue to blame.


Think Twice Before Co-Signing That Loan

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Wistar Institute Female Scientist Team Receives Grant

A team of female scientists has received a $900,000 grant to further its melanoma research.


Tips To Keep You Safe From The Summer Sun

Skin cancer is the number one malignancy, but you can take action to protect yourself.


Are You Saving Enough For Retirement? Most Aren’t.

Do you have enough funds to retire comfortably? Most of us don’t, according to a new survey.


A Way To Pay Certain College Expenses

Saving for college can be tricky if you don’t follow the rules.


TSA Precheck Enrollment Has Taken Off

As the TSA security lines continue to snake for hours in some U.S. airports, the number of people trying to avoid the hassle has doubled.


New Jersey Primary Election Voting Registration Deadline Nears

You can still register to vote in the upcoming New Jersey primary, but you have to do so by the end of Tuesday.


Black Bear On The Loose In Fairmount Park

A fisherman down stream from Valley Green Inn was shocked to see a black bear lumbering through the woods.


How Your Credit Score Can Influence Your Love Life

Bad credit score can hurt your chances in the dating world.


Two Philadelphia Companies Fined For Minimum Wage Violations

Stanley Creations and Asendia have agreed to pay more than $760,000 to hundreds of minimum wages workers who were not paid the correct amount.


Widener University To Inaugurate School’s First Female President

Fifty-six-year-old Dr. Julie Wollman grew up in Philadelphia and is excited to be back in the area — now as the first female president of Widener University.


South Jersey Hospital Offers Quicker Alternative To MRI

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Public To Get Rare Look Inside New Mormon Temple In Philadelphia

A new Mormon temple will soon open in Philadelphia and the public is invited to take a tour this summer.


Fires Involving Home Medical Oxygen Units On The Rise

Oxygen units in the home have become more commonplace. And now, a danger associated with the treatment is growing.


Early Intervention Key To Helping Children With Developmental Disabilities

If you think your child or grandchild is developmentally delayed, speak up and seek help.


Gorilla Baby Expected At Philadelphia Zoo In Early Fall

The Gorilla family in Philadelphia is growing, Honi, a 21-year-old western lowland gorilla, is pregnant.


This Year’s Tax Deadline Has Been Extended

April 15th is normally the day your taxes are due. But good news, you can procrastinate a bit longer.


Local Hospital Offers Help To Cardiac Patients Unable To Get Powerful Diagnostic Test

A local hospital is now using a device that will keep cardiac patients alive and allow them to get a diagnostic test they may need in the future.


Dozens Of Medical Schools Join Fight Against Opioid Addiction

Opioid addiction is a big problem that has been growing across the country. National efforts are underway to battle the issue. Even medical schools are joining the attack.


Flights From Philly To Brussels Resume In Summer, With Changes

American Airlines flights from Philadelphia to Brussels, Belgium will resume in June.


PA Turnpike Improvements To Be Made In Wake Of January Snowstorm

A January snowstorm stranded more than 500 vehicles on the Pennsylvania Turnpike for hours, and now a review team is recommending improvements.


Villanova University Security On Alert Tonight As Team Goes For National Title

Villanova University and Radnor Township Police are working hand in hand to keep revelers safe.


Doctors Promote Safe Sex Following Zika Virus Outbreak

The U.S. centers for disease control are urging men to practice safe sex if they’ve been travelling to areas where Zika virus is spreading.


Millennials Saving More Money Than Most, Study Finds

Nearly a quarter of all working Americans save nothing from their paychecks. But millennials are doing well fattening up the bank account, according to a new study.


Temple Hospital, Holy Redeemer Team Up To Give Patients Advanced Care Closer To Home

Temple Hospital in Philadelphia is teaming up with Holy Redeemer in Montgomery County to offer neurosurgery and neurology services.


New Survey Finds Drastic Increase In Medication-Related Poisoning In Children

According to a new survey, 59,000 children end up in emergency rooms each year as a result of medication poisoning.


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