Mike is a general assignment reporter and editor for KYW Newsradio 1060.
His career at 1060 began as a desk assistant in January ’07. A short nine months later, he was promoted to AM Drive writer while still studying broadcast journalism at Temple University.
He currently resides in South Jersey.
One person was killed in a hit-and-run on Route 73 in Maple Shade early Friday morning.
Navigating adolescence to adulthood is hard enough. Factor in growing up in poverty with parents who aren’t always there, and boys in Philadelphia can feel like the deck is stacked against them.
New gaming regulations means the end of casino access cards at Valley Forge Casino.
There’s one book staff members at the Free Library of Philadelphia thinks you should read.
More than 100,000 kids in the region will go through the winter without a warm coat.
There have been a handful of assaults along the Schuylkill River Trail in the past couple of years. City officials are working to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
A good portion of the student body at LEAP Academy Charter School has ties to Puerto Rico.
Keeping active means staying healthy for senior citizens. About 500 showed up for the Senior Strut along Boathouse Row Friday morning.
About 70 students from Baldi Middle School spent their morning Wednesday on the pitch, playing games and doing drills led by Philadelphia Union staff members.
Lawmakers in Chicago have voted 15-2 to repeal a sweetened beverage tax after only two months in action. KYW’s Mike Dougherty spoke with Mayor Jim Kenney about the prospects of that happening in Philly.
The US Men’s National Team lost a World Cup qualifiying game to Trinidad and Tobago. It’s a big setback for American soccer.
Lawyers at the Criminal Justice Center Friday morning took a ceremonial knee and raised a fist to bring attention to what they believe is inequity in the legal system.
A suburban Philadelphia company that trims trees around power lines throughout the United States will pay a record fine after pleading guilty in a scheme to employ people in the country illegally.
The Philadelphia Fire Department has been awarded a federal grant to better train firefighters on how to get themselves out of deadly situations.
SEPTA says service has resumed through Center City stations after being shut down due to an emergency evacuation.
The inaugural 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb is an effort to raise money for families of the injured and fallen heroes.
While it’s technically still summer, the Philadelphia Horticultural Society is already ramping up excitement for one of the most anticipated exhibitions of 2018.
Camden might soon be housing one of the most sought after companies in the world.
From computers and iPads, to virtual reality headsets and 3-D printers, the money raised by individual teachers on DonorsChoose.org is giving students the tools to compete.
Students and staff at Mastery Charter’s Pickett Campus have raised some money to help an 11th grader who is battling cancer.
Police in Bucks County say it’s a miracle nobody was hurt when man began firing shotgun shots at a trailer park Tuesday morning.
Already mired in a financial fiasco, Puerto Rico was in trouble before Irma’s arrival.
Protesters around the country have taken to the streets to fight for DACA.
At the Andre Richard Salon, stylists are primping with a purpose.
With many colleges in Pennsylvania already in session for the fall semester, Attorney General Josh Shapiro is canvasing the state to talk about campus safety and sexual assault.
A Philadelphia restaurateur who is no stranger to disaster is asking fellow chefs to step up and help restaurant owners impacted by Harvey in Texas.
The Arena Bowl Champions returned to the Courtyard at City Hall to celebrate their second title is as many years with their loyal fans.
It was a very special day at the Philadelphia Zoo as visitors and staff members celebrated the first birthday of an adorable ape.
In North Philadelphia on Wednesday, more than 6,000 students were moving into dorms and apartments on Temple University’s main campus.
There are few places better prepared for an eclipse watch party than the Franklin Institute.