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.
A South Jersey teenager is showing those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and their families she cares.
It was a somber service in South Jersey to mark Memorial Day at the Gloucester County Veterans Memorial Cemetery.
“Beyond School Walls” is different from most Big Brothers-Big Sister programs because it works with highschool-aged students instead of young kids.
The suspects in the shooting death of Philadelphia police officer Robert Wilson III waived their right to a preliminary hearing.
The vision is the same for all candidates. Anthony Williams, Lynne Abraham and Jim Kenney all want safer streets, better schools, and a thriving economy.
The event draws thousands from throughout the region every year.
The ATF and U.S. Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia announced the arrest of 12 people and they’re seeking four more in connection with an 18 month crime spree from 2012 to 2014.
White tents surround the square, each one with unique, handmade crafts for sale. Sharon from Merion is impressed with the selection.
Cheerleading could soon be recognized as a varsity sport by the NJSIAA after a bill supported by a Burlington County senator passes a senate committee.
Uber is helping Philadelphia residents today with their spring cleaning, while also supporting charity by picking up people’s unwanted clothing and dropping them off at various Goodwill locations across the Delaware Valley for free.
More than 17 million children in America suffer from a mental illness, and many of them are untreated, according to Valerie Oulds, a program manager with the city’s Department of Behavioral Health.
After receiving the second-ever Girl Scouts Centennial Award, the tennis legend encouraged the young ladies in the room to find their own voice.
Allentown police are investigating after a mother tossed her one-year old child into the Lehigh River on Sunday.
“It’s my first day wearing flop flops.” said Mia from West Deptford. “I’m so excited.”
While there are no credible homeland security threats relating to the vans, authorities want find these them as soon as possible.