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.
The Sunday after Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the most heavily traveled days of the year. But for many at Philadelphia International Airport it was smooth sailing.
The exhibit will be on display until New Year’s Eve.
Two grocery bags containing all of the necessary items for a Thanksgiving feast will be delivered to each family.
Ann Skerski’s husband Gary was killed in 2006. She says this is a difficult time of year for the families.
Penn State University has announced plans to add dormitories to the Abington and Brandywine satellite campuses.
Saturday got underway with the Rothman 8k. It’s was nearly five-mile jaunt through the Art Museum area on a brisk but sunny morning.
Marwan Kreidie, Executive Director of the Philadelphia Arab-American Development Corporation, says the terrorists are driving a wedge between the United States and countries in the Middle East.
“This is an ideology that needs to be stamped out,” says Malcolm Nance, a Philadelphia native who spent more than 30 years as a counter-terrorism expert for the military.
Philadelphia native Richard Ross was Commissioner Ramsey’s main man as deputy commissioner, and Ross says he has plans to expand on some of the programs the two worked on together.
A Veteran’s Day ceremony was held in Old City Wednesday at the Korean War Memorial.
Authorities say the man, 34-year-old Lloyd Wayne Franklin, was killed by a self inflicted gunshot wound.
Villanova University is buzzing this weekend as the 27th annual Special Olympics Fall Festival returns, bringing more than 1,500 athletes and coaches to campus.
The energy provider presented the school with the big check for its participation in the Smart Ideas program.
The Salvation Army kicked off red kettle season in Center City Thursday afternoon.
Governor Wolf says he’s committed to getting the most out of the port, and the state is prepared to make significant investments going forward, which includes the development of Southport Marine Terminal at the Navy Yard.