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 slugger said it is about giving the kids the resources to succeed on and off the field.
With a flood of people expected to hit Center City for the Democratic National Convention, the Philadelphia Parking Authority says enforcement officers will be a little more strict on certain violations.
The seagulls in Ocean City, New Jersey are notoriously aggressive. While it’s been illegal to feed them for quite a while, police are now cracking down on the handouts.
Carrying signs and chanting their displeasure, dozens of disgruntled Local 54 employees marched outside the entrance to the hotel and casino on Saturday.
Three people have been arrested after the ATF broke up an illegal gun distribution network.
Two police officers and their K-9 companions graduated from Penn Vet’s Working Dog Center on Friday.
A nearly $3 million renovation of a historic home and garden is complete and open to visitors at Bartram’s Garden in Southwest Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Fire Department will soon begin accepting applications to fill a new training class.
Violence on the streets of Dallas hits close to home for Philadelphia Commissioner Richard Ross.
Camden and Philadelphia are sharing a $1.8 million dollar grant to improve transportation hubs.
Muslims around the world are celebrating the conclusion of the holy month of Ramadan.
An old war memorial in the Wynnefield section of Philadelphia is getting spruced up by some neighbors who hope residents take notice.
A big brawl at a church fair in Bucks County last night ended with three people being stabbed.
The US Olympic Rowing Team will be wearing state-of-the-art unisuits in Rio.
A barge in the Navy Yard is being packed with explosives ahead of this Friday’s fireworks show at Penn’s Landing.