Mike Dougherty

Mike DoughertyMike 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.

Mike is always looking for a good story idea. If you have one, please send it to dougherty@kyw.com or Twitter @MicDougherty

The first ever Cristo Rey graduating class. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)

All Seniors At Unique Philly High School Get Accepted To 4 Year College

The privately funded Catholic school for underprivileged children is just four years old, and this is the first ever graduating class.

01/15/2016

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Man Critically Injured In North Philly Hit-Run

Police say the 45-year-old victim was found unconscious at 5th Street and Hunting Park Avenue.

01/15/2016

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Donations Help Local Music Students Keep On Rockin’

Two non-profits teamed up to provide instruments for the music program at the Ben Franklin Learning Center in Philadelphia.

01/14/2016

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Eagles Fans Look Ahead, Leaving a Disappointing Season In The Past

It seems like change is the only constant for Eagles fans. This season began with optimism with Chip Kelly, but his inability to adapt set the team back and the search for a new coach has already begun.

01/03/2016

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Many Aim For Healthy New Year, But Won’t Admit To Resolutions

New year, new me, right? Not quite.

01/02/2016

The last day of Christmas Village 2015. (Credit: Mike Dougherty)

Christmas Village Closes For Season After Unseasonably Warm Month

Merchants saying the warm weather this year was good for business.

12/28/2015

Josh Leone looks over his list while volunteers organize the meals for pickup. (Photo Credit: KYW Mike Dougherty

Volunteers In Consohocken Collect Christmas Dinners For Needy Families

This time of year is especially taxing on food pantries, so Josh Leone and his team of volunteers pulled together more than 500 meals for the Consohocken Free Christmas Dinner. Leone started this because he wanted to be productive and give something back on his day off.

12/25/2015

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Family Hopes Billboard Helps Lead To An Arrest 1 Year After Deadly Hit-Run

One year after the accident, Anna Pozzi is still seeking justice for her daughter. She hopes the billboard rattles somebody’s memory.

12/23/2015

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Thousands Dress For Annual Ugly Sweater Run In Fairmount Park

More than 5,000 people bundled up and gathered at the Please Touch Museum for the 5th annual Ugly Sweater Run in Philadelphia.

12/19/2015

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Retailers Ready For Crowds Of Last-Minute Super Saturday Shoppers

Retailers are hoping to cash in on the procrastination of many on the final Saturday before Christmas.

12/19/2015

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DNC Committee Kicks Off Community Service Campaign At Phila. Boys And Girls Club

The Democratic National Convention isn’t until July 2016, but volunteers are already making an impact in Philadelphia.

12/17/2015

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Uber Black, Taxi Drivers Clog Center City To Protest Uber, Lyft

Cabbies piled on to prove a point, and it created a traffic nightmare in Center City.

12/16/2015

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School Officials In Camden Spread The Word About District’s First Education Enrollment Fair Next Year

They have also simplified the application process, which used to be confusing with nine different deadlines.

12/16/2015

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After More Than 40 Years, Germantown Crossing Guard Retires

It’s the end of an era in Germantown as a crossing guard retires after more than 40 years on the job.

12/10/2015

The Margate shoreline (Credit: NJ DEP)

A Judge Rules In Favor Of The City Of Margate; Preventing New Jersey From Building Dunes

Governor Chris Christie wants to erect a protective dune the entire length of New Jersey, all 127 miles, but this ruling by an Atlantic County Superior Court judge prevents the project from moving forward.

12/09/2015

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