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 dogs were found around 8 p.m. Saturday burned to death inside a plastic container along an alley near West 6th Street.
An annual tradition at Girard College on the Friday ahead of Memorial Day Weekend helps remind the students what the holiday is all about.
Visitors learned about all they need to know about the newly enacted law in Pennsylvania.
The rain didn’t put a damper on a Preakness watch party for charity.
He died yesterday at Einstein Hospital.
From gasoline and glue to pesticide and pool chemicals, it’s all being accepted at the facility on Parkside Avenue near 48th Street.
Sen. Bob Casey Says It’s Time For Lawmakers To Step Up And Give Transit Agencies The Money They Need
U.S. Senator Bob Casey says it’s time to look ahead at the future of rail travel in America.
Some International health experts are calling for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio to be moved or postponed because of the risk.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton brought her campaign to South Jersey on Wednesday as she stumps for votes ahead of the Garden State’s primary election in June.
Franklin Institute chief astronomer Derrick Pitts says first, you must have a telescope with at least 50 power magnification. More importantly, an appropriate filter is required for the front of the telescope to protect your eyes.
Police received numerous 9-1-1 calls with reports of a woman being attacked in the street by a large pit bull.
For 13 years, the program titled CASTLE has been helping Children Achieve Success through Therapeutic Life Experiences.
Saturday is National Adopt a Shelter Dog day, and a center city restaurant hosted a Bark-B-Que to benefit the Pennsylvania SPCA.
After a particularly violent month of April in Camden, New Jersey, residents marched Saturday to take the streets back.
Shrek, Donkey and company are now property of Comcast after the Philly-based media giant makes a deal to buy DreamWorks Animation.