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.
There’s a new, interactive way to meet Santa at the Cherry Hill Mall.
The 22nd annual Turkey Trot stepped off in Chestnut Hill Thursday morning. It’s a five-mile run to raise money to feed families in need.
SEPTA spokeswoman Jerri Williams says passengers should wait until they take a seat before checking their texts and emails.
“Dreams in Transit” shows off the artwork of students in grades K-12. Each one is a small flag with the dreams of that child.
A federal judge Wednesday listened to opponents of a settlement between the NFL and the players association that would provide compensation and medical care for those who suffer from cognitive disorders resulting from head injuries.
Independence Blue Cross is giving the Philadelphia Police Department $100,000 to buy bulletproof vests.
Philadelphia’s new cigarette tax for school funding has smokers “crossing the border” to save some cash.
Those watching were in awe Saturday as three boys put on an impromptu break dancing performance.
The colorful portrait of Dr. Shawn White, an AIDS and community activist who died last year, was unveiled Saturday with the help of his friend Tariq Trotter, AKA Black Thought from The Roots.
Police in Darby Borough say a 18-year-old man is in jail and facing sexual assault and kidnapping charges for an alleged attack on a 14-year-old girl this week.
The powerful program at Bishop Eustace Prep took students through the life of young Rachel Scott as she worked to make a difference in the world through small gestures of kindness.
Reports of shots fired were first placed just before midnight. Residents at the DeKalb Apartments told 9-1-1 operators that at least 6 shots were fired.
Oil analyst Tom Kloza says the lowest prices might be ahead in November and December.
Today was the first annual Old City Festival, a day for retailers and restaurateurs to showcase the best of what they have to offer.
While two American cities have decided to remove Christopher Columbus’ name from the holiday, Philadelphia is sticking with tradition.