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.
Cheerleading could soon be recognized as a varsity sport by the NJSIAA after a bill supported by a Burlington County senator passes a senate committee.
Uber is helping Philadelphia residents today with their spring cleaning, while also supporting charity by picking up people’s unwanted clothing and dropping them off at various Goodwill locations across the Delaware Valley for free.
More than 17 million children in America suffer from a mental illness, and many of them are untreated, according to Valerie Oulds, a program manager with the city’s Department of Behavioral Health.
After receiving the second-ever Girl Scouts Centennial Award, the tennis legend encouraged the young ladies in the room to find their own voice.
Allentown police are investigating after a mother tossed her one-year old child into the Lehigh River on Sunday.
“It’s my first day wearing flop flops.” said Mia from West Deptford. “I’m so excited.”
While there are no credible homeland security threats relating to the vans, authorities want find these them as soon as possible.
About 3,000 high school seniors from around Philadelphia filed into Hagan Arena, at St. Joseph’s University, for the first ever “College Signing Day.”
Kennedy Health System president Joe Devine says this is the first phase of a project that will cost $200 million overall.
A La Salle junior is helping her classmates beat the stress of finals week by stretching their bodies and calming their minds.
The new Berenstain Bears book was unveiled Wednesday morning.
The Phanatic celebrated his birthday at the Phillies game on Sunday.
The green space at the corner of Allegheny and Germantown Avenues will serve as a community gathering place, and also a place to remember Keisha Williams and her kids Keiearra, Joseph and Terrance.
This process began about 16 years ago for the Pale family, from the Phillippines.
The sun shines brightly on Joe Zanghi and two of his buddies from high school as they plant new trees and tie yellow ribbons to mature ones.