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 Ontario Street lobby and courtyard will be transformed into a medical carnival of sorts for Temple University Hospital’s Health Fest.
People of Atlantic City are boiling mad about the prospect of the city’s Municipal Utility Authority being sold.
The Rock-n-Roll Half Marathon is a run with more fun than a typical race.
As automakers produce more alternative fuel vehicles, many consumers have questions about how things work.
A 22-year-old man was shot and killed last night in the city’s Strawberry Mansion section.
Plans to expand in Philadelphia were also revealed.
“I was set up by some young people that I sent to the store, gave a few dollars.”
The Philadelphia Children’s Alliance has renewed partnerships with several agencies in the city to make life as easy as possible for child victims of sexual abuse.
Police say two men had just taken money out of an ATM at 4th and Wyoming when someone pulled a gun on them.
Kids knocked down the lego brick wall at Legoland Discovery Center Philadelphia, officially opening the newest attraction inside the Plymouth Meeting Mall.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Axalta Coating Systems invited this year’s All-Pro Teacher of the Year and some of his students to show off their engineering prowess Wednesday at Lincoln Financial Field.
April is Autism Awareness month, and the 76ers invited some special guests to the game last night.
A massive overhaul of the Philadelphia Museum of Art has begun, and the nearly $200-million dollar project will take about three years to complete.
Governor Tom Wolf dropped by the University of Pennsylvania Wednesday to talk with entrepreneurs and to highlight the importance of tech innovation for the state’s economy.
A few dozen people gathered at St. Maron’s Maronite Church in South Philadelphia last night to learn more about the struggles and violence faced by Christians in the Middle East.
A Texas based non-profit that provides low-cost, preventative vet care has opened a facility in the Philadelphia’s Lawncrest neighborhood.
In Marlton today, 15 people from 11 countries became naturalized American citizens.
The news of Berry’s passing was hard to take for Philadelphia DJ legend Jerry Blavat, who says Berry was truly one of a kind.
It happened on the 3400 block of West Westmoreland Street in North Philadelphia.
One group dropped by the CBS Broadcast Center this morning to spread Celtic Cheer.
A national event are seeking people to host informal meetings between citizens who want to talk about ways to improve their communities.
Executive director Paul Meyer says social media is good for gardens.
SEPTA marches forward with the expanded, and much anticipated roll out of the transit agency’s high tech payment collection system.
The crowded race to replace disgraced former Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams just got a little more crowded.
Law enforcement officials in Delaware County are trying to help people who have fallen into the hole of heroin addiction by giving first time offenders a second chance.
The streets of Gloucester City, Camden County were lined with thousands people Sunday watching the town’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
It was a big surprise…
Substance abuse and addiction have been at the forefront of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s agenda for a while.
Called “Mercury Rising,” the discount at Blue Mountain is based on the day’s forecasted high temperature.
“We open on April 6th. A 33,000 square foot attraction inside the Plymouth Meeting Mall.”